A central heating system provides warmth to the whole interior of a building (or portion of a building) from one point to multiple rooms. When combined with other systems in order to control the building climate, the whole system may be an HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) system.
A central heating system has a primary heating appliance such as a furnace or boiler located in an out-of-the-way place such as a basement or garage. It delivers heat throughout the house either by pumping warmed air through a system of air ducts or sending hot water or steam through pipes to room radiators or convectors.
With both forced-air and gravity systems, one or more thermostats turn the heating or cooling unit off and on as room temperatures rise and fall. Homes without central heating normally utilize electric baseboard heaters or, in some cases, in-wall or in-floor gas heaters or radiant heat.
At South County Air Services, we configure and install different types of heating systems. There are several types of furnace and heating units that your can select from:
- central warm-air furnaces
- heat pumps
- built-in electric units
South County Air Services offers support for repairing and fixing heater parts, including but not limited to:
- Electronic Control Board
- Furnace Heating Gas Valve
- Furnace Hot Surface Igniter
- Furnace Safety Flame Sensor
- Furnace Safety Pressure Switch
- Furnace Safety Limit Switch
- Furnace Rollout Switch
- Furnace Blower Fan
- Furnace Variable Blower Motor
All Furnaces need frequent and scheduled maintenance tasks to work Safely and reliably. We are here to help! You can Schedule for an onsite visit to check and review the status of the current Heating system, or installing a new system.
South County Air Services proudly helps in all types of required heating systems’ maintenance tasks.
We support Installation, Repair and Maintenance on a vast variety of the Furnace and heating system brands and types; such as:
Carrier Furnace Systems
Bryant Heating systems
American standard Heating Systems
Get a good furnace and heating preventative maintenance service from a complete checklist of items such as:
- Heat Exchange – Inspected for cracks & deterioration
- Burners – Removed & cleaned if necessary
- Fan Switch – Checked & adjusted
- Pilot & Pilot Assembly – Cleaned & adjusted as necessary
- Safety Controls – Operationally inspected
- Gas Line – Leak checked from the furnace shut off valve to the burners
- Combustion Air – Openings will be checked
- Flue Pipe – Inspected
- Temperatures & Performance – Recorded
- Panels – Secure all panels
- Controls & Safeties – Inspected & tested
- Lubrication – Application to motors & bearings
- Voltage & Amp – Draw of the blower motor, compressor & condenser fan motors checked & recorded
- Air Filter – Replaced at customer’s option
- Thermostat – Checked & calibrated