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Creating the Perfect Indoor Environment for Your Home

Your home is your protection from the outside world, but it shouldn’t feel like the world outside. You should be able to control the elements – heat, humidity and air quality – all at the tip of your fingers.  
With years of experience in residential heating and cooling, we can offer you a complete line of heating and cooling systems and services that bring you comfort. With our help, you can accurately control your house and make the perfect climate.

Our heating options include multiple brand Systems

   Single Stage Furnace
You've probably lived in a house with a single stage furnace. The gas flame is either on or off. Consequently, the furnace waits for the temperature in the house to get cold--often colder than comfortable--before firing on. Then, the furnace rams the house full of heat until the thermostat shuts the system down.
You're left with a lot of heat build-up, which is great if you're a "cold-blooded" person but bad for your energy bills. For a target of 72 degrees, actual temperatures in your house might range as low as 68 degrees and as high as 76 degrees. Single stage furnaces are the most wasteful in terms of energy, but they are the lowest cost to purchase.
   Two-Stage or Dual-Stage Furnace
The two-stage furnace is a little smarter than the single stage furnace. Rather than a simple on/off operation, its flame can be on/high, on/low, or off.
Adding this second flame setting makes a dramatic difference in energy costs. Two stage furnaces are much quieter than single stage furnaces and slightly higher cost.
For a target of 72 degrees, actual temperatures in your house might range as low as 70 degrees and as high as 74 degrees.
   Modulating Furnace
This furnace adjusts its flame incrementally so that the true temperature never varies more than 1 or 2 degrees from the thermostat's target temperature.
In terms of comfort, it's the most comfortable gas furnace you can buy because you avoid those long, cold periods (found in single and two stage furnaces) and high build-ups of heat when the furnace eventually responds.
In addition to a variable flame, the blower is variable according to demand.
For a target of 72 degrees, actual temperatures in your house might range as low as 71 degrees and as high as 73 degrees.
Modulating gas furnaces are among the most energy efficient furnaces and are rated at 98% efficiency

Our cooling options include multiple brand Systems

   Air conditioners – Today's air conditioners are more efficient then ever, cooling your house with a variety of variable speed and high efficiency models. The products we offer are extremely reliable and durable, especially in those times when you need them the most. The systems include variable-speed models that start up at a low speed – so you will not hear a lot of noises that older units would make. Since a variable-speed fan can run at lower speeds, the air circulates better and removes the extra humidity throughout your home.

    Heat Pumps - For climates with moderate heating and cooling needs, heat pumps offer an energy-efficient alternative to furnaces and air conditioners. Like your refrigerator, heat pumps use electricity to move heat from a cool space to a warm space, making the cool space cooler and the warm space warmer. During the heating season, heat pumps move heat from the cool outdoors into your warm house and during the cooling season, heat pumps move heat from your cool house into the warm outdoors. Because they move heat rather than generate heat, heat pumps can provide up to 4 times the amount of energy they consume.

 •Other residential options include•
   Ductless Units – want a system installed but don’t want to tear through the house?  Install a ductless unit.
   Programmable Thermostats – enjoy comfortable climates with energy saving benefits. Digital thermostats allow you to schedule the temperatures and times you desire.
   Zoning – activate heating/cooling systems in the zones you are using while closing the unused areas. Perfect for multi-level homes!
  • Humidifiers – add moisture to the air on those cold winter days. With humidity in the air, you can keep your thermostat at lower settings while still feeling comfortable.
   Air Purifiers – allergens and airborne particles can creep into the tiniest of holes. Protect your family by removing them from the air.

•Additions and Renovations•

Most additions and renovations require some type of ductwork and/or equipment upgrades. Adding square footage to a house can increase the load requirements – perhaps making it too much for your existing system to handle. Upgrading your equipment or using zone dampers can meet the changing load requirements.

Custom Installation for New Homes

Larger homes have different needs and require custom planning - from ductwork placement to specialized equipment installation. To heat and cool the house as planned, most homeowners need to participate in the preparation.
We know that choosing the right system can be difficult.  At Summit Aire, we can guide you and offer different options that fit your needs. We make and install our own made to order duct so your house will receive the perfect custom-built system.
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