Heatting and Air Conditioning Service in Minster, Ohio
At Gagel's, we sell comfort to help your house become a home. We provide installation & service on the following equipment.
- Gas furnances - natural & propane
- Gas boilers - hot water & steam
- Oil furnances & boilers
- Air - air heat pumps
- Geothermal (water source heat pumps)
Most of our furnaces and boilers and all of our geothermal units feature the EPA's Energy Star label. This voluntary rating system means you receive the highest in efficiency products with maximum utility bill savings.
Commercial Heating and Air Conditioning Service in Minster
Gagel's installs and services a variety of heating systems for different applications in various types of buildings. Depending upon your needs, either of the two following heating systems will out-perform conventional unit heaters.
Geothermal Systems Service in Minster
Geothermal Heating and Cooling, or Geoexchange is an extremely efficient, environmentally friendly way to heat and cool your home or business. Gagel's has installed over 500 geothermal systems in West Central Ohio since 1981. Heating and cooling bills are reduced by an average of 40% to 70% with Geothermal, while reducing the air pollution created by traditional heating and cooling methods.
We install 3 types of Geothermal Systems:
1. Open Loop: a geothermal system that uses ground water from a well or a pond as a heat source.
2. Closed Loop: a geothermal system that uses a loop of buried plastic pipe as a heat exchanger.
3. Direct Expansion: a geothermal system that uses a coil of buried copper tubing as a heat exchanger.
Some Geothermal systems use an Open Loop that collects well water from below the ground. This well water is continually moved from the well to your home and then returned to the ground through one of several environmentally responsible alternatives.
During the winter, the Closed Ground Loop will collect heat from your backyard or pond and carry it to your house. Once inside your home, this heat loop will be mechanically concentrated through a refrigerant cycle. This concentrated heat will then be circulated throughout your house at approximately 100°F, keeping every room in your home warm and comfortable.
And during the summer, this process will be reversed. Your Geothermal system will remove heat from your house and use the refrigerant cycle and ground loop to exchange this heat with the cooler temperature of your yard or pond. Then, your Geothermal system will return cooled air to your home, keeping you and your family comfortable throughout the cooling season.