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While most people use the generic term “furnace” when they’re talking about their home heating system, there’s actually a difference between a furnace and a boiler. Simply put, furnaces heat air and boilers heat water.
Generally speaking, if your home is already built and you’ll be upgrading your heating system, you may find it makes sense to replace your equipment with the same type of system you’re currently using. This will allow you to replace only the equipment that needs upgrading while continuing to use the parts of your system that don’t need replacing.
Due to advanced technology, propane appliances are popular because they're extremely energy efficient, and may help you save on annual energy costs. Propane is also a “green” energy, approved in the 1990 Clean Air Act because it produces significantly fewer greenhouse gas emissions compared to many other energy sources. Perhaps best of all, propane can fuel your entire house—including your water heater, clothes dryer, stove and even the grill on your deck.
If you’re building a new home, our Residential Energy Advisor can help you choose a system that works best for your lifestyle and energy-saving goals. Every boiler and furnace installation includes a free initial year of the SharePlus Service Plan, which covers the cost of your first tune-up.
When you request a free estimate, our Residential Energy Advisor will guide you through every step of the process: from deciding whether propane or heating oil is the right choice for your family, to discussing which brand and model system to install—and even helping identify the most current government tax credits and manufacturer rebates.