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Why Burnham?

Burnham has introduced more new, high efficiency products over the last several years. From new Energy Star (R) certified, gas-fired residential boilers to high efficiency oil-fired boilers including advanced design, cast iron boilers along with the industry's best  oil-fired, steam boiler, and the only American-made commercial, three-pass boilers with 89% efficiency and units up to 3.5 million BTU's.

Our Warranties

We offer a free 5 year parts and 2 year labor warranty on all Burnham Steam/Hot Water Boiler Boilers.

No-Risk Installation Guarantee:
Within a 14 month period, if there are any issues with our equipment that we cannot rectify, we'll replace existing equipment or refund parts and labor price.

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Why Mitsubishi?

Mitsubishi Electric brings unmatched energy efficiency, performance and control to home cooling and heating. It’s never been easier to keep everyone in your house comfortable, without spending a fortune on your energy bills.

We provide you with advantages that you won’t find in most traditional cooling and heating systems.

What is a ductless multi-zone comfort solution and how does it work? We explain the solution and show you how it works within a home.

Air Quality

A whole-home system from Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating can help ensure better, fresher air in your home.

Breathe Easier: With features that keep your air clean and your family healthy

Advanced Multi-Stage Filtration: Capture and remove contaminants that trigger allergy and asthma symptoms, spread illness and impact air quality.

Platinum Deodorizing Filter: Available on select systems, Platinum Deodorizing filters use nanotechnology to absorb odors to neutralize the worst smells.

Washable Filters: Washable filters last up to 10 years and give you another way to save money and reduce environmental impact.

Efficiency

Mitsubishi Electric Zoned Comfort Solutions™ help you use the minimum amount of energy needed to maintain your desired indoor temperature. 

Inverter-Compressor Technology: Conventional systems are either on or off. All or nothing. Our compressors ramp up or down based on the needs of each room to maintain comfort and conserve energy.

Zone-by-Zone Control: Control each zone in your home independently and even turn off zones that are not in use.

Energy Star: Many of our systems are ENERGY STAR qualified and may be eligible for federal and state tax credits or local utility rebates.

Hyper-Heating

Mitsubishi Electric has revolutionized heat pumps so that you can take advantage of their high efficiency in any climate—even extreme cold.

Hyper-Heating H2i®: Designed to provide comfortable indoor temperatures in extreme cold-climate conditions (as low as -13° F) while saving energy and money.

Minimal Energy Consumption: INVERTER zoning systems deliver only the amount of hot air needed to achieve the desired temperature: no more, no less.

Warm from the Start: High-rotation-speed INVERTER systems with hot-start technology ensure that you feel warm air immediately.

Whisper Quiet

Our indoor units operate as low as 19dB(A), quieter than a human whisper. Outdoor units operate as low as 58 dB(A)—the level of a restaurant conversation or background music.

No Ducts, No Noise: Ductless solutions and short-run ducted systems deliver cooled and heated air directly to the rooms they serve, without the need for noisy fans.

Quiet by Design: All system components are designed to work in quiet harmony with details like an insulated compressor compartment and vibration dampeners.

No Noisy On and Off: You never have to hear the disruptive clanging of a central air system turning on and off again. With our systems, that noise is a thing of the past.

Smart Controls

With a variety of options to choose from, including our new kumo cloud™ app, Mitsubishi Electric makes it easy to manage your cooling and heating systems from just about any smartphone or tablet, no matter where you are.

Remote Comfort: Remotely adjust your settings so every room in your home is the perfect temperature, avoiding unexpected cold and hot surprises upon your return.

Total Zone Control: RedLINK™ technology allows you to connect up to 16 devices to your cooling and heating system, without interfering with other wireless home devices.

Program Settings: Program schedules for mode and temperature with our kumo cloud app and create reminders to check the status of filters.

Constant Comfort

Mitsubishi Electric Zoned Comfort Solutions™, including our deluxe wall-mounted models, use advanced features like i-see Sensor™ 3D to monitor occupancy in individual zones and adjust the temperature so you are always comfortable.

Zoned Monitoring: Air handlers in each room measure return air and adjust automatically, rather than adjusting to conditions measured by a thermostat in a different room.

I-See Sensor: For select units, i-see Sensor 3D scans the room, detecting occupants’ heat signatures, and adjusts temperature and airflow to maintain temperature and eliminate cold or hot spots.

Inverter Technology: Rather than turning on and off at certain temperature thresholds, INVERTER technology continuously ramps up or down to maintain the desired temperature.

 

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Why Luxaire?

Energy Savings

The annual cost of heating and cooling the average U.S. home is approximately $2,000. Based on recent years, that cost will continue to rise. With an energy-efficient Luxaire® air conditioning or heating system, you don’t have to be part of that statistic. If makes financial sense to calculate how much energy a new Luxaire® home comfort system can save you. The higher the efficiency of your system, the more you’ll save on utility costs. There are standard efficiency ratings that make it easy to compare the performance of different systems. To help you make informed decisions about energy savings, these ratings are explained below.

The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating measures the efficiency of central air conditioners or heat pumps over a theoretical cooling season. It's a simple ratio of the amount of cooling provided by the air conditioner (as measured in BTUs) with the amount of energy the central system consumes — measured in watts/hr. For example, if a system is rated at 16 SEER that actually means it produces 16 BTUs of cooling per watt-hour. But remember, a SEER number is theoretical. Your usage patterns, as well as proper equipment sizing and installation, will determine actual efficiency.

The Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) measures a heat pump’s energy efficiency over one heating season combined with its SEER value over one cooling season. The HSPF formula is slightly more complicated. However, the HSPF rating uses BTU to calculate useful heating output (including electric heat) divided by the total electricity energy the heat pump consumed (in watt/hr.) during the heating season.

The Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) measures average efficiency for furnaces, boilers and water heaters. This is a measure for a theoretical heating season - not including electricity. For SEER, HSPF and AFUE, higher numbers indicate higher energy efficiency. These numbers are then used in two energy rating programs: The ENERGYGUIDE label and the ENERGY STAR® certification.

EnergyGuide Label: Manufacturers of heating and cooling equipment are required to display the EnergyGuide label. This label estimates how much energy the equipment uses, compares energy use of similar products, and gives approximate annual operating costs. Your exact costs will depend on usage, local utility rates and the type and source of your energy.

ENERGY STAR® certification: ENERGY STAR® is a voluntary energy awareness program developed by the U.S. Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Our high-efficiency systems are labeled ENERGY STAR® to identify products that are at least 15% more efficient than standard products.

Get the Right Size Equipment For Optimal Comfort and Energy Savings

In most homes, the heating and cooling system is larger than required. Besides wasting energy, improper size can create uneven temperatures, poor humidity control and maintenance problems over time. Improper installation can reduce system efficiency by up to 30%. Properly sized ENERGY STAR® qualified equipment can easily cut your annual energy bill by hundreds of dollars. Programmable thermostats, like the Luxaire® Acclimate™ Residential Communicating Control with Wi-Fi® can save you even more with improved energy savings, home comfort and peace of mind that your equipment is operating at peak efficiency? Ask your local Luxaire® Dealer about high-efficiency residential products with the ENERGY STAR® label

Award-Winning Products

Luxaire® is continually setting the standard in features and innovation and is proud to have its products recognized for continued advancements in quality, performance, efficiency and reliability.

Best Buy Award

The 2014 Consumers Digest Best Buy Acclimate™ LP9C Gas Furnace

For 50 years, people have trusted Consumers Digest magazine to identify outstanding values in a complex marketplace. That's why we're proud that a Consumers Digest Award was awarded to the Luxaire® Acclimate™ LP9C 33-inch Modulating Gas Furnace. It's the kind of recognition that shows that our high quality means high value for you.

Home Builder Executive 2012 Silver Innovation Award

Home Builder Executive honored Luxaire® heating and cooling products with a Silver Innovation Award. The award recognizes products that provide the quality, reliability, warranty protection and value that new home builders and buyers demand.

ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient Designations 2012, 2013, 2014

The ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient designation recognizes the most efficient products among those that qualify for the ENERGY STAR®. That designation was earned by the Luxaire® Acclimate™ AL8B Split Air Conditioning System and the Acclimate™ HL8B Heat Pump when combined with the Acclimate™ Residential Communicating Control in 2014 and by the Luxaire® Acclimate™ LP9C Modulating Gas Furnace in 2013.

ACH&R News Dealer Design Gold Award

2012 ACH&R News Dealer Design - Gold Award Climasure™ AHR Air Handling Unit

This award is given by leading dealers to products that provide all the features contractors desire in a gas furnace — in this case, including the AHR air handler for versatile application to create a perfect home comfort system.

Warranties

Every Luxaire® system is built with pride according to strict guidelines to provide years of trouble free operation. That’s why our products are backed by some of the best warranties in the business. For example, our Acclimate™ Series Heat Pumps come with a Lifetime Limited Warranty on the compressor and 10-year Limited Warranty on parts. And select LX Series split system air conditioners (TC7, TW4, TC3, TC4, TF4, TF3) come with a 1-year labor limited warranty – if your home comfort system is delivered and does not function, you have peace of mind knowing the repair will be covered at no additional charge, including the cost of labor. Our warranties provide more than minimal coverage. In many cases they lead the industry by covering parts and key mechanical components for longer terms than other manufacturers. Terms and coverage details vary according to the Luxaire® products you own -- see your dealer for details.

Our warranty coverage doesn’t stop there. Your Luxaire® Dealer can provide you with the lasting peace of mind that comes from the best extended protection plan in the industry, the Luxaire® Performance Promise™ Protection Plan. Purchased separately, this plan extends your parts, labor or parts-and-labor warranty for up to ten years - and there are no limits to the number of service calls and repairs that are covered by the policy.

Plus you benefit from these valuable advantages:

  • Protects you against rising repair costs
  • Paid via a one-time payment at time of purchase
  • Worry-free costs of regular business hour service calls
  • Fast and easy access to service from the Luxaire® Dealer who sold you your system
  • The Performance Promise™ Protection Plan is designed to help keep your home comfort system running at peak performance—without expensive repair costs. Protect your investment. Contact your Luxaire® Dealer and ask about the Performance Promise™ Protection Plan today.
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Why Carrier?

Systems that are at home in any home

Your drapes, fabrics and paint colors were all chosen with care to suit your home and tastes. Your heating and cooling system should be just the same. That’s why we offer our innovative products in four configurations. One is sure to meet your needs perfectly.

Split systems

A split system simply means your solution has products that reside both inside and outside your home. In many cases, a split system consists of:

  • Furnace―provides heating and the fan used year round to circulate air
  • Evaporator coil―the indoor component of your outdoor cooling unit
  • Air conditioner or heat pump―works in tandem with the evaporator coil
  • Ducts―carry the conditioned air throughout your home
  • Control or thermostat―your interface for controlling your system
  • Optional air quality accessories―clean, humidify, and freshen air before it circulates throughout your home

Some split systems consist only of an outdoor unit―such as a heat pump or air conditioner―and an inside fan coil. If that’s the case, there’s usually another heat source in the home like baseboard heat or a boiler.

Hybrid Heat® split systems

It’s a smarter version of your standard split system, with an energy efficient twist: In addition to gas furnace heat, this system automatically figures out how to get the best efficiency by also using an electricity-fueled heat pump to provide warmth. Bonus―the heat pump functions in the place of an air conditioner too.

In the warmer, humid climates of the south you might consider a high performance heat pump with a lower efficiency and lower up front cost furnace so you can have the furnace as backup heating on really cold nights, while taking advantage of the high-efficiency heat pump most of the year. A heat pump with a variable-speed compressor matched to a furnace with a variable-speed blower motor can do an amazing job of pulling humidity out of the air in the summer to save money.

Meanwhile, in colder climates, it’s best to pair your heat pump with a high-efficiency furnace. Despite the cold, you might be surprised by just how much mileage―not to mention cost-saving efficiency―you’ll get from a heat pump in the spring, fall and, yes, even winter months.

A Hybrid Heat system includes:

  • Heat pump―provides summer cooling and dehumidification and warmth in cooler seasons
  • Evaporator coil―the indoor component of your outdoor heat pump
  • Furnace―provides heating and the fan used year round to circulate air
  • Ducts―carry the conditioned air throughout your home
  • Control or thermostat―your interface for controlling your system
  • Optional air quality accessories―clean, humidify, and freshen air before it circulates throughout your home

Ductless split systems

As you may have guessed from its name, a ductless split system doesn’t rely on air ducts to spread treated air in your home. Instead, this specialty system is designed to heat or cool room additions or other places that may lack ductwork, such as home theatres, exercise rooms, garages or any other area where the existing system doesn’t quite cut it. Ductless split systems include:

Packaged systems

Some homes just don’t have space inside for a furnace or the coil needed for cooling. That doesn’t mean they can’t be filled with the same comfort and improved air quality of a split system home.

Packaged units tend to all look alike but can do vastly different things:

  • Cool only as an air conditioner
  • Cool and heat as an electric heat pump
  • Cool and heat as a Hybrid Heat® dual fuel system of gas furnace with electric heat pump
  • Cool and heat as a gas furnace with electric air conditioner

As an all-in-one unit, the only other thing you need is a control or thermostat and, of course, ductwork to carry the conditioned air. Additionally you can add air quality accessories if you like. Packaged systems may be located on the exterior of your home, either on a flat rooftop or in the yard.

Geothermal Heat Pump System

Traditional heat pumps do the same thing as air conditioners but in winter, they do it in reverse, drawing their heat energy from the outside air. Geothermal heat pumps don't have to rely on the potentially wide temperature swings of outdoor air. They tap into the relatively consistent and more moderate temperatures of the earth instead. Using your yard, pond or well water, this ingenious technology enables you to enjoy higher energy efficiency inside your home—no matter how extreme the weather gets outside.

There are geothermal systems that can serve homes with ductwork or homes with radiant heat. The radiant heat versions are referred to as hydronic systems and some of those can also provide you with all your hot water needs.

A geothermal system can be used to provide all of your heating and cooling needs or you can pair it with a furnace for a dual fuel heating solution.

Thermostats

You’re zero degrees of separation from the degree you want.

Some people like to dictate every nuance of their climate, from humidity to temperature. Some like remote access to tinker with temperature and save money even when they're not at home. Some like to specify preferences in eight different rooms. And some people simply don't want to have to think about it at all. Which is why our line of thermostats and controls has something for everyone—including you.

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