Ground Zero Plumbing & HVAC offers heating installation for your home in the Phoenix Metro Area! Despite having some of the hottest summers in the country, Arizona definitely gets chilly at night. Many homes are more comfortable with a gas or electric furnace running. Even if you do have a heating system already in place, there’s a chance it is outdated and needs to be replaced. All of our technicians are fully trained in HVAC and heating systems. You can rely on us to provide high-quality work at a price you can afford. We specialize in gas/electric, heat pumps and propane heating.
Gas furnaces are powered by natural gas, which is first ignited in the furnace. Then heats up the air around the heating system – delivering to the rest of the home. Beginning with the thermostat, the reading will communicate to the system, which will ignite gas in the burner. As gas is directed towards the burner, an electric ignition will kickstart the furnace to distribute through the home’s ventilation system. A gas furnace will help you save money, produce heat more effectively for a more comfortable home.
An electric furnace offers a more clean-burning operation as opposed to gas systems. They are primarily used in climates that are warmer and make more sense to utilize an electric system. Electric furnaces are cheaper and easier to install. Making it easier to maintain, safer and quieter than gas. This allows electric furnaces to have a longer lifetime and are a great option if you live in climates like Phoenix Metro Area.
Heat pumps are a versatile system to use to heat your home in the winter, and cool it down in the summer. The split system that heat pumps offer is an energy efficient option. This allows you to potentially save on maintenance repairs down the road. With Arizona’s cold winters and hot summers, this is a great and cost-efficient solution to keep your home comfortable all year long.
Propane is one of the cleanest burning fuels. Having a propane heat system will help do good to the environment as you stay warm at home. It keeps from straining electricity usage and reduces the chance of power outages. A number of propane furnaces exist for your home. You have the option to install a central furnace, wall furnace or combination of both. Get in touch with one of our heating experts and consult with us on which system will be most efficient for your lifestyle.