Residential Electric Heating Systems
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Renovating your home or just looking to warm it up a little? Considering switching your gas heating system to electrical? Think there's something wrong with your electric heating system and need the eyes of a pro to help figure it out? Burnett Electrical Contracting, LLC. is here for you!
With our collective experience in the industry and background of education, the certified residential electricians at Burnett Electrical Contracting, LLC. know their stuff when it comes to electric home heating systems.
Electric heating became the popular options at the end of the 20th century, and since then it's still the go-to choice for clean and eco-friendly air, low-maintenance ownership, and energy savings. Give us a call to help you out with your heating needs.
We'll Work on Any System
When it comes to electrical heating systems, there's no "one size fits all". Some homeowners choose to go with one type of electrical heating throughout their home, while others mix and match depending on the room that's being heated.
No matter what type of system you have, we can work on it. From installation, to maintenance, and repairs, we know your system inside and out!
Baseboard heaters can be used as a supplemental heating source, or as the main heat source in your home. At Burnett Electrical Contracting, LLC., we can add these to just about any room of your house that you feel isn't quite meeting expectations in terms of warmth.
Baseboard heaters can have wiring issues like any other electrical appliance, and sometimes don't work as well due to thermostat problems, and improper cleaning. To determine what's really causing your heater not to work, get an expert opinion from a Burnett Electrical Contracting, LLC. electrician.
Do you like the idea of heated floors? Well, that's radiant floor heating. This type of electrical heating is best installed during construction but can be implemented after as well with the right techniques. Because of being sandwiched beneath your flooring the extra insulation makes this an energy efficient choice. However, the same benefit can become an issue if there are problems. Radiant heating, especially hydronic (involving water) should be looked at as quickly as possible if you sense something is wrong.
A heat pump does exactly what it sounds like. It pumps warm air from outdoors into your home. It can also cool your home, by doing the exact opposite!
If your heat pump isn't working properly, it can be tough to figure out the root of the problem, and many issues could seem like something else at first. Give Burnett Electrical Contracting, LLC. a call- we'll determine the true cause, and make sure it doesn't happen again!