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Home Heating Systems on Long Island, NY

Updated Oct 05 2014 04:20 PM EST with 36 listings
As the temperature drops, people reach to turn up the thermostat. The thermostat is only a small part of a larger system often referred to as HVAC (heating, ventilating, air conditioning). There are a number of different types of home heating systems, including furnaces for forced hot air, hot water or steam, heat pumps and various types of radiant and space heaters. There is some overlap. For example, a hot water system may use a radiator to heat a room or it may use pipes in the floor, which is called radiant heat. Home heating as well as swimming pool heating can also be accomplished through the channeling of solar power through the installation of solar panels Long Island.
Home Heating Systems on Long Island, NY
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Air Design Air Conditioning and Heating

Heating systems new installation, replacement and repair
Sunset Ave., Hampton Bays NY 11946 Tel 631-728-5084

Allyn Oil

Premier heating and fuel efficiency analysis providing a valuable and unique service of monitoring and testing above ground fuel oil storage tanks with new ultrasonic testing equipment and tank analysis software.
330 West Merrick Rd., Freeport NY 11520 Tel 516-379-2727
Fax: 516-867-5740; Website: allynservices.com

Arenz Heating & Air Conditioning

Service of Eastern Long Island customers for the past 9 years and offer experience in construction, installation, renovation and service
4 Old Depot Rd, Quogue NY 11959 Tel 631-653-3936
Fax: 631-653-4806; E-mail: arenzhvac@aol.com
Website: arenzheating.com

Best-Temp Central AC & Heating

Heating and CAC systems
18 Windmill Lane, Southampton NY 11968 Tel 631-283-3135
Website: btcentral.net

Blackman - All Long Island

Blackman plumbing showrooms may specialize in bathroom renovations and plumbing though they also render services and supplies for heating and cooling systems serving all of Long Island
All Long Island NY Toll-Free 800-843-2695
E-mail: info@blackman.com; Website: blackman.com

Blackman - Bohemia

1595 Lakeland Ave., Bohemia NY 11716 Tel 631-567-1551

Blackman - Mineola

208 Herricks Rd., Mineola NY 11501 Tel 516-742-1011

Blackman - Rocky Point

1595 Lakeland Ave., Rocky Point NY 11716 Tel 631-567-1551

Blackman - Southampton

444 Country Rd. 39, Southampton NY 11968 Tel 631-283-1500

Bridgehampton Climate Control

Provide heating & air conditioning in East End area of Long Island
41 Industrial Rd., Wainscott NY 11975 Tel 631-537-0966

Burner King

Home heating service, maintenance, installations, gas conversions, chimney sweeps, oil delivery.
Tel 631-563-4328
Website: burnerking.com

Control Air Systems

Professional heating and air conditioning service
52 Mariner Drive, Southampton NY 11968 Tel 631-283-3088

Cool Power Heating & Air Conditioning

Installation and service of heating and air conditioning equipment providing comfortable home environment and improving the indoor air quality
10 Newton Pl., Hauppauge NY 11788 Tel 631-231-0002
E-mail: dschmider@coolpowerac.com; Website: coolpowerac.com

Danisi Fuel

Full service heating and air-conditioning company serving Suffolk County from Huntington to the Hamptons
3205 Route 112, Medford NY 11763 Tel 631-732-6043
Tel: 631-732-6666; Website: danisienergy.com

Down East Heating & Air Conditioning

Home heating and air conditioning contractors
50 Woodhull Ave., Riverhead NY 11901 Tel 631-369-2300

Durand Hvac Systems

Heating systems service and repair, heating oil delivery
10 Quogue Plz. Trail, Quogue NY 11959 Tel 631-653-0024

Five Star Heating & Air Conditioning

Wide range of home heating equipment and services: gas, electric, oil conversions, oil and gas burner service, residential and commercial
800 Wickham Avenue, Mattituck NY 11952 Tel 631-298-9122
Website: 5starhvac.com

Flanders Heating & Air Conditioning

Installations, maintenance, repairs, and service of heating and air conditioning systems in East End.
1290 Flanders Rd., Riverhead NY 11901 Tel 631-727-2760
Website: flandershvac.com

Forge Heating and Air Conditioning Corporation

2 Quogue Plaza Trail, Quogue NY 11959 Tel 631-653-6390

Grant Heating & Cooling

Lenox quality innovative air heating & cooling products and customer service, indoor air fuel conversions
48 Sag Harbor Tpk., East Hampton NY 11937 Tel 631-324-0679

Groner Service

Indoor heating and cooling products and services throughout the Nassau & Western Suffolk County area providing total indoor air comfort for homes and businesses.
84 East Old Country Rd., Hicksville NY 11801 Tel 516-935-8484
E-mail: gronerservice@rcn.com; Website: gronerservice.com

Hardy Heating & Air Conditioning

Fuel oil, propane, burner sales & installations, A/C, refrigeration.
76 Mariner Drive, Southampton NY 11968 Tel 631-287-1674
Fax: 631-283-9333

Hoffman Heating Service

Heating burner service and repair
57 Murdock St., Huntington Station NY 11746 Tel 631-424-7660

MATZ Rightway Heating & Air Conditioning

Quality heating systems installation with reliable service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
219 West Montauk Hwy., Wading River NY 11946 Tel 631-728-0661

Mendenhall Fuel

Heating & air conditioning, automatic delivery of fuel oil & kerosene.
575 Montauk Hwy., East Quogue NY 11942 Tel 631-653-5000
Website: mendenhallfuel.com

Montauk Mechanical Cooling & Heating

Home heating systems installation and service
62 Kings Point Rd., East Hampton NY 11937 Tel 631-267-6014

O' Keefe Plumbing & Heating

Heating and ventilating repairs, service and installation.
42 Harbor Way., Sea Cliff NY 11579 42 Harbor Way, Tel 516-674-3154

Pace Heating & Air Conditioning

Heating and plumbing contractors, oil and gas burner services
1 Jackson Ave., Hampton Bays NY 11946 Tel 631-728-6503


ACS cooling and heating specailizing in cape colonial ranch split leel homes sales ervices installations humidifiers dehumidifiers oil gas hot air systems air purification maintenance serving Nassau and Suffolk
All Long Island NY Nassau County 631-375-4735
Suffolk County: 516-499-6895

Schenck Fuels

Fuel oil, propane, burner sales & installations, A/C, refrigeration.
62 Newtown Lane, East Hampton NY 11937 Tel 631-324-0142
E-mail: info@schenckfuels.com; Website: schenckfuels.com

Sunrise Energy Concepts

We design, consult, sell, install, service and maintain PV (solar electric) and solar pool heating systems Sunrise Energy Concepts Long Island
26 Laurel Ave., East Islip NY 11730 Tel 631-961-9952
E-mail: info@sunrise-energy.com; Website: sunrise-energy.com


Plumbing, heating, air conditioning for residential and commercial needs
4 Park Pl., Glen Cove NY 11542 Tel 516-674-5100

Tragar Green Energy Company

Professional installations of energy-saving equipment, air conditioning and heating service contracts, automatic delivery of Bioheat at no additional cost
1432 Wantagh Ave., Wantagh NY 11793 Tel 516-221-2559
Website: tragar.com

Wave Cooling & Heating Corporation

Heating and air conditioning contractor for installation, service and repair
44 Old Country Rd., Quogue NY 11959 Tel 631-653-8181

Weber & Grahn Air Conditioning

Quality air conditioning and heating systems.
216 West Montauk Hwy., Hampton Bays NY 11946 Tel 631-728-1166

Forced Hot Air
Forced hot air heating systems use furnaces to circulate air though a ductwork system, pulling cooler air into a heat exchange then letting the heated air rise back to the living space. While all furnaces work on the same principle there are many different kinds of furnaces. There are oil furnaces (also called oil-fired furnaces), gas furnaces (also called gas fueled furnaces), electric furnaces and even coal burning or wood burning furnaces.
One advantage of this system is that the forced hot air heating ducts can be used for air conditioning. However, for optimal heating vents need to be at floor level but for optimal cooling the vents need to be at ceiling level. On Long Island with dramatic temperature differences between winter and summer, it may be worth having separate ductwork for the heating and cooling system.
Hot Water (Hydronic)
In a hot water or hydronic heating system, water is heated in a boiler to between 160 and 180 degrees Fahrenheit. The hot water is then pumped throughout the house to warm up radiators placed in each room. These boilers can be oil-fired or gas-fired.
There are several advantages to hydronic heat systems. They are generally quiet. The radiators are small. The system can be divided into multiple zones, allowing more control over the temperature in different parts of the house. Hot water is also used in radiant heating (or more accurately radiant floor heating or radiant ceiling heating). In these systems hot water is circulated through pipes that are buried in a concrete slab. The concrete acts as a thermal mass, absorbing the heat from the water and slowly radiating it out into a room. One advantage of this system is that it evenly distributes heat throughout a room and over a long period of time. Its main disadvantage is that it generally doesn’t heat a room quickly.
Steam Heat
Many older houses on Long Island still have steam heat. In these heating systems water is heated in a boiler until it becomes steam. The steam, being a gas, rises through pipes into radiators, which become hot, in turn heating the room. Steam is generally not used in new home heating systems. It is noisy and not easily divided into zones. The radiators are also a burn risk.
Heat Pump
There are two primary types of electric heat pumps – outside air and underground water. Underground water systems are also referred to as geothermal heat exchange, ground source heat pump, ground water heat pump or ground loop heat pump systems. Heat pumps can provide both heating and cooling. During the summer a heat pump functions like a normal air conditioner. When heat is needed it is operated in a reverse mode, with the heat pump extracting the available heat energy from outside air or underground water. On Long Island where temperatures regularly drop below 35 degrees Fahrenheit outside air electric heat pumps by themselves may not provide enough heat. Some units include an internal electric heating coil, which is expensive to operate. There are also dual systems that type into a furnace to provide auxiliary heat when the heat pump is not up to the task.
Underground water systems work better in these climates since the ground generally stays above freezing once you go down a foot or two.
Other Heating Systems
There are other heating systems that can be used either for whole house heating, supplemental heating or zone heating. These include electric radiant baseboard heating, wall furnaces, room heaters, space heaters and even wood stoves.