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Home Heating FAQ’s for Stockton Residents

When it comes to your home heating system, there are a number of frequently asked questions we receive. Below you’ll find our customers’ most common questions answered. Please feel free to get in contact with us directly if you’re question has not been answered or you’d like further information above our services. Call our office in Stockton, CA at (209) 946-5796 .

What home heating options are available to me?

Depending upon which area of California you live, along with the size of your home and budget, there a several available options. We offer in-home energy evaluations to help identify energy leaks and how you can reduce your energy costs throughout the year. Give us a call at (209) 946-5796 to arrange for your evaluation.

When is it time to replace my heating system?

If your heating unit requires regular repairs, you might want to consider replacing it. If your furnace is more than 15 years old or your heat pump is more than 10 years old, replacement is a good idea. There have been lots of energy efficiency improvements that have been made over the years, which can save you money on your energy bills over the long term.

What kind of programmable thermostat do I need?

First you need to know what kind of heating system you have. This can be a bit of a headache if you don’t have technical experience. There are single-stage and multi-stage systems, heat pump systems and others. Please get in touch with our helpful team for professional guidance and support.

How can I reduce my heating bill?

Ensuring that your heating system is operating at its optimal efficiency and that you have the right heating solution for your home is the best way to reduce your heating bill over the long term. However, there are a number of ways in which you can improve energy efficiency in the near term. Turn the temperature down 7-10 degrees when you’re sleeping or away from home for longer periods of time. You can do this manually or with a programmable thermostat. Use blinds, shades or curtains to regulate the level of heat leaving and entering your windows.

What do energy efficiency rating numbers mean?

When weighing your options for which furnace to install (or upgrade to) in your home, it’s important to consider its energy efficiency rating. Energy efficiency is determined by how much heat the furnace will produce compared to the amount of energy required to produce the heat. You can find this on the Energy Guide label, where it has the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) rating. Basically, the higher the number, the better efficiency. Why is that important? Well, it will help you determine how much it will cost to heat your home. A higher rating will save you money on your energy bills. It’s more bang (or heat) for your buck.

Call (209) 946-5796 today for home heating service in Stockton and the surrounding areas.

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