Today’s technology affords Bolls Heating and Cooling the ability to engineer systems that give customers the best of both worlds: uncompromised comfort on every level and unbelievable efficiency with minimal environmental impact. If you plan to upgrade, remodel or build a custom home, please call or email us for more information.
Dual Fuel – Hybrid Heat
Combining the heat pump with a gas/oil furnace gives you the ability to very efficiently heat your home. The heat pump runs primarily in mild winter weather, thereby reducing gas consumption. The gas furnace is used as a backup heat source when outdoor temperatures drop below a heat pump’s optimum heating capacity.
Geothermal Heat Pump
Geothermal heat pumps use less energy than traditional heat pumps to heat and cool spaces, as they utilize the constant temperature of the earth to efficiently absorb or remove heat from the refrigerant cycle. The cost of installation is returned in energy savings after a few years. New residential geothermal heat pump installations are available to bring this green, energy-efficient technology to your home.
Chilled Water Cooling
By installing a Chilled Water System or “Chiller”, Bolls Heating and Cooling is able to use chilled water to cool your home. This allows Bolls Heating and Cooling to design a system that is flexible; able to deliver the right amount of cooled water needed to cool only the zones that need it, while at the same time being able to deliver cooling under the most extreme conditions. This technology has been used in commercial buildings for decades, but it has recently been scaled for use in the residential market. This is the most efficient way to cool large, multi-zone homes or offices.
Tankless Water Heaters
Often referred to as direct-fired water heaters, these systems heat water upon demand. There are no “stand-by” losses that are associated with maintaining large quantities of hot water in a traditional water heater tank. The tankless heater can provide constant hot water for back-to-back showers or filling up a large bathtub. Proper engineering and installation of tankless water heater systems is very important to ensure proper operation.
Ductless Mini-Split Systems
Available in heat pump or a/c only, mini-split systems use digitally controlled compressors and fans with multiple air temperature sensors to provide comfort and efficiency throughout a wide range of indoor and outdoor conditions. These systems are great for sun-rooms, basements, kitchens and supplemental air conditioning. These systems are whisper quiet and ultra efficient.
Ultra Efficient Boilers
Modern boilers use variable fired burners that use up to 93% of the energy they consume to heat your home. These boilers can adjust the water temperature to correctly compensate for the outdoor temperature, zone temperatures and heating demands of the house. They can also simultaneously provide endless amounts of domestic hot water through the use of boiler-fired water tanks.
Solar Assist Hot Water
Harness the energy of the sun to pre-heat your domestic hot water 24 hours a day by using simple low profile solar panels, pumps and storage tanks. These systems can be installed and arranged in many ways, depending on your needs. By pre-heating water, your water heater (tankless or storage type) will not have to work as hard to heat your domestic hot water; speeding recovery times, saving energy and lowering utility bills! Water used for pools, hot tubs, and hydronic heating systems can also take advantage of pre-heated supply water to increase efficiency.
High Velocity Systems
No matter when your home was built or what its physical configurations are, installing the Unique Indoor Comfort System is always a possibility. Authorized Unique Indoor Comfort System contractors have installed thousands of these systems across the country and in Canada, in homes that were built without central air conditioning and in homes where existing systems have proven inadequate. There’s a Unique Indoor Comfort System solution for your home–let us show you.
The Unique Indoor Comfort System requires little to no remodeling. Its flexible ducts snake through and around existing construction. There are no unsightly, rigid or cumbersome ducts. The compact Unique Indoor Comfort System air conditioner can be installed in the attic, basement or even in a closet, allowing it to meet almost any challenge. The unique airflow is quiet and through aspiration delivers even, draft-free temperatures, while removing up to 30% more humidity than traditional air conditioning. The architectural integrity or your home will be preserved when the Unique Indoor Comfort System is installed.