Winters in the Delmarva Peninsula require an effective, efficient, and reliable heating system. The cost of ideal year-round temperature control can add up to a considerable cost. At Bay-Care Heating & Air, we believe in a Whole Home approach. Our understanding and awareness of every aspect of the thermal envelope ensures smart decisions. From fixing issues with energy waste to choosing the ideal type of heating system and properly sizing the unit, we maximize rewards and return on investment.
Do You Have Questions About Your Heating System?
We are happy to explore options, explain the benefits of each, and help you determine the right fit for your home, budget, lifestyle, and expectations. Combining more than 50 years of on-the-job experience, our qualified technicians are well-versed in all possibilities and challenges. We know what works, what lasts, and how to keep you comfortable without draining your bank account. Specializing in Bryant brand heating systems, we offer a versatile, highly efficient selection of heating innovations and installation done right across Dagsboro, Millsboro, and the surrounding areas.
Bay-Care Heating & Air Has the Answers
Some of the many heating options available include:
- Furnaces – Forced air heating systems are known for their energy efficiency and can quickly raise the indoor temperature, achieving comfort in no time. Today’s generation of furnaces include air filters that help to improve indoor air quality and offer the possibility of zoning, allowing homeowners to control and customize temperature room by room.
- Heat Pumps – Gaining popularity due to energy efficiency and environmental responsibility, heat pumps work by transferring heat from the outdoors to the indoors during the winter months and reversing operation to provide cooling in the summer. Modern heat pumps are highly energy-efficient, combine heating and cooling capabilities in one unit and produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions.
- Hybrid Heating Systems – A combination of a traditional furnace and a heat pump, a hybrid heating system automatically switches between the two heating components based on outside weather conditions and the home’s requirements. As the more energy-efficient option, the heat pump operates the majority of the time. When the temperature drops, the furnace takes over. Energy efficiency, environmental responsibility and long-term cost savings make this option especially attractive.