When you’re looking for a way to heat your Milton, DE, home, you have options. Each heating method available can keep your home comfortable and warm during the cold winter months. Each also offers a long list of benefits. Two of the most popular choices are gas furnaces and heat pumps. Read on to learn which would work best in your home.

Gas Furnaces

Since the energy crisis of 2001, natural gas has become an even more popular choice when it comes to heating homes and businesses across the United States. Depending on the type of system you’ve used in the past, the EPA reports that a conversion to gas-powered options can save you up to $750 per year.

Gas heat can produce air at the register that’s roughly 110 degrees. That’s significantly higher than your body temperature. The high temperatures offered by gas heating are great for combating the cold temperatures of a Delaware winter.

Heat Pumps

One of the primary benefits of a heat pump is its versatility. Even though the word “heat” is in the name, heat pumps also provide cool air for your home when summer comes around. While gas furnaces are only designed to heat your home, heat pumps can heat and cool it.

There are also homeowners who are leery of relying on natural gas to heat their homes. Heat pumps run solely on traditional electricity and don’t carry with them the worry often associated with the combustion of natural gas.

Whatever heating method you choose, our team of professional service technicians can help keep your home warm this winter. Call Alltemp Air today to find out what your heating options are and about our services that keep your home comfortable and efficient. We’ll make sure you maximize every dollar you spend on energy this winter.

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