We are heating and hot water system experts. Our professional team will custom design and install the most advanced, energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly heating and hot water systems.
We install only top of the line equipment from leading manufacturers, including Buderus, Bosch, Lochinvar, Rinnai, Weil-McLain and Viessmann.
No two homes are exactly the same. At Scott Energy, every system we install is individually engineered to meet your needs.
Also known as warm air systems, furnaces heat the air and distribute that warmth throughout the house using ducts. With a furnace from Scott Energy, you can be assured that your home is being heated safely and efficiently. We’ll help you find the right furnace and custom design a system unique to your home.
There are many different ways to heat the water in your home. Scott Energy offers a variety of options to fit your needs.
- Direct fired oil water heaters
- Direct fired propane water heaters
- Indirect (using a water storage tank)
- On-demand propane water heaters
- Electric water heater
Radiant heating systems supply heat directly to the floor or to panels in the wall or ceiling of a house. Radiant heating provides a comfortable, even warmth and is highly efficient – possibly lowering your monthly bill. Used for both indoor and outdoor applications you can heat everything from your bathroom to your driveway for snow removal. Some additional advantages:
- No ductwork
- No registers or vents
- Uniform vertical heat distribution
- Better indoor air quality for people with allergies
- Potentially lower heating bills
Ductless heating/cooling systems can be installed in any home and are customizable for individual rooms. These systems are versatile and perfectly suited for any heating or cooling application. Whether it’s warming up a cold spot in your home or cooling down a hot spot, these systems provide solutions to your heating/cooling needs.
Heat pumps have the advantage of providing both heating and cooling to a designated area, creating custom thermostatic controlled zones. When a heat pump is used for heating, it is essentially reversing the refrigeration cycle for cooling and releases heat into the conditioned space.
A hybrid system brings together two heating distribution sources (usually forced hot water and warm air) for flexible, efficient heating and cooling. These systems allow for separate thermostatically controlled zones and eliminate the need for baseboard heating elements all while efficiently providing you with an abundance of domestic hot water. We proudly use Thermo Pride Air Handler Systems for our custom hybrid heating and cooling systems.
Which system is right for your home? Contact Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-736-4929 and together we’ll develop a plan that’s right for your needs.