Forced-Air Heating System in Salt lake city
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Do you plan to build a new home? The process of planning the construction of a new house is a huge undertaking. You’ll have dozens of important decisions to make, from the type of carpet you want and how the kitchen should look. There is one choice that may be more important than all the rest. We’re talking about heating systems. You’ll have five different heating systems to pick from:
- Radiant heat
- Steam radiant
Out of the five, forced-air is the most popular in the United States and Salt Lake City. If you’d like to read more about forced-air heating systems in Salt Lake City, read on.
What is forced-air heating?
A forced-air central system’s main part is the furnace or boiler. Usually located in the basement, the furnace pushes heated air through a system of air ducts, heating each room with the same furnace.
Where does this air originate? Most of the time, air is drawn through condensers. These condensers are placed outside the home because they can be noisy. Air is sucked in and sent to the furnace, which is then heated and distributed throughout the home.
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The Benefits of Forced-Air
- Quick heat delivery: Forced-air is the fastest way to heat your home. Distance between a certain room and the furnace will have a negligible effect on how quickly that room is heated.
- Reliable: Forced-air units are reliable.
- Versatile: The same air ducts used for warm air can also be used for cold air in the summer.
- Low installation costs: Forced-air systems are easier, and more affordable to install than other types of heating systems.
There’s plenty other factors that will guide your choice. Call Neerings today to find out more information about heating systems. 801-467-3951
The Neerings technicians arrived at our home quickly, and they were professional, communicative, and thorough. We had our basement drain backing up into the house -- they evaluated the situation, provided us a reasonable estimate, and got to work. Would recommend and use them again!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does Neerings offer emergency plumbing services?
Yes we do! At Neerings we know that plumbing emergencies never wait for a convenient time, so we offer 24/7 emergency plumbing services to help you! Learn more on our Emergency Plumbing page here, or give us a call!
Does Neerings offer drain cleaning?
We sure do! If you’re having trouble with your drains frequently clogging, it might be time to seek professional help. Learn more about our drain cleaning process on our Drain Cleaning page here, or give us a call for a consultation!
How Do I Know If My Sewer is Backed Up or Needs Repair?
You bet! Your sewer system needs to remain clear to help water move smoothly through it, and improper care can lead to sewer damage, which can lead to huge problems for your home or yard. If you are experiencing:
-Strong wastewater smells in your yard
-A strong stench coming from your home
-Wastewater backing up into your sink or bathtub
-Slowly draining drains in bathtub or sinks.
If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, call Neerings and we will come check out your sewer for you! Learn more on our Sewer Repair page here!
What is Hydro Jetting?
Hydro jetting is a safe, non chemical way to blast roots and debris out of your pipes! Neerings has professional hydro jetting equipment that can help make quick work of clogged pipes and help prevent future clogs! Learn more about hydro jetting here, or give us a call today!
What is Trenchless Sewer Repair?
Trenchless sewer repair is a non invasive way to repair broken sewer pipes without digging up your yard! We send a special bursting cone down into your sewer line that breaks up old pipes and sends in new, more durable pipes! Learn more about our process on our Trenchless Sewer Repair page here!
Drano Isn’t Going Down My Pipes, What Do I Do?
Uh oh! You’ve emptied an entire bottle of Drano into your drain and it’s still not going down? There are a few remedies you can try including:
-Plunging: grab a plunger and put in some good old fashioned elbow grease
-Household Remedies: some household remedies like baking soda + vinegar, hot water, or dish soap are some popular options!
-Plumbing snake: If you’re feeling ambitious, you can usually rent a plumbing snake from your local hardware store.