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Do you need a new heating system?

There are many different options. Upgrading your heating system can help lower your energy costs and also expels less chemicals and pollutants into the atmosphere.


Furnaces have become much more energy efficient over the years.

  • Equipment should always be sized correctly and maintained properly. At Impact Heating and Air, LLC, we make sure to thoroughly size your home so the equipment you receive will work as best as possible for your home.


  • There are several different types of furnaces: high efficient, single-stage, 2-stage, modulating, single-stage fan and variable-speed fan with E.C.M. motor (electronically commutated motor). We are here to help you decide which will be the best choice for your home.

  • It consumes fuel that powers it (gas or oil), and as this fuel is burned, heat is created in the furnace and is forced into the duct system. The heated air gets released into your home through registers.

  • Older furnaces used to go into chimneys, whether it was brick or stainless steel. New, high-efficient furnaces do not require either of the two chimneys, which saves ample space in your home. These new furnace flue pipes are constructed of PVC pipe which are directly piped to the outside of your home.

  • An Aqua-guard overflow protection pan (equipped with monitoring switch) is placed under the air conditioning coil which is attached to your furnace or air handler to ensure that in the case of a blockage in your A.C. drain line, the pan will fill up with water and shut your system off as a safety precaution.

  • All of our furnaces/air handlers are placed on anti-vibration pads.


A heat pump provides both heat and cooling.


  • Ideal for moderate climate settings; where the weather doesn't reach extreme heat or extreme cold, unless you have a supplementary heating or cooling source.


  • In the summer, a heat pump removes the hot air from inside your home and transports that air outside.

  • In the winter, a heat pump removes the heat from the air outside transferring it inside to heat your home.

  • Energy Efficient - due to the fact that it transfers heat rather than burning fuel to create heat.

  • In areas where much of the winter reaches below 32 degrees, it is ideal for the home to have a supplementary heat source.


A forced-air system is the most common type of home heating/cooling system.


  • Requires duct work and is also the source of cooling for your home.


  • Has many advantages and provides different options based on your family's air quality needs.

  • In a forced-air system, the heat produced in the furnace is distributed to the living spaces of your home through supply ducts. At the same time, the cooler air in the home is transported through the return duct, which circulates the cooler air back to the furnace to be heated and is then distributed back to the rooms of your home.

  • Furnaces or air handlers are required for a forced-air system; they are able to heat the air by using several different types of fuel sources, such as oil, gas or propane.

  • Air is able to be filtered, humidified and dehumidified if needed, in order to get the best air quality for your home and family.

  • You are able to increase or decrease the amount of air-flow through the duct system, based on your needs.

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