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E & D Company

Garage Heaters


When winter hits, there's one area that we often wish was warmer than it is; the garage.  If you have a detached garage that houses your vehicles or workshop, you may want to consider looking at a garage heater.  These can not only make the air in the building warmer and more comfortable, but it can actually help when it comes to warming up the car or truck in the morning.  We offer a wide selection of electric and gas garage heating systems.

Packaged Units


Our complete line of packaged systems includes: Packaged Air Conditioners, Packaged Gas Furnaces and Air Conditioners, Packaged Heat Pumps and Packaged Hybrid Heat. These self-contained systems are located outside of the home, mounted on the ground or the roof, and ducted into the home.

Boilers


If your home has hot water radiators in each room for heat, you have a boiler to heat the water.  Like a furnace, the energy efficiency of a boiler is given as the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE).  Boilers manufactured since 1992 must have an AFUE of at least 80%. We offer a complete line of gas and oil boilers starting at 80% AFUE and up. 

Hybrid Heat


With a traditional heating and cooling system, if you wanted to save more, you had to use less.  But a Hybrid Heat system combines the benefits of intelligent control for both gas and electric heating to create an intuitive system that can actually react to changing conditions. No matter what the temperature is outside, a Hybrid Heat system will automatically select the fuel source most efficient for your home, which means you'll stay warm in the winter, cool in the summer and save money all year long.

Ductless Systems


Ductless Mini-Split Systems ENERGY STAR certified ductless heating and cooling systems are highly efficient products that deliver warm or cool air directly into different zones in your home, instead of routing it through ducts first. You may also hear them called mini-split, multi-split, or variable refrigerant flow (VRF) heat pump systems. They are an increasingly popular, cost-effective solution to replace inefficient baseboard electric heating and window air conditioners in older homes. They are also used in new construction, home additions, multi-family (condo or apartment) housing, and to improve comfort in poorly heated or cooled rooms.

Oil Furnaces


Our oil furnaces use no.2 fuel oil burned in a sealed chamber to heat an exchanger. Just like gas furnaces, oil furnaces also carry AFUE ratings and start at 80% AFUE.

Heat Pumps


Heat pumps are a great solution for your home comfort system because they work to provide both heating and cooling.  Heat pumps have SEER ratings like air conditioners and Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) ratings for measuring heating efficiency.  Higher SEER and HSPF ratings mean greater energy savings. Heat pumps are a very efficient alternative to electric heat.  A heat pump works the same as an air conditioner in the summer, but it runs in reverse in the winter to heat your home.  The system will be matched with a backup heating source, most often electric heat, for those extremely cold days of winter. Just like our air conditioners, many of our heat pumps have advanced features, such as 2-stage compressors and variable speed fan operation. These features not only improve the comfort level of your home, but can provide additional energy savings as well.

Fan Coils


The fan coil is the indoor component of a heat pump system.  It includes the fan and the heating/cooling coil.  The fan coil is designed for a particular refrigerant, so it must be matched with the heat pump or air conditioner. We offer many fan coils with variable and multi-speed features that can provide enhanced indoor comfort by slowly ramping up to your thermostat setting rather than simply turning on at full speed.  This alleviates the "cold air blow" often associated with single speed fan coils, and dramatically reduces system noise.

Gas Furnaces


Today's new high efficiency furnaces can save up to 50% in operating costs over a ten-year-old furnace.  Many 1990 and earlier model furnaces have Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) ratings of 65% or less.  The minimum AFUE rated furnace that can be sold in the United States today is 80%. Our current product offering starts at 80% AFUE and goes all the way to a very efficient 96.6% AFUE rating.  Depending on your average usage, higher AFUE rated furnaces can significantly reduce your gas bill. We offer many furnaces with variable and multi-speed features that can provide enhanced indoor comfort by slowly ramping up to your thermostat setting rather than simply turning on at full speed.  This alleviates the "cold air blow" often associated with single speed furnaces, and dramatically reduces system noise.

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