Lifestyle Comfort Solutions heating specialists are licensed professionals who are highly skilled, courteous, clean, and trained to provide you with superior heating service. We hold our employees and the company to the same standard we would want in our own home. When you choose Lifestyle Comfort Solutions you can feel confident that you and your home will be treated as if it were our own. Whatever your heating needs, whether it’s a furnace or heat pump, we will make sure that your home or place of business is safe and comfortable.
Here are some of the most common heating projects we perform:
- Forced air furnaces
- Furnace maintenance
- Furnace repair
- Furnace replacement
- Heat pump maintenance
- Heat pump repair
- Heat pump replacement
- Indoor Air Quality improvements
- Home performance testing
- UV light and filtration
- General HVAC maintenance
- General HVAC repairs
Sometimes a repair is not sufficient to fix your furnace. Sometimes a new furnace is the most cost effective and energy efficient way to go. We will always be honest with you about a possible furnace replacement. We value your time and your money, and don’t want to perform repairs or service on an appliance that is in need of replacement.
If you do need a furnace replacement, we know how overwhelming it can be. Here are some of the frequently asked questions about furnaces that we get from some of our area’s residents:
What are the different types of furnaces?
Single Stage – This type of furnace has only one stage of operation. It can either be turned on or turned off.
Two Stage – This type of furnace has two settings, full and half speed. This is a more efficient way to heat and provides for better comfort because it can move the air at a slower pace.
Variable Stage or Modulating – This kind of furnace modulates the speed and heat output based on the temperature outside and the desired comfort level. This furnace only works as much as you need it, making it the most energy efficient type of furnace.
What is AFUE?
Annualized Fuel Utilization Efficiency
A measure of furnace heating efficiency. The higher the AFUE, the more efficient the furnace.
What size furnace do I need?
We can calculate the correct size furnace for your home. The number of BTUs, or British Thermal Units, needed to heat your home is dependent on a number of variables. Contrary to what you might think, a bigger furnace may not necessarily mean more heating power for your home. Call or contact us online and we can set up an appointment to calculate the size furnace you might need.