Heating

Hot Air Furnaces

Forced hot air systems continue to grow in popularity because the ductwork used for heating can also be used to cool your home with a central air conditioning system. These systems share some other common components as well, including the air handler that circulates air throughout your home. Because of this, these systems are under constant use and require maintenance or replacement.

Homes heated with furnaces generally benefit from indoor air quality components. Whole-house humidifiers will make your home more comfortable, making the air feel warmer. They also help prevent the shrinking and cracking of hardwood floors. Even dry skin issues can be elevated by air humidifiers.

Dust allergies?

One other common issue with furnaces is the air movement can cause more dust particles to become airborne. Ask one of our service experts about duct cleaning and air system purification equipment.

Furnace Repair vs. Furnace Replacement

How old is your furnace? If it is more than 20 years old, you are not benefitting from the latest fuel-efficient furnace technology. This means replacing an older unit may actually be less expensive than making repairs. Contact Standard Oil today to learn about state-of-the-art furnace equipment that can trim 20% or more off your yearly heating bills.

Our team of certified technicians has installed thousands of furnaces and we are certified to provide service for all major brands, including American Standard, Rheem and ThermoPride. Contact the furnace experts at Standard Oil today.