Heating

Your heating system is important: especially during those harsh winter months. Whether you’re remodeling, building a new home, upgrading or replacing your existing heating system, you can depend on us for reliable and efficient heating solutions that will last for years to come. We specialize in high-efficiency heating systems that provide total comfort throughout your home. When you’re building or remodeling your home it’s important to select a heating system that is going to efficiently regulate the temperature of your home, keeping your heating costs down.

Gas Furnace Heating Cleveland

Gold SV Gas Furnace Heating Product by American Standard

Sal’s Heating & Cooling technicians are heating repair experts and can help you when your furnace breaks down. We also know the know the latest HVAC products available and can help you select the best HVAC products available to meet your comfort needs.

Our knowledgeable and friendly staff will help you select the right system for your home. No matter what choice you make, you can rest easy that it’s a choice we will stand behind. All of our heating systems are backed by excellent manufacturer’s warranties with extended warranties also available.

Ask us today about how replacing or upgrading to a higher efficiency heating system can not only increase you and your family’s comfort but also significantly cut your home heating bills.

Heating Basics

Gas Furnace Heating

Classic Series: 80% AFUE Downflow (R801P) Heating Product by Rheem

Three basic components make up any climate control devices. Your heating system is no different.

The first component is your source of warm air: i.e. your furnace. The second component is your means of distributing the air, i.e. your heating ducts (if you have central air, your cool and warm air probably come from the same place). The third component is your regulation device, better known as a thermostat. When something is wrong with your heating system, it’s any three of these components.

Heating and air units work on the principle that heat always moves from a warm object to a cooler object. Heaters and furnaces put heat into the air to make your home warmer. When the furnace is turned on it consumes the fuel that power it. As fuel is burned, heat is produced and sent to areas of your home. This is why energy efficient devices are so important. To learn about improving the energy efficiency of your home, check out FirstEnergy’s Guides.

Our experienced technicians at Sal’s will help you identify your heating problems as well as determine a system that matches your budget and your energy savings goals.