DB Heating Cooling is Here to Help You with Your Heating Needs.
It seems like heaters go out at the worst possible times, leaving your home chilly during the coldest seasons. That’s why it's critical to have a professional heating and air company by your side that will come to your home and handle all your heating and air needs. If you need heating and air services in Pacific Grove, Pebble Beach, Monterey, Carmel, Carmel Valley, Big Sur, Del Rey Oaks, Salinas, Marina, Seaside, CA contact our experts at DB Heating Cooling.
We specialize in forced air heater repair, maintenance, and installation services and can upgrade your heating system for a fair and affordable price. Some of our services include:
- Gas Furnace Repair
- HVAC Maintenance
- Heat Pump Install & Repair
- Wall Heater Install & Repair
- Heater installation
Did You Know There is More Than One Type Of Furnace?
When choosing a furnace, you might think, which one is right for me? The answer is different for each person. Here are somes things to consider when choosing the right furnace for you: How often do you use your heater? For what duration do you use your heater per day or week? What size is your home? And what is your budget?
We want to make it easy for you to choose the best furnace for your home. We make a point to go over all your options, provide you the information on each furnace type, and answer all your questions. Here is some information and answers to commonly asked questions about different types of furnaces and heaters that we offer.
- Standard Efficiency Furnace: Convert roughly 80% of the energy from gas into heat. This option is a great option for the everyday homeowner. It is recognizable by the metal flue on the side. Some heat is lost here, which is one of the reasons causing the unit to keep its standard efficiency but altogether is still a fantastic unit that will heat your home quickly and effectively. This option is great if you are on a tight budget and looking for an affordable option for your home.
- High Efficiency Furnace: Convert 90-97% (depending on the model) of the energy from gas into heat, essentially using less fuel than a standard efficiency furnace. This option is a great option for the homeowner that wants to make an upfront investment or may be concerned with their environmental impact. It is recognizable by the plastic flue on the side and has a secondary heat exchanger . No heat is lost here, which gives this unit its high efficiency. The initial price of a high efficiency furnace is more but on the other hand can save you money by lowering your utility bills by using less energy.
- Wall Heater: Provides heat to the room it occupies