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Furnaces

Sales and installation of furnaces in Brockton, Weymouth and surrounding towns in Norfolk and Plymouth Counties, MA

furnacesScott Williams has been delivering heating oil in Norfolk and Plymouth Counties since the 1930s. As our business grew, we saw the need for the installation of quality furnaces, not to mention furnace repair and maintenance.

We’ve been doing this for so long that if you live in Quincy, Braintree, Hingham, Cohasset or communities nearby, there’s a good chance that at least one of the furnaces in your neighborhood was installed by Scott Williams’s furnace experts.

Replace your furnace for greater efficiency and lower energy costs

If your furnace is older, if you have needed repairs in the last few years, or if you are having home comfort problems, contact Scott Williams today for a free no-obligation heating system evaluation. We will conduct a full inspection and determine if you could benefit from an upgrade to a new furnace—one that will not only enhance your home comfort but save you money as well.

Today’s high-efficiency furnaces provide more heat more efficiently than units made decades ago. Higher efficiency means more energy savings, which of course translates into lower energy costs. This is why it pays to learn as much as you can about today’s high-tech heating solutions—and Scott Williams is here to help you, with all the latest information on high-efficiency furnaces, including equipment made by leading American manufacturers.

Repair or replace

Here are some rules of thumb to help you decide whether to replace or repair your furnace.

Replace your system if:

  • it is more than 10 years old and only in average condition.
  • it does not keep you as comfortable as you would like.
  • it breaks down frequently.
  • it is burning too much fuel.
  • you will be living in your home for at least five more years.

Repair your system if:

  • it is less than 10 years old and in good condition.
  • your heating costs have been acceptable.
  • you’re pleased with your level of comfort.
  • its performance is reliable.
  • you will be moving within the next five years.
  • it is still under warranty.

How does a furnace work?

Heat is generated by burning oil inside the furnace. This happens in the combustion chamber, which gets very hot. Air absorbs this heat in the furnace’s heat exchanger. Next, the blower sends the heated air through a system of ducts, and warm air circulates through the home.

Scott Williams, your preferred oil furnace installer in Quincy, Braintree, Hingham, Cohasset, Dorchester, West Roxbury, Bridgewater, Brockton, Weymouth and surrounding towns.

Contact us today for a FREE estimate on a new furnace.