TemperaturePro® IS your locally owned heating system repair and installation specialists.
Just a Touch of History
Most people rely on some type of heating system to keep their homes and business comfortable in the cold months of winter; unfortunately, most don't know how these marvels of modern technology work.
Forced air central heating systems as their name implies, uses fans to "force" air into the inhabited spaces. The forced air heating system was first introduced around 1935 as a system that utilized coal to generate heat. Shortly after its introduction, later these systems were upgraded to burn oil and gas as the heat generating medium.
How Heating Systems Works
In more contemporary forced air heating systems, natural gas is burned to produce warm air that is distributed throughout the structure via plenums, ductwork and vents. A closer look at the components within the heating unit will allow for a better understanding of the system's operation.
When the thermostat reaches a certain present temperature it will switch the heating system on by opening an electronic valve allowing natural gas to flow into the Gas Burner assembly from the Natural Gas Pipe. If the system utilizes a pilot-less ignition, a piezoelectric element will emit a spark and the gas will ignite and burn. The Induced Draft Fan is switched on and draws air through the gas burner and combustion chamber. After passing through the gas burner, the surplus gasses are pushed by the Induced Draft Fan to the outside of the structure by way of the vent pipe that passes through the structure's roof.
The heat generated by the Gas Burner is pushed into the Heat Exchanger where the Circulating Fan pushes cool air that becomes heated by the Exchanger through the ductwork and vents. The Circulating Fan is what "forces" the air into the structure and surplus structure air returns to the heating unit by way of a filter which removes contaminates from this air.
Ask your local TemperaturePro® heating and air conditioning specialists about air purifying systems that are available that can be attached to your indoor unit that will further purify the ambient air.
Why You Need TemperaturePro®
As you can see, your heating system can be pretty complicated. Trying to fix these complex systems yourself could cost you even more if something unforeseen goes wrong. Enter your friendly neighborhood TemperaturePro®.
If you live in one of the warmer southern states, heating is far less of a concern than if you live in the northern part of the country. Lack of proper heating in excessively cold environments, can lead to health problems for the young and old alike. Keeping your heating system in tip-top shape will ensure that it is there when you need it. The TemperaturePro® Total Comfort Plan is one way to ensure that your system continues to work when you need it.
In the unfortunate event that your heating system fails, call TemperaturePro® today for quick and expert repair service. Your local TemperaturePro® heating and air conditioning experts stock a wide range of parts and are well trained at all heating system repair procedures. Each TemperaturePro® location prides themselves on their ability to get your system running again even in the coldest environments.
TemperaturePro® Heating System Replacement
If your heating system is just too old or too costly to be repaired, it may be time for a new one. Don't despair, TemperaturePro® offers a wide range of replacement systems that are very cost effective. In fact, most TemperaturePro® locations even offer financing and rebates for system replacement to help take the sting out of a new system.
TemperaturePro® Is There When & Where You Need Us
TemperaturePro® can handle just about any heating system need whether it's repair or replacement. We're here when you need us. When you call TemperaturePro®, help will be on the way because we are your Pros in the heating and air conditioning business. So pick up that phone and call TemperaturePro® TODAY, you'll be glad that you did.