Memphis Boiler Specialists!
Precision Air Conditioning and Heating can provide you with oil and gas boiler/furnace installation, repair and maintenance. Did you know that most old boilers operate at as little as 50% efficiency, and the average Tennessee home boiler in place today operates at only 60% efficiency? New boilers installed by our professional heating contractors offer an 85% efficiency rating, which can often pay for the cost of the new one in just 2 years from money saved on fuel.
New heating systems offer environmental and safety advantages, too. Using less fuel and producing fewer toxic by-products of combustion, new boilers reduce the risk of carbon monoxide exposure within the home, and contribute to a cleaner external environment for us all.
At Precision Air Conditioning and Heating, we believe that the best service we can perform for a Memphis area homeowner looking at a possible new boiler installation is to help them properly evaluate their heating requirements, and also consider issues such as air quality.
We help our customers ensure that their new boiler is adequate for your home or business. Finally, installation time is the best time to look at air quality issues, particularly if a home is new or has very tight seals, creating possible negative air flow within the home. Your TAG service technician will study your installation environment and air feed to the furnace and warn of any existing or future problems should you ever want to develop the area around your burner and possibly limit its air input.
Our Memphis Boiler Services
- Memphis Geothermal Heat Pump Basics
As people throughout the world think and take action to preserve the natural environment, most in developed countries are taking a fresh look at how they use energy to heat and cool their homes. Furnaces, boilers and air conditioning units are becoming more efficient. Most, however, rely on fossil fuels. Whether a homeowner looks at…Read More
- What You Should Know About Carbon Monoxide in Memphis
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, tasteless and poisonous gas. It is produced by the incomplete burning of solid, liquid, and gaseous fuels. In technical terms, it is produced by the incomplete oxidation of carbon in combustion. NOTE: CO is NOT the "gas" people sometimes smell in their houses. That odor is actually sulfur.…Read More