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Deck Your Home With a New Heating System

Unwrap Our Different Heating Solutions

Oh, the weather outside is frightful. But, with a heating system from Swanton, your home is so delightful. The trick is choosing the right heating system.

Here’s your chance to unwrap our three different heating solutions and how they can guide you toward unwavering home comfort.

Furnaces

A furnace is a powerful heating solution that will heat up the coziness of your home in an energy- and cost-efficient manner. This system keeps your home warm and plays a vital role in circulating the air to keep it fresh. Why is this important? Fresh air is significantly easier to heat than stale air. By adding a furnace to your home, you’ll receive a cozier and healthier indoor space and lower energy bills.

A furnace:

  • Reduces energy consumption
  • Adds value to the resale price
  • Improves your indoor air quality
  • Delivers constant and consistent warmth from room to room
  • … And so much more!

Boilers

A boiler takes a different route to home comfort than other systems. Rather than relying on ducts like a forced air system, a boiler relies on hot water to heat your home. Water is heated inside the tank. Once it reaches the right temperature, the H2O is sent through your home’s network of pipes. The heat then radiates into your home, delivering a difference in comfort you can feel—with whisper-like precision.

By relying on radiant heating, a boiler delivers reliable warmth and super hot benefits. While a forced air system sends warm air through air ducts to your home’s living spaces, boilers rely on your home’s water pipes to disperse heat. As a result, little heat is lost and plenty of energy is retained. In addition to providing superior energy efficiency, boilers eliminate hot and cold spots to create uniform heating from room to room. Plus, water retains more heat for a long period of time. And, unlike air, water can be precisely controlled and measured.

Heat Pumps

A heat pump doesn’t just guide your home toward coziness in the winter. It also keeps you cool during the summer. That’s because a heat pump moves heat instead of generating it. This unique way of doing its job allows a heat pump to act as a heating and cooling solution.

Here’s how it works: In the summer, a heat pump pushes warm air out of your home, leaving behind the chilled relief you crave. In the winter, a heat pump extracts heat from the outside air and shuttles it inside, allowing you to snuggle up in cozy warmth.

A heat pump isn’t just versatile. It’s also energy efficient and one of the most affordable systems on the market. This heating solution:

  • Provides you with more control over your home comfort
  • Adds value to your home
  • Keeps air circulating, which fosters healthier indoor air quality
  • … And so much more!

Let’s Give This Heating Season a Warmer Welcome!

At Swanton, we know that installing a new heating system is an investment. However, if you’re wise, you’ll contact us online or call us at 732-889-5577 for a new system before the holiday season wraps up. Otherwise, you’ll miss out on our “holly”-day deals.

For a limited time, with your high efficiency heating system upgrade, you’ll receive a free Ecobee WiFi thermostat. You’ll also be eligible for a $750 state and utility rebate. Plus, you can choose a $300 Swanton instant rebate or a FREE one-year service plan to keep your unit in tip-top shape!

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