Heating Unit Installation in Miami FL

Whether you’re looking for heating unit installation in Miami FL for your new home or need to replace an old system that’s failing, Local AC can help. We’ll work with you to pick an Energy Star-certified system that’s affordable and suited to your needs.

Since Miami has a tropical monsoon climate, you’ll want a reliable heating system for your home. That’s why we recommend heat pumps.

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are a great way to keep your home comfortable year-round. They provide both heating and cooling services and are eco-friendly.

They work by using a refrigeration system to transfer energy from the air outside your home to indoors, and then back again. They’re available in a variety of models including air-source, ground source, and ductless mini-splits.

For example, heat pump systems that use air-source technology can reduce a homeowner’s electricity bills by 50% while providing superior dehumidification in the process.

Another type of heat pump is geothermal, which uses a system of underground loops to capture and distribute the natural energy in the earth’s atmosphere to warm up or cool down your home. These systems also improve air quality by reducing dust, mold, and other pollutants.

If you’re interested in installing a heat pump for your home, call One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating(r) of Miami today to schedule an appointment. Our experts are experienced in the service, repair, and installation of heat pumps in Miami FL and surrounding areas.

Ductless Systems

If you want to expand your comfort to more areas of your home or want a system that doesn’t require ductwork, a ductless air conditioning and heating unit may be the best option for your needs. They’re affordable, energy efficient and easy to install.

Ductless systems are powered by a central outdoor compressor that sends refrigerant and power to smaller indoor units through a tube. Unlike a traditional ductwork system, a ductless system doesn’t involve tearing up walls or ceilings and can be installed in a single visit with minimal disruption to your home.

They can be used for a number of purposes, including room additions, sunrooms, and garages and can provide year-round comfort. They also allow for optimum control of your home’s temperature and humidity.

Gas Furnace

A gas furnace heats your home by burning natural gas, which is piped into the house from the gas company or from specialized tanks. It’s a more efficient and affordable way to heat your home than an electric system, as it uses natural gas rather than electricity.

Your gas furnace starts with an ignition switch that lights a pilot light or ignitor in the combustion chamber, where the gas is mixed with oxygen to create heat. Next, the gas is passed over a set of coils or looped metal on the heat exchanger, which is where air is heated to be pushed into your home.

Your gas furnace also sends hot air into your ducts, where it can be distributed to different rooms of your home. This allows you to tailor the amount of heat in each room as needed.

Electric Furnace

Electric furnaces are more environmentally friendly and easier to install than other heating types because they don’t require a flue. They’re also less expensive to operate than gas and oil furnaces.

Electric-powered furnaces use a system of coils, relays, ducts, and sequencers to control how much electricity flows to each element to produce heat. A heating relay controls how much electricity is fed to the heating elements, while a power relay regulates the amount of electrical current that’s delivered to the furnace.

Furnaces work with thick bands or wires made of electrically resistant metal (typically a mixture of nickel and chromium). When electricity is fed into the heating elements, these metal wires conduct the electricity and heat it up.

Once the air is warmed up, the blower forces it through a network of ducts to distribute the warm air throughout your home. These ducts can include filters that keep allergens out of the air, and thermostats that communicate with the furnace to set the temperature for your home.