Natural Gas Furnace
Natural gas furnaces are preferred 4 to 1 over electric heat pumps. High-efficiency natural gas heating systems keep you warm and comfortable on the coldest of days. If you are tired of paying high energy bills and are still cold during the winter, switch to a high efficient natural gas furnace system today.
Natural gas is America’s #1 choice for home heating. It is clean, efficient, reliable and easy to maintain. Natural gas will add value to your home in a variety of ways. Bluefield Gas Company can assist you in this project by offering you our contractor referral program to obtain written estimates from HVAC contractors in the area we serve.
In today’s world, it is very important that you have the most efficient heating system possible. We suggest that you get at least three written estimates on your heating system.
Contact one of our Marketing Representatives today to assist you in this project.
Depending upon your needs, today’s gas heating equipment includes a wide choice of gas boilers, gas furnaces, direct heating and a combination of systems available for your home. Natural gas heating systems come in a variety of efficiency levels. The new 90+ furnace systems do not need a conventional chimney to vent into. It uses PVC vent pipe and usually vents just outside your foundation wall to the outside air. Your heating contractor can assist you in choosing the right style furnace system for your home.
Converting to Natural Gas is easy. If your home is currently located on a street that is served by our natural gas line, you may qualify to have a natural gas line extended to your home at no cost what so ever. If you are installing a new gas heating system and/or a gas water heater in your home, we can extend our gas line to your house foundation at no cost to you. This would include the installation of the service line, a gas riser and gas meter. Your HVAC contractor would do the final hookup to your home after the inspection has been completed.
Natural Gas Water Heaters
Are you tired of running out of hot water before your shower ends? Win the hot water battle and choose the best way to heat your water—use natural gas!!!
A high-efficiency natural gas water heater will provide you with twice the hot water as an electric water heater. You’ll have plenty of hot water to go around, no matter how many people live in your home. It’s the natural choice of America.
Natural gas water heaters are a lot more efficient than an electric model. You can save up to half the cost in most cases using natural gas water heaters. The new high-efficiency power vent models can save you even more. They do not even need a chimney to vent into—they use PVC vent pipe and vent right outside the foundation wall into the atmosphere. Talk to a qualified plumbing contractor for details.
Natural Gas Clothes Dryer
Does your clothes dryer take forever to dry those clothes? Do they come out feeling hard or not dry enough? Is your electric bill sky high because your electric dryer never quits running? If this sounds familiar, consider switching over to a gas clothes dryer for all your drying needs. Gas clothes dryers are more efficient and dry your clothes more evenly than an electric model. In most cases, drying your clothes with a gas dryer will save you up to half of what an electric dryer cost to operate. Most gas dryers use only 110 current to run the drum to circulate the clothes. You can disconnect from that expensive 220 current. If you have kids or even have a big family, consider drying your clothes with a gas clothes dryer.
Gas clothes dryers come in a variety of sizes and styles and brands to suit your needs. Gas dryers come in Natural Gas models. Most of the load sizes are calculated in square feet to compare one dryer to another. Some have optional drying features that will make your laundry experience more enjoyable. Gas dryers are available at most of your local appliance dealerships. Check your local yellow pages for exact stores and locations in your area.
Once you have chosen your new gas dryer, you will need to contact a certified gas contractor in your area to arrange installation of your dryer. We can provide you with a list of gas contractors in your area. Call us at (304) 327-7161 to speak to a Marketing Representative today.
Gas Ranges / Cook Tops
Are you tired of that electric cook stove? Are you tired of burning every meal? Have you ever thought about cooking like the Master Chef’s? Consider switching to a gas cook stove and/or a gas cook top for your kitchen. Cooking on a gas range gives you more control when you are in the kitchen. Even on those busy holiday dinners, you can feel like a chef in your own restaurant while you cook on your new gas range.
Gas ranges/cook-tops come in a variety of styles and colors to choose from. They come in Natural Gas models. Tell your retail supplier which energy you are using so they may deliver the correct type. They come with 4 to 6 burners and also a gas oven to bake those great pies and cakes and breads. You will feel like a new person in your new kitchen.
Gas ranges are available at most of your local appliance dealerships. Check your local yellow pages for specific stores and locations in your area. We suggest you visit at least three dealers to compare styles and prices. Ask questions regarding the warranty program with each dealer. Once you have chosen the gas range to suit your needs, call a certified gas contractor in your area to have it installed properly. Your dealer may have a list of gas contractors to choose from. If not, call us at (304) 327-7161 for assistance with your installation. One of our Marketing Representatives will be happy to help you.
Gas Logs & Space Heaters
Imagine sitting in your living room or great room in front of a warm, cozy fireplace, cuddled up with your family or friends, reading your favorite book. If cutting firewood is getting old and not any cleaner, think about installing a gas fireplace in your firebox.
If you don’t have a chimney, you can create your own with the new zero clearance fireplaces.
No vent is required. These are vent free fireplaces and fire logs. Some gas logs or fireplaces are vented and need to have a vent open to exhaust the gas fumes. See your dealer for information on the difference between vented and non-vented gas products.
You can enjoy the beauty of glowing coals and flames just like a real fireplace. With the touch of a button or the new remote control models, you can sit in your easy chair and turn your fire place on or off, and the flame size up or down. Some even have built in thermostats that cut off automatically when the room gets to hot.
Gas logs come in a variety of sizes and styles to choose from. From 16 inches to 36 inches long, from single burners to dual burners, you will find the one to fit your fireplace. Gas logs come in many different types of wood looks. From golden oak, birch, pine, hickory and walnut styles. Some are split wood and some are round wood. Some have a combination of both types of wood.
Space heaters work on the same concept as gas logs and fireplaces. They are also vent free and do not need a vent. Some are wall mounted and some are floor mounted. You can choose from blue flame models or infrared models. They also come in a variety of sizes and shapes and also come with optional thermostats and remote controls. They come in many colors to suit your décor and are very pleasing to look at.
Installation of your gas logs or space heater should be done by a qualified gas contractor. We can provide you with a list of contractors in your area to choose from. Give us a call today at (304) 327-7161 for more information on installing gas logs or space heaters in your home or business.