Heating Solutions

Heating systems are the largest consumers of energy in our homes and businesses. At Archibald Heating and Air Conditioning, we are constantly striving to provide the most efficient heating systems available today.

Did you know there’s a 500-pound gorilla in your basement and he’s eating your lunch?

That’s right, that 500-pound block of cast iron in your basement (your current boiler or furnace) is eating your lunch! Keeping a boiler hot 7 days a week/24 hours a day to create some hot water when you need it? Operating an oversized heating system because the installer said, “bigger is better”? These are the contributing factors to the “Energy Gorilla” being well fed.

With energy costs skyrocketing, we need to keep a vigilant eye on the amount of energy we are using. Installing high-efficiency heating equipment is the first place to start. Low-mass designs of today are at the forefront of energy efficiency.

  • No more heating 400-500 pounds of cast iron to heat 8-10 gallons of water.
  • No more keeping that boiler hot waiting for 1 gallon of hot water.
  • No more stack losses created by that venting system attached to that boiler.
  • No more wasted heat, letting that block of cast iron cool off after the heating cycle is over.

Starving the “Energy Gorilla”.

Low-mass boiler designs have been available in Europe for the last 50 years. The Europeans have been experiencing an energy crunch for a long time. The technology available to the Europeans has been available in the United States for a long time: Heat the system quick, deliver the heat to the space efficiently, and cool down the system after the heating cycle is over. These are the benefits of today’s high-efficiency heating systems.

Having been in the industry since the first huge energy crunch, “the oil embargo of the 70s”, we have been offering energy-efficient equipment for a long time. We are truly “experts” on saving you money.

Contact us today for a free, in-home consultation.

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