Winter in Minnesota is known for its extremely cold temperatures. Residential and commercial buildings need reliable and efficient heating systems to keep us comfortable during the long winter months. Of course you need a system that keeps comfortable temperatures, but it’s also important to have good indoor air quality during the long heating season. Adequate fresh air, proper humidity and removal of indoor pollutants can have a big effect on overall health and comfort.
Ditter has decades of experience installing, maintaining and repairing heating systems of all types, including:
- Forced Air Furnaces
- Steam and Boiler Heating Systems
- Heat Pumps and Mini Split Systems
- Whole Home Humidifiers
- Hybrid Systems
- Zoned Heating
- Air Purifiers and Germicidal UV Lamps
- Smart Thermostats
Home comfort systems account for nearly half of the average household energy bill. Having an efficient furnace and air conditioner can bring big savings to the monthly household budget. Factors that affect the energy efficiency of your system include:
Quality of the Equipment. The choice of brand and model has a dramatic impact on your furnace’s monthly energy consumption. Ditter installs Carrier and Lennox furnaces and heating equipment, both known as leaders in the industry for their efficiency and reliability. We’ll help you select the right components to best optimize your home’s indoor environment. If you need a furnace repair, don’t worry about the brand though. We service all makes and models.
Smart Thermostats are programmable to a high degree of efficiency. They adjust heating and humidity based on your schedule and routines. Smart thermostats keep your home warm and comfortable with the least amount of energy. Some models let you control temperature remotely over WIFI or smartphone apps. There are even ones that can tell when no one is home and will adjust the temperature to save energy.
Regular Maintenance has a big impact on the efficiency and longevity of your furnace and other air comfort equipment. It’s very important to change the air filter frequently. Other routine maintenance tasks should be performed by a professional HVAC technician, such as checking seals, inspecting the heat exchanger for cracks, checking for gas leaks, examining electrical connections and other important safety checks.
Ditter performs regular inspections, cleaning and maintenance of the entire heating system at a discount for members of our Maintenance Program.
If your home doesn’t stay warm enough or you have some chilly rooms, it may be time for a tune up or a look at what upgrades make sense for your home. For help, call 763.478.9558 or click here to Schedule an Appointment Now.