Heating services and heating installation within Stoneham is best done by the Silco Plumbing & Heating team. It is in our name and in our job description to be your heating installation experts. Due to our experience with this type of service and our expertise in the Stoneham community, we know your home heating needs.
We understand and impress upon our teams that repairs, maintenance, and installation of your heating system – whether that’s a forced water or a forced hot air system – are all important to your comfort level. Living on the East Coast and having the harsh winters we do, it is key that your heating works year-round.
If your Stoneham home is ready for a new heating system, it is easy to prep you for that. The Silco team ensures you as a customer know exactly what you are paying for and what the expected outcome should be. Our experience shows that we know the desired outcome. We can determine which system is best for home, whether you have zoning issues, or want to achieve energy efficiency, and we can target that need and meet it.
Silco Plumbing & Heating not only installs and repairs the heating systems you want, but we also have resources to make these systems affordable. We provide rebate information for your heating systems, such as providing 0% financing when you enroll in the Mass Save Heat Loan program.
Our goal in offering rebates and discounts is this: we’re here to help you get the best heating system possible for your home or business. There is no need for your comfort level to be sacrificed just because of a price tag.
To determine which type of heating system will work most efficiently in your home, you should know the differences between the main heating models. You should also be familiar with furnaces’ and boilers’ official efficiency ratings, as measured by Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE). Here is a brief breakdown of those:
Furnaces use a significant amount of electricity, and have efficiencies between 78% and 96% AFUE. Meanwhile, boilers (at least those manufactured since 1992) have an efficiency rating of at least 80% AFUE or more. Electric heat pumps, on the other hand, are more energy-efficient than almost all other types of electrical heating systems.
Contact Silco Plumbing today to find out more about our heating services! We’re happy to answer any questions.