Oil Furnaces

Oil furnace service.

Oil Furnaces

Dana’s Heating & Cooling has understood the value of oil heat ever since our founding in 1997 as a one-man shop dealing in oil furnaces.

We have an established and unparalleled track record in oil furnace installation, repair, maintenance here in Washington. When it comes to oil furnaces, we are second to none in providing the best solution for your heating needs.

Our certified, trained experts keep abreast of new trends, techniques, and technology in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) industry. We are a company you can trust to help you achieve an unmatched level of comfort in your Bremerton home.

Why Buy an Oil Furnace?

Oil furnaces are popular in areas where natural gas is not readily available. For someWashington homeowners, heating with oil is a preferred choice because it is safe, reliable, and significantly cleaner than it ever was.

The heating oil industry has reduced the sulfur content in home heating oil and has created new fuel blends that go easy on the environment. Oil furnaces work in tandem with an oil storage tank installed inside or outside your Bremerton home. Talk to one of our professionals for more details if you are looking for a new furnace.

Oil Furnace Installation

If you are new to oil heating or have not upgraded your equipment in some time, relax. Our team will walk you through everything you need to know about oil furnaces and other product options. A well-maintained oil furnace can last upwards of 20 years and can be paired with an air conditioner (AC), as well as other HVAC equipment such as a heat pump to maximize efficiency.

In a dual-fuel system, a furnace and a heat pump work as a team to heat your home, with the heat pump serving as your primary heating source. If outdoor temperatures drop too low to allow the heat pump to work efficiently, the furnace kicks in. It continues working until the outdoor temperature rises, enabling the heat pump to take over.

You can trust our HVAC team at Dana’s Heating & Cooling to expertly install an air handler to work in conjunction with your heat pump. Air handlers help move and distribute the heated air throughout your house. If you need help financing your new oil furnace, we can help with that as well.

How Much Money Can a New Oil Furnace Save You?

Our AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency) energy savings calculator can help determine how much you could save on your utility bills. Simply enter your current unit’s AFUE value and compare it to a newer, more efficient system. You can even customize it to better match your home’s system for a more accurate calculation.

Oil Furnace Repair

If you hear an odd sound coming from your furnace or it is blowing cold air, call us right away. A funny odor, smoke, or soot are signs of a potential furnace malfunction.

You never want to ignore potential problems with your HVAC equipment that may worsen and become more costly. Our professionals at Dana’s Heating & Cooling will promptly assess the situation and offer solutions to keep you healthy, comfortable, and safe.

Oil Furnace Maintenance

Maintaining your oil furnace is key to extending its service life. Our heating and cooling specialists can clean your furnace and perform a multipoint inspection before the heating season begins, ensuring your HVAC equipment runs at peak efficiency on those cold winter nights.

Ask about our preventative HVAC maintenance program, our Ultimate Savings Agreement (USA). It will keep your furnace in top shape while saving you money on repairs.Washington homeowners take great pride in their property—by maintaining your HVAC system, you not only add comfort to your home but will also add value to your property. It will also keep you compliant with your manufacturer’s warranty.

FAQs

How does a furnace work?
Furnaces are often the main heat source in a home. They work by heating air within a heat exchanger, and once the air reaches a certain temperature, a blower distributes the warm air throughout your ductwork to heat your home evenly.

What is an air handler?
An air handler is the indoor unit of an indoor/outdoor HVAC system. The device circulates warmed or cooled air produced by the outdoor unit—the heat pump or air conditioning unit. Since both indoor and outdoor units work in sync to heat or cool your home, both units must be in proper working order. When an air handler's fan is properly matched with the coil or heat exchanger, you will enjoy total comfort, maximum efficiency, and extended system life.

What is an energy-efficient furnace?
Did you know the higher the AFUE rating, the more efficient the furnace runs? Using less fuel is a smart choice for not only your wallet but the environment as well. When looking at a furnace with an AFUE rating of 95 percent, keep in mind you will quickly see a return on your investment through improved comfort, healthier indoor air quality, and lower energy bills. And you help out the environment.

How can I keep my furnace running efficiently?
Along with scheduling annual maintenance with our HVAC experts, always remember to change your air filter. Regularly changing the air filter helps capture particles in the air, allowing your system to operate more efficiently.

Call Your Furnace Experts Today

Dana’s Heating & Cooling here in Bremerton ,Washington, has been specializing in oil furnaces for over two decades. Our team of experts understands all the nuances of oil furnaces and how to care for them properly so they keep you and your loved ones comfortable and warm. Whether you are ready to replace your older furnace with a newer model, need a part repaired, or want to schedule a tune-up, call us at 360.226.7369 or request service online today to schedule an appointment.

Need Oil Furnace Service?

Contact the experts at Dana's Heating.

Call us at 360.226.7369!