Posts Tagged ‘Heating Replacement’

Take a Look Back At Your Heater’s Performance This Year

Monday, March 23rd, 2020

Green Grass? Flowers? We’ll Get There Soon!

When it comes to using our heaters in Southern Vermont, we are definitely not in the clear just yet. While other areas in the country are looking at cold temperatures in the rearview mirror, we’ve still got plenty of chilly days and nights to deal with. The end is close, though, if not quite in sight just yet. That makes now the perfect time to start making an honest assessment of your heating system, its overall performance, and your overall satisfaction with that performance.

We’re not saying that you should only focus on the negative here, of course. It’s possible that you were totally satisfied with your system, as you have been in years past, and a little routine maintenance prior to next season is all you’ll need to get back into it. However, you may also start to realize that things are quite meeting your expectations when it comes to your home heating experience. That’s when you contact us!


Replacing Your Heater? Consider a Heat Pump!

Monday, February 25th, 2019

couple-by-fireChances are that you are ready for winter to be over at this point. It doesn’t matter if you like skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing, etc. Sometimes, enough is enough. And for many, this winter has been enough! The good news is that the worst of the winter weather is likely behind us. That doesn’t mean that there’s not still plenty of cold weather to come before mud season gets underway, though. You need to keep your heater in the rotation for the time being.

Now, that being said, you may want to start looking forward toward a heating replacement. And if you’re thinking about replacing your heater in Woodstock, VT, then you should definitely be thinking about using a heat pump in the future. Heat pumps have come a long way over the years, and they are more viable than ever in even very cold climates. If you’re not certain how a heat pump works, or if you can really trust one to handle the cold in this part of the country, then this blog’s for you! (more…)

Replacing Your Heater This Year?

Monday, August 14th, 2017

house-in-winterAnother humid and wet summer is nearly behind us here in Vermont, and you know what that means. Soon enough, you are going to shut down your AC for the last time of the year and flip on the heat instead. Were you 100% satisfied with the overall performance of your home heating system this past winter? Have you been thinking about replacing your heater with a newer model? If so, now is definitely the time to start thinking about it more seriously.

The last thing that you want to do is wait long enough for the chill of the season to set in before your new heater is in place. When that happens, some homeowners convince themselves that their existing heaters can handle just one more heating season. These very homeowners tend to be the ones that wind up calling us for emergency repairs or even replacements, just when they need their heaters in Bellows Falls, VT the most.  (more…)

Is This the Year to Replace Your Heater?

Monday, January 16th, 2017

Heaters see a lot of action in this part of the country. If your heater seems to be struggling its way through this winter season so far, you may want to start thinking about replacing your heater in Bellows Falls before embarking on another. The last thing that you want to do is to wait for your heater to completely break down before replacing it.

Keep the following points of consideration in mind, and contact us if you think the time is right for a heating replacement. Spring will be here soon enough, and if your heater will make it through the remainder of the winter, we can get a new one in place when the weather warms up. Consider your options, and contact us with any questions that you may have.


Don’t Put Off Your Heating Replacement Any Longer

Monday, October 10th, 2016

Winter can come pretty early in Vermont, and we’re expecting a messier season than we had last year. If you are planning on getting a new heater in place before temperatures really start to drop, now is the time to act. Nighttime temperatures have already dropped to a point that has many homeowners throughout the area running their heaters, and it won’t be long before daytime temperatures follow suit.

A heating replacement in Ludlow, VT is not a service that you should rush into, though. Consider your options carefully before deciding upon which heating system is right for you. If you are on the fence about replacing your heater, here are a few considerations to keep in mind.


Is Now the Right Time to Replace My Heating System?

Monday, May 9th, 2016

We’ve had a pretty unpredictable spring season thus far, as much as it concerns weather patterns. It does seem as though we are finally out of winter’s lingering grasp, though, even if temperatures are still a bit chillier than many of us would like. Now that we find ourselves in between the chill of winter and the real heat of summer, you may be happy to rely less and less on your home heating system. You should not put it out of your thoughts entirely, though, especially if your heater seemed to be gasping at the finish the line this winter. If you are considering a heating replacement in Springfield, VT, now is a great time to schedule that service. (more…)

Getting To Know Your Heating Options in New Hampshire

Monday, March 11th, 2013

If you’re considering a heater replacement in New Hampshire, then you need to know what’s available to you, as well as what’s best for your home. HB Energy Solutions offers a wide range of heating options to customers throughout the area. We cover all aspects of heating installation, repair, and maintenance. We are a full service heating and fuel company, which means we can cover everything for you. Call one of our New Hampshire heating experts at HB Energy Solutions today!

Is it time for a new heater for your home? Let’s take a look at some options.

  • Furnace. The furnace is one of the most common heating options in the Northeast. Your furnace converts energy drawn from a fuel into hot air and distributes the heat through the ductwork in your home.
  • Boiler. The boiler works just like a furnace, but instead of heating air, it heats hot water or steam and distributes it throughout your home by means of baseboard heaters, radiators, or radiant flooring. It can also heat your water, which is an added bonus for many homeowners.
  • Wood or Pellet Stove. A wood stove offers an excellent heating solution to many customers in the New Hampshire area, where wood is a plentiful fuel source. Pellet stoves are another efficient form of heat, and they are also ideal since pellet fuel is available through HB Energy Solutions for customers throughout the area.
  • Pellet Boilers. Available in steel or cast iron and in three sizes, we feature the Pellergy Pellet Boiler here at HB Energy Solutions. They are an efficient and clean-burning heating solution, which burns compressed pellets made form sawdust and sawmilling. Their low moisture content and high density allow for high combustion efficiency.
  • Ductless Split Heat Pumps. As its name suggests, ductless split heat pumps do not use ductwork to transfer heat into your home, but rely on a split system: an outdoor unit and indoor air handler. Ductless systems tend to be highly efficient because ducts tend to account for the majority of heat loss during the winter.

Whatever heating option you select for your home, make sure that it’s appropriately sized to match your heating needs. A professional heating installation makes all the difference. Call HB Energy Solutions for all of your New Hampshire heating installation needs.