Jack Lehr Heating, Cooling & Electric has been specializing in residential and commercial HVAC and electrical services for more than 45 years. We are a local, family-owned business dedicated to providing exceptional service, the highest quality parts and equipment, and superior results.
At Jack Lehr Heating, Cooling & Electric, we know that HVAC and electrical emergencies can happen when you least expect it, including outside of standard business hours. That’s why we offer our customers round-the-clock emergency service to repair any major HVAC or electrical issue.
We tend to hear a lot about “x furnace is objectively much better than y furnace” when we encounter homeowners seeking a new or replacement furnace. But is the information you’re getting factual, or simply the product of a bias? The experts at Jack Lehr Heating, Cooling & Electric are here today to tell you there is no objective “best furnace.” It all comes down to the unique needs of your home and what you personally expect and demand from your heating system.
To help you identify which furnace best suits the needs of you and your home, we would like to help you learn the ups and downs of each individual heating system, starting with an electric furnace.
Considering an electric furnace for your Greater Lehigh Valley home? Contact our experts today and put our unparalleled service and skill to the task!
An electric furnace, obviously enough, uses electricity as its fuel source to generate the heating power you desire to stave off the chills of fall and winter. It generally does not utilize gas, oil, or any other fuel source—though there are some hybrids that do both—relying entirely on your electricity.
Electric heating includes systems such as space heaters, central heating, and portable heating.
Like any other heating system, an electric furnace comes with some particular benefits unique to the system, including:
Also like any other system, there are some caveats that should be taken into consideration as well. An electric furnace:
If you’re still undecided on which type of furnace to buy, just remember: Electric furnaces are safer and more cost-effective upfront and require an easily accessible power source, but can be costly to run despite being energy-efficient. Gas furnaces as more expensive upfront and gas may not even be accessible in your home, but gas furnaces tend to cost less to run. So, is an electric heater what you’re looking for in your Allentown home? Very possibly! It’s all about finding the solution that suits you specifically.
Having trouble deciding? No problem! Contact the professionals at Jack Lehr to get the advice and answers you need. We are proud to serve our community and can offer the best skill and service around!