Furnace

What To Look For In An Air Conditioner

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Comfort Features

Comfort and consistency are effected by different air conditioning models. Different staged models will make a difference when it comes to in-home comfort.

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Humidity Control

Humidity often plays into comfort. Air conditioning units pull heat and humidity out of the air in your home, but different compressors can make a large difference in your air quality.

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Sound Performance

Sound is important to consider when thinking about installing a new air conditioning unit. If the compressor is loud, you can always add on a silencer or sound blanket.

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Energy Savings

All air conditioners are rated by their SEER- Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. The higher the SEER, the better! The minimum rating is 13, but these regularly range from 15-22.

What To Look For In A Home Boiler

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Comfort Features

Get comfortable even when it's cold outside by making sure you have the warmth you need in your home.

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Energy Savings

All air conditioners are rated by their AFUE- Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. The higher the AFUE, the better!

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Humidity Control

Humidity often plays into comfort. Different boilers can maintain temperature differently and make a large difference in your air quality.

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Versatility

The right unit for you is about performance and location. Compact units are more versatile when considering new installations.

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Furnace Repair and Installation Pittsburgh Pa

A minor problem with your furnace can turn into a large problem. You need a service team you can trust to arrive promptly, work efficiently, and leave you with repairs that will stand up to constant use and weather. Call Restano Heating, Cooling & Plumbing for expertises on your gas or electric furnace.

As your local heating and cooling company, Restano Heating, Cooling and Plumbing can help you find the right furnace for your home when it comes time for a replacement. By properly sizing your new system, we ensure efficiency, reliability, and longevity. Our NATE-certified technicians complete all projects quickly, accurately, and to your satisfaction. We’ll make sure you’re happy with your new system, comfortable with the operation, and familiar with all equipment features. At Restano, we specialize in both gas and oil furnace repairs and replacements. If you have questions about furnace repairs or replacements, contact us today. Free estimates are available on all furnace installs!

Oil Furnace Services

For a safe, economical, and environmentally responsible solution to home heating, consider an oil furnace. Because oil furnaces utilize fuel from a tank located nearby on the property, more flexible installations are possible. A properly maintained oil furnace can potentially provide 30 years of reliable service. For precise sizing and installation, upgrades, regular maintenance, and repairs, our heating specialists from Restano Heating, Cooling & Plumbing can protect your investment with qualified and dedicated service.

Environmentally benign, heating oil is non-toxic, biodegradable, and contains no carcinogens. If you currently heat with electricity, switching to oil heating can lower carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere by more than 50 percent.

Fuel oil is non-explosive and ignites only by way of an oil-burner or furnace. Compared to natural gas, and oil flame burns 300 degrees hotter, allowing an oil furnace to heat your home faster than any other heating source.

If you have more questions about converting to oil heat, call (412) 793-3190. FREE estimates are available on all heating installations.

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