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Residential Fuel Products

Residential Fuel products are typically used to heat your home.  For all of our residential furl products the minimum delivery is 150 gallons or more.

Commercial Fuel Products

The minimum delivery amount for commercial fuel products is 150 gallons.  Typically these products are for gas stations and other fuel related services.  This also contains products for off-road use vehicles such as tractors or other farm equipment.
 

Boilers

We install boilers from so many manufacturers that we could not list them all.  The manufacturers in this category are the most common manufacturers we deal with; however, we have access to over 1000 different boiler manufacturer's products.

Furnaces

If you do not see a product in this category that you are interested in please give us a call. We have the ability to install so many furnaces that we could not list them all, so we have only listed the most commonly requested systems

Water Heaters

If you do not see a product listed here that you want, please contact us. We have the ability to install so many water heaters that we could not list them all, so we have only listed the most commonly requested systems.

Air Conditioning

If you do not see a product listed here that you want, please give us a call. We have the ability to install so many air conditioners that we could not list them all, so we have only listed the most commonly requested systems.

Base Board Heating

Traditional cast iron radiators are no longer common in new construction, replaced mostly with forced hot water baseboard style radiators. They consist of copper pipes which have aluminum fins to increase their surface area. These conduction boiler systems use conduction to transfer heat from the water into the metal radiators or convectors.

The radiators are designed to heat the air in the room using convection to transfer heat from the radiators to the surrounding air. They do this by drawing cool air in at the bottom, warming the air as it passes over the radiator fins, and discharging the heated air at the top. This sets up convective loops of air movement within a room. If the register is blocked either from above or below, this air movement is prevented, and the heater will not work. Baseboard heating systems are sometimes fitted with moveable covers to allow the resident to fine-tune heating by room, much like air registers in a central air system.

Hydro Air Heating

Hydro Air Heating

Radiant Heating

Underfloor heating uses a network of pipes, tubing or heating cables is buried in or attached beneath a floor to allow heat to rise into the room. Best results are had with conductive flooring materials such as tile. The large surface area of such room-sized radiators allows them to be kept just a few degrees above desired room temperature, minimizing convection. Underfloor heating is more expensive in new construction than less efficient systems. It also is generally difficult to retrofit into existing buildings.

Heat Pumps

A heat pump is a machine or device that transfers thermal energy from one location, called the "source," which is at a lower temperature, to another location called the "sink" or "heat sink", which is at a higher temperature. Thus, heat pumps move thermal energy opposite to the direction that it normally flows. While compressor-driven air conditioners and freezers are examples of heat pumps, the term "heat pump" usually implies devices not dedicated to refrigeration.

Control Units

Central controllers and most terminal unit controllers are programmable, meaning the direct digital control program code may be customized for the intended use. The program features include time schedules, setpoints, controllers, logic, timers, trend logs, and alarms. The unit controllers typically have analog and digital inputs that allow measurement of the variable (temperature, humidity, or pressure) and analog and digital outputs for control of the transport medium (hot/cold water and/or steam).

 

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