Heating

Home heating costs can be a drain on your bank account.

The good news is that today’s furnaces are more efficient than ever, and replacing an older furnace with a more energy-efficient model could more than pay for itself over time in lower fuel costs.

logo_carrierAs a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer Pyramid offers a wide variety of systems to fit your comfort needs.

Let Pyramid’s expert comfort consultants help you determine which option best suits your needs.

Furnaces

Furnace

Furnace size matters. If your furnace is too small, it won’t keep your house comfortable during cold weather. If it’s too large, it will cycle on and off more frequently which can cause wear and tear on the components, wasted energy, and might cause uncomfortable variations in temperature.

Pyramid will take the time to properly size and calculate your home heating needs and install your equipment properly taking no short cuts. Ever. Common reasons for service calls can be related to inadequate maintenance and improper installation more often than defective equipment.

Heat Pump

Heat Pump

Thinking of installing or paring a heat pump with a high-efficiency furnace? You might be surprised by just how much mileage, not to mention cost-saving efficiency, you’ll get from a heat pump in the spring, fall, and winter months. A heat pump runs on electricity and draws heat from the external air or from the ground, transferring warm air to cool air, and vice versa.

Boilers

Boiler

Boilers heat water that is transferred to radiators, baseboard heaters or radiant floor systems throughout the home, thus providing heat circulation within a room. Replacing an old inefficient boiler with a new, high-efficiency unit can reduce energy costs.

Ductless Mini-Splits

DuctLess

Ductless, mini split-systems have numerous potential for your home, room additions, hot or cold rooms, basements, or small apartments, where extending or installing ductwork is not feasible.

Since mini splits have no ducts, they avoid the energy losses associated with ductwork of central forced air systems. Duct losses can account for more than 30% of energy consumption.

Mini splits can be suspended from a ceiling, mounted flush into a drop ceiling, or hung on a wall.