When installing a residential or commercial heating system, Miller’s heating pros only uses products of the highest quality, reliability, and efficiency. Here are some of the most commonly used products:
Thermostat – the thermostat is usually the most visible part of your HVAC system. Set on an easily accessible wall, it can be programmed in advance or set manually to keep the home at a desired temperature.
Furnace – the most important component of a traditional HVAC system. It heats a supply of air which is then distributed to various rooms of your home via the HVAC. Heat is generated through one of four possible sources – combustion, electric resistance, heat pump, or solar energy.
Ductwork – this is the system of ducts that transports warm air to the various areas of a home or business. Commonly made of lightweight aluminum, but can also be fashioned from steel, flexible plastic, or fiberglass.
Heat exchanger – the heat exchanger is located inside the furnace and switches on when the furnace is activated by thermostat. The heat exchanger pulls in cool air, heats it, and circulates the air via your ducts.