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We can repair, replace and install new heating equipment of all sizes and shapes in homes built during any era.
Whether you're moving in to a new home or are working on having your seam e build, we can install a full range of heating equipment, including furnaces, ductwork and thermostats.
A broken furnace is never convenient. When your furnace breaks down in and your home has no heat, contact us and we will be there right away!
Shamrock Heating & Cooling guarantees that we can provide you with the professional and efficient furnace repair service that you need. Our experienced technicians are highly-trained so you can be sure that they can help you with any problems that may arise. Shamrock Heating & Cooling is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
Many things can go wrong with your furnace, all of which should be repaired and examined by experienced professionals. Trust Shamrock Heating & Cooling to repair and help you maintain your furnace*. We value our customers and their decisions, so we will always be honest and explain the best possible solution for you. Contact us today so we can help you out!
* Keeping up on the maintenance of the furnace in your home can greatly reduce the cost of repairs over time*
Choosing the right replacement furnace for your home is essential in creating the comfortable atmosphere your family wants. While being comfortable is important, you should also consider energy efficiency and cost as priorities as well. Shamrock Heating & Cooling carries brand name, energy efficient furnaces.
Although Electric and Oil Furnaces are still available, Forced Air Furnaces that utilize propane or natural gas, are generally the most efficient and economical method of heating. Forced Air Furnace Energy Efficiency is measured according to how efficiently each unit produces heat. This measurement is known as the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency or AFUE. AFUE is determined by comparing the amount of fuel consumed to the amount of heat created. For example, an AFUE of 80 % means that 80 cents of each dollar is being converted into effective heat, while 20 cents is essentially wasted.
The amount of heat that is required to properly and efficiently heat your home to a comfortable level is measured by the term “BTU’s”. BTU’s, or British Thermal Units, can be defined as the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one (1) degree Fahrenheit. Though proper sizing and selection of a furnace for your home is based on many factors, the AFUE and BTU considerations are among the most important.
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Single Stage Furnaces have one fan speed, and are available with an AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) of both 80% and 95%. These furnaces operate at 100% BTU Capacity at all times. These are the most common furnaces, but generally the least efficient and loudest on terms of operation.
Two-Stage Furnaces have 2 fan speeds, and are available with an AFUE of both 80% and 92% (or greater) These furnaces operate at 60% BTU Capacity, and progress to 100% as necessary. Two-Stage Furnaces provide a more uniform heat distribution, and are generally a bit quieter than Single Stage Furnaces.
Two-Stage Variable Speed Furnace
Two-Stage Variable Speed Furnaces are available with an AFUE of both 80% and 95% (or greater) These furnaces operate at 60% BTU Capacity, and progress to 100% as necessary via a variable speed motor. Two-Stage Variable Speed Furnaces are much quieter than Single Stage or Two Stage Furnaces. When additional equipment is added to a furnace, 2 Stage Variable Speed Furnaces are the recommended choices for 2 and 3 story homes, and furnaces that also include Air Purification Systems or Heat Pumps.
Three-Stage Variable Speed Furnace
Three Stage Variable Speed Furnaces are available with an AFUE of both 80% and 95% (or greater) These furnaces operate at 60% BTU Capacity, and progress to 100% as necessary via a variable speed motor. Three-Stage Variable Speed Furnaces are much quieter than Single Stage or Two Stage Furnaces. When additional equipment is added to a furnace, Three-Stage Variable Speed Furnaces are the recommended choices for maximum efficiency in 2 and 3 story homes, and furnaces that also include Air Purification Systems or Heat Pumps.
Modulating Variable Speed Furnace
Modulating Variable Speed Furnaces are the very best furnace available in terms of operating efficiency, even distribution of heat, quiet operation, and comfort level. This type of furnace is also the preferred choice when additional equipment of any type is added to the furnace heating system. The range of AFUE levels varies from 80% to 98%.