Heating Products and Services

Heating Services

With over 70 years experience, IPH offers a comprehensive list of heating services to our customers:

  • Furnace tune-up or repair
  • Furnace installation
  • Heat pump tune-up or repair
  • Heat pump installation
  • Broken furnace
  • Furnace filter replacement
  • Gas fitting
  • Indoor air quality
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Keep Your Furnace in Tiptop Shape

Change your filters

You should change your furnace filters on a regular schedule. We recommend checking them quarterly and changing your furnace filters as necessary or about twice per year, depending on the activity in your home.

Keep the furnace area clear

Keep the area around your furnace clean and unobstructed. Do not store combustible material such as paint thinners, gasoline, etc. near your furnace. Do not have anything combustible within six inches of your vent pipe. Also, be sure to keep the burner area of your furnace clean.

Call the experts

Furnaces that require lubrication on the motors and bearings should be attended to by a qualified heating technician once a year. Other things IPH technicians check include the fan belt, pressure switch ports, heat exchanger, condensate pump, burner shut down, and more.

Keep the registers open

Do not close off more than 20% of the registers and vent covers in your house. Closing all of the registers can cause high resistance and unnecessary heat build up in the furnace. It’s best to keep them open.

Service your boiler

Have your boiler serviced regularly, to avoid faulty functionality and the production of poisonous carbon monoxide. Most heating engineers are very busy in the winter months, so we suggest you get your appliances serviced before the cold weather sets in.

Add corrosion inhibitor

Keep your boiler or geothermal heating system clean inside by adding some corrosion inhibitor. Doing this will add years to the life of the system and will improve overall functionality.

 

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Heating Products

As a Premier Lennox Dealer, Interior Plumbing & Heating recommends Lennox products for your home. Lennox products are high quality and energy efficient. Check out the links below to compare Lennox furnaces and heat pumps.

Compare Lennox Furnaces  

Compare Lennox Heat Pumps

How a Heat Pump Works - by Lennox

A heat pump may look like an air conditioning unit, but in fact it provides even more functionality. In warm weather, a heat pump will act like an air conditioner by removing heated air from your home. In the cooler seasons, it will reverse and bring heated air into your home. Heat pumps are commonly hooked into a gas furnace, where the heat pump brings in heated air, and the furnace blows that heated air throughout your home.

For all Your Heating Needs

IPH can help.