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What system is right for me?
Every home and homeowner has different needs, So Angels Heating and Cooling will help you determine the best system for you with a free in-home consultation, The best solution may surprise you.
What HVAC add-ons do I need?
Whether summers are really getting hotter or we’ve lost our tolerance for heat as we grow older, lots of us are tempted to yank out noisy, dripping window air conditioners and replace them with quiet, efficient whole-house central-air-conditioning systems.
How much will it cost?
When added to an existing forced-air heating system, central air for a 2,000-square-foot home costs $3,500 to $4,000 and can be done by two technicians in two to three days, often with little or no change to the ducting.
What size HVAC system do I need?
House Square Footage
100 – 150
150 – 250
250 – 300
300 – 350
350 – 400
400 – 450
450 – 500
500 – 700
700 – 1,000
1,000 – 1,200
1,200 – 1,400
1,400 – 1,500
1,500 – 2,000
2,000 – 2,500
What is better: gas, electric, or oil?
Oil furnaces run similarly to gas systems, but have a few distinct differences from both gas and electric systems.
Burns hotter than gas, meaning it heats your home much faster
Accessible to homes in remote areas
Systems last almost twice as long as gas units
Cost fluctuates depending on value of crude oil
You have to schedule oil deliveries to get heat
Requires a large oil tank in your basement
Electric systems work similarly to gas systems but use an electric ignition to start rather than a pilot light.
Doesn’t make loud or clunky noises when operating
Easy to clean and maintain
Systems are susceptible to power outages
More expensive to use than gas
Slower response to temperature changes
Gas is used in nearly half the homes across America. In the Midwest, that number is even higher.
Convenient to use
Cheaper than electricity
Can be used to power everything from furnaces to boilers
Gas line installation could be costly
Appliances need routine maintenance to work effectively