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1787 Williams Drive Marietta, GA 30066
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Atlanta Heating Systems

While winter in Atlanta isn't anything like those experienced in northern cities like Boston or Minneapolis, residents of the ATL don't have to be reminded that an efficient and effective heating system comes in handy during the winter months. In fact, record lows in Atlanta are proof that temperatures can fall as low as 10 degrees below zero, and average lows for December through February hover just above freezing. That being said, what is the best heating system for an Atlanta home? Read on to discover your options.

Heating Systems 101
Atlantans actually have more choices when it comes to home heating than most residents realize. Obviously, natural gas powered furnaces are the most popular choice, thanks to a winning combination of cost, availability, and a readily available fuel source. But it's not the only heating system that will work for Atlanta homeowners. Boiler systems, active solar heating, radiant floor heating, and high-efficiency wood and pellet burning stoves are all suitable alternatives. Here's the breakdown of what you have to choose from, along with any glaring benefits or drawbacks.

  • Furnaces—If your home already has a forced air furnace, replacing your old model with a newer, energy-efficient one is probably going to be your most cost-friendly option. And if you're building a new home, forced air is also going to be your heating system of choice.

  • Boilers—Boilers heat homes by circulating heated water or steam throughout the home, distributing the heat through individual radiators or baseboard heaters. Similar to furnaces, replacing an older boiler with a more energy-efficient model is your best option if you already have a boiler system in place.

  • Active Solar Heating—Active solar heating is a newer, greener alternative. While there are many types available, the most common type captures heat from the sun in a liquid reservoir, then circulates that liquid to a heat exchanger and blower system that distributes the heat through your house. These systems do require a higher initial investment to install, as well as a backup traditional heating system such as a forced air furnace, since they typically provide only 40 to 60 percent of the heat needed to warm a home comfortably. Once the system is installed however, that 40 to 60 percent is free of charge.

  • Radiant Floor Heating—Radiant floor heating pumps liquid heated by a boiler or water heater through a series of pipes installed within a solid floor (concrete slabs are most common). The heat transfers into the flooring material, then radiates up into the room. Radiant floor heating is more efficient, healthier, and provides a more consistent heat than other options. It's best suited for new builds, however, since the heating system and pipes must be installed when the slab is poured.

  • Wood and Pellet Burning Stoves—Believe it or not, many homeowners are still using wood, pellets, or other bio-mass alternatives, to heat their home. If you do go this route, choose energy-efficient models that maximize the fuel that is burnt. You'll save money on fuel costs, and reduce the level of unused fuel that is exhausted out of the chimney in the form of polluting smoke.

    Energy Savings
    The fact of the matter is that energy saving benefits of high-efficiency heating systems aren't as pronounced in warmer climes as they are in colder ones, but that doesn't mean that purchasing your new heating system in Atlanta with energy efficiency in mind is a bad idea. Higher energy efficiency will still help save you money on your monthly utility bills, though homeowners in the ATL should keep in mind that top-of-the-line energy efficient systems probably aren't justified when you look at things from an investment/return standpoint. In that regard, Atlanta homeowners are better off choosing an energy-efficient model that is a little more middle of the road. These models don't cost quite as much as premium heating systems in Atlanta, but they are still a huge improvement over older models when it comes to energy efficiency, and have a greater chance of paying for themselves over time.

    Finally, proper installation, sizing, and fine-tuning are just as important when it comes to an efficient, operating heating system as the heating unit itself. Talk to a contractor who specializes in installing the heating system of your choice to ensure that your heating system in Atlanta will operate as smoothly as possible heating your Atlanta area home.

  • Recent Job Requests for Heating & Furnace Systems Contractors in Atlanta, GA


    New Lead
    Project: Install or Replace a Heat Pump
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Date: 07/19/2018
    Install or Replace: Replacing old
    Heat pump type wanted: Air source
    Heating System Type: Electric-fired forced air (central heating)
    What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence
    Property Owner: Yes
    Desired Project Start Date: Unsure about timing
    Comment: I have a basement remodel plan which xxxx require the HVAC unit to be moved or replaced as it moves to the other side of the basement /garage. I need unit recommendations, duct work rearrangement , etc.

    New Lead
    Project: Install or Replace Ductwork
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Date: 07/17/2018
    Type of Ductwork Project: Replace existing ductwork
    Type of System: Electric-fired forced air (central heating)
    Number of rooms/areas needing registers: 2 - 5
    What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence
    Property Owner: Yes
    Desired Project Start Date: Tomorrow
    Comment: I have weak airflow. in the summer the rooms are hot and cold in the winter. Ducts might need to be reinstalled.

    New Lead
    Project: Install or Replace a Heat Pump
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Date: 07/16/2018
    Install or Replace: Replacing old
    Heat pump type wanted: Air source
    Heating System Type: Electric-fired forced air (central heating)
    Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
    Desired Completion Date: 1 - 2 weeks
    What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence
    Property Owner: Yes
    Comment: We are looking to update our AC in our house.

    New Lead
    Project: Install or Replace a Heat Pump
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Date: 07/16/2018
    Install or Replace: Replacing old
    Heat pump type wanted: Air source
    What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence
    Desired Project Start Date: Two days from now
    Comment: Replace 2 ton heat pump system in Condo that is about 25 yrs old. It is on 4th floor of a 4 story Condominium building. The elevator allow taking units up to 4th floor & opening on 4th floor to rooftop to get to the units. Quote for both inside & outside systems.

    New Lead
    Project: Install Oil Furnace / Forced Air Heating System
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Date: 07/16/2018
    Kind of Heating System: Natural gas fired
    Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
    Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible

    New Lead
    Project: Install Natural Gas or Propane Furnace / Forced Air Heating System
    Location: ATLANTA, GA
    Date: 07/16/2018
    Request Stage: Ready to Hire
    Desired Completion Date: Within 1 week
    Comment: thermostat install or replace

    New Lead
    Project: Repair Natural Gas or Propane Furnace / Forced Air Heating System
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Date: 07/14/2018
    What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence
    Is this an emergency?: No
    Nature of Work: Repairs, Installation, Assembly
    Amount of work: A single project
    Request Stage: Ready to Hire
    Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible

    New Lead
    Project: Install Natural Gas or Propane Furnace / Forced Air Heating System
    Location: ATLANTA, GA
    Date: 07/13/2018
    Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
    Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible

    Project: Install or Replace a Heat Pump
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Date: 07/12/2018
    Install or Replace: Installing new
    Heat pump type wanted: Want recommendation
    Heating System Type: Gas-fired forced air (central heating)
    Request Stage: Ready to Hire
    Desired Completion Date: 1 - 2 weeks
    What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence
    Property Owner: Yes
    Comment: I live in a high-rise condominium with a heat pump system. An electrician told me my unit may just need a low-voltage transformer. Currently it has a Honeywell AT150B1062 240V transformer. Anyway, I travel a lot. I may use the AC unit during the summer months. I would like to use it now, but it will not turn on. I recently swapped the thermostat to one with an app to control the temperature with my iPhone. It did not work. I went back to the original thermostat. It did not work. I bought a new conventional thermostat, it did not work. The electrician came to check on the thermostats and concluded there is a problem with my AC unit.

    Project: Install Natural Gas or Propane Furnace / Forced Air Heating System
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Date: 07/12/2018
    Kind of Heating System: Want Recommendation
    What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence
    Nature of Project: Install new central heating system
    Age of Heating Equipment: Don't Know
    Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
    Desired Completion Date: Within 1 week
    Property Owner: Yes
    Comment: wanting to move the heat from the attic to the rest of the house

    Unscreened Heating & Furnace Systems Contractors in Atlanta

    JB Heating & Air
    2715 Mill Lake Way
    Morrow, GA 30260
    Affordable Comfort Heating & Air
    115 Franklin Farms Circle
    Fayetteville, GA 30214
    The Middlebrooks Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.
    2112 Stanton Rd.
    East Point, GA 30344
    Virtual Technician
    1350 Stampmill St.
    Lawrenceville, GA 30043
    Carroll Electric
    2941 Harlan Dr.
    East Point, GA 30344
    American Mechanical Heating and Air Conditioning
    630 Somerset Vale Drive
    Lawrenceville, GA 30044
    Baldwin Heating
    229 Emerald Cove Lane
    Woodstock, GA 30189
    Alliance Electrical Group, Inc.
    342 Woodbrook Crest
    Canton, GA 30114