When people think about Georgia, they often think of our hot, humid summers. But in reality, Georgia experiences a pretty chilly winter, too! When it comes to keeping your home warm and comfortable all winter long, there’s only one name you need to know: Harrell King Heating & Air.
Our team has provided professional furnace services to our neighbors in the Southwest Georgia area for more than 30 years. Whether you’re looking for a new furnace, are in need of repair on your current unit, or simply need to schedule a tune-up, our licensed and insured Georgia HVAC technicians can get the job done.
Furnaces that run on natural gas are common in homes across the country. The cost of natural gas is significantly lower and more stable than that of oil (which often fluctuates), so if you’re looking for a more affordable choice overall, you may be interested in installing a gas furnace. However, it’s important to note that gas furnaces are more expensive upfront than other heating systems—so although you’ll save more money over the lifespan of your unit, you’ll spend more on your initial purchase than you would with another system.
Additionally, gas furnaces provide less heat per BTU than oil furnaces. However, since our Georgia winters are typically mild, this isn’t as much of a problem as it would be in a colder part of the country.
Our team at Harrell King Heating & Air provides gas furnace installation, repair, and maintenance services throughout Southwest Georgia.
To learn more about gas furnaces or to schedule service, contact us online today!
There are a few advantages when it comes to choosing an oil furnace for your Georgia home. For one, furnaces provide more heat per BTU than other furnaces do, meaning they’ll keep you warmer when winter rolls around. These furnaces use less fuel when heating than other systems, and they also tend to last longer than other systems do. These are just a few of the reasons people choose to install oil furnaces in their homes!
However, having an oil furnace does mean that you’ll need to have an oil storage tank on your property. Additionally, since oil costs fluctuate so much, fueling your oil furnace will cost significantly more than your gas or electric furnace.
Your choice depends on your budget and needs—and if you need help figuring out which furnace is the right choice for your Georgia home, we can help!
Contact our team of heating specialists! Schedule oil furnace installation, repair, or maintenance in Southwest Georgia with Harrell King today.
You may have heard that electric furnaces are a better option for heating your home than oil or gas furnaces. In a few ways, that’s true! Electricity is available more readily than gas or oil, which makes it easier to heat your home. Electricity is also a form of renewable energy, which is better for the environment. Though electricity can cost more than oil or gas when you compare “energy units,” so to speak, electric furnaces are so much more efficient. Since they run using less energy overall, you end up saving money on heating costs in the long run when you choose an electric furnace.
Additionally, electric furnace installation tends to cost less at the outset than the other furnace options do. These furnaces are safer since you don’t have to worry about gas leaks or oil fires!
If you’re interested in learning more about heating your home with an electric furnace or you’re looking to schedule installation, repair, or maintenance services, contact Harrell King Heating & Air today!
For more than 30 years, Harrell King Heating & Air has provided high-quality heating, cooling, and indoor air quality services that our neighbors in Southwest Georgia can depend on. Delivering incomparable service that’s rare in our industry, our family-owned company is honest, fair and client-focused.
When you choose to work with Harrell King Heating & Air, you can expect:
To schedule service or to speak to a Harrell King team member, call 229-243-8040 or contact our Southwest Georgia HVAC specialists online now!
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