Furnace Installations and Repairs

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A furnace heats your home by circulating warm air through a duct system. Heat is generated through a fuel source, usually natural gas, propane, or electricity, and then distributed throughout your home. Technological advances in recent years have led to furnace designs that provide homeowners with a variety of efficiency options.

We can help you find a furnace that will heat your home and keep your family comfortable. When you need a furnace installation or repair, turn to the professionals at BGE HOME. We can help you find the furnace that's right for your home and provide you with a free estimate.

Furnace Installation

If it's time to replace your old system, let the professionals at BGE HOME help you find the furnace that will keep your family comfortable all winter long. Your new, energy-efficient furnace will be installed quickly and professionally by our team of skilled and certified technicians.

Furnace Repairs

When your furnace goes on the fritz during the winter, you need it fixed right away. Our technicians are available for emergency furnace repairs, and will arrive on time and in uniform. Plus, if you need regular maintenance, our technicians will make sure your furnace is ready to keep your home toasty warm throughout the season.

How It Works: Furnaces

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Most Maryland homes with a split system will have an indoor furnace unit. On a furnace, the primary components are the burner, the heat exchanger, the blower and the flue. The burner will use a fuel source to generate heat, typically natural gas, propane, oil or electricity. The heat created by the burner will warm the heat exchanger.

Once the heat exchanger is ready, a blower will begin moving air through the system. Cool air will be pulled into the air duct system, pass through the heat exchanger to be heated and redistributed through the air duct system. During the process, any gaseous byproducts of combustion will be exhausted to the outdoors through the flue. The process of pulling cool air into the system to be heated and redistributed is continuous.

Click the image for an interactive demonstration of how a split heating and air conditioning system works.

Efficiency & Savings: Furnaces

When evaluating your furnace options, the efficiency and potential cost savings are important variables to consider in your purchase decision. Furnace equipment with today's technology is far more efficient than models five or ten years ago. Try the AFUE savings tool below to determine the potential payback for upgrading to a high-efficiency replacement furnace.

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