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HEATING & COOLING

Let's find a system that fits your lifestyle.

Furnaces

FURNACES

Warm Air Furnaces are units that move air through ductwork that blow the air from registers or vents throughout your home. There are many different brands and styles, with varying levels of efficiency. With advances in technology, newer furnaces can achieve 97% Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE). That means for every $1.00 you spend on fuel, $0.97 is put into heating your home. 

Many of the furnaces in homes today are of the 80% variety which can lead to higher utility bills, and they rely on the air inside your home. High efficiency furnaces use the air from outside your home for combustion making the furnace more efficient. 

 

Having the most efficient heating system is only the beginning. It is important to have the best heating contractor in your area maintaining your equipment to keep it operating at peak performance.

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Be proactive—when the winter season rolls around you want to be ready.

Central Air Condtioning
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CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING

We offer new installations, replacement, service and maintenance for a variety of central air conditioning systems. We work with brands such as American Standard, Bryant, Carrier, Mitsubishi and York just to name a few. 

 

A traditional central air conditioning system is a combination of an outdoor condenser, an indoor air handler, supply and return duct work as well as ceiling or wall registers. Central Air systems are more energy efficient and eliminate the work of taking out and installing traditional window units every season.  

Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

Seashore Comfort Solutions offers new installations, replacement, service and maintenance for most heat pump systems. A heat pump can supplement your existing heating system, provide whole home heating and cooling, and deliver climate control to individual rooms. 

 

A Central Air-Source Heat Pump can integrate with your existing heating system, creating a “hybrid” or “dual fuel” system via a smart thermostat like ecobee®. Integrated controls allow you to switch between both systems depending on conditions and temperatures you set. This aids in the reduction of your reliance on fossil fuels and helps to offset your home heating costs. 

Ductless Air-Source Heat Pumps (mini-splits) can used as a primary source for heating and cooling your whole home or business. Mini-split systems can provide personalized comfort in all seasons—even when our New England temperatures go below freezing. 

Mini-splits gained popularity for their ability to provide individualized comfort zones in areas not connected to a primary heating system and hard-to-reach areas such as attics, basements, new additions, and garages. In all-electric applications, ductless mini-splits gained favor over older electric baseboard heating for energy efficiency, better distribution of air, and total climate management. 

Today, some HVAC manufacturers of high-efficiency ductless heat pump systems use hyper-heating, or max heat, technology that can handle harsher climates like our New England winters. 

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Don’t let the name fool you, heat pumps provide heating, cooling, humidity control and improved air quality.

NEW INSTALLATION & REPLACEMENT

Whether you need a new air conditioning or heating system for your home or business our team does whatever it takes to complete the project on time. 

There are many different options when it comes to replacing your existing heating and air conditioning system.  We will provide you with a complimentary written estimate and discuss options with you and determine which system is the right fit for your home or business. Plus, our team will follow up when the installation is complete.

 

The newer systems on the market today offer higher efficiency/higher SEER ratings, they are more environmentally friendly and can reduce your utility bills as compared to your old system.

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