Mamayek Heating Company, Air Conditioning Company
 

Luxaire® Furnaces

At last, home heating performance that hits your comfort level--day in day out, season after season. And when a Luxaire® furnace is properly matched with a Luxaire air conditioner or air handler, you will enjoy extended system life and maximum efficiency all year around!

Here's how it works:
Furnace design has advanced in recent years to be far safer and more efficient than older designs. This is the result of improvements in the burner, the ignition, and the blower motor. Furnace heating efficiency is measured by an Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) percentage. A higher AFUE percentage indicates a more efficient furnace.

The Acclimate™ 9.C is the highest rated gas furnace in the industry. The EnergyGuide label outlines the energy
use and efficiency of major home appliances. With its industry leading efficiency, the Acclimate™ 9.C EnergyGuide rating exceeds government standards - ensuring exceptional quality and low energy use.

Luxaire Furnace
The basic components of a furnace system are:
  • A burner, where gas (natural or propane) or oil is delivered and burned
  • An ignition source, which is typically an electronic hot surface igniter that supersedes the old-style pilot light
  • A heat exchanger, where the heat from the burning gas is transferred to the air distribution system
  • Blower motor, such as the highly efficient electronically commutated motor (ECM) to propel air through the ductwork
  • Filtration and ductwork to circulate clean, warm air throughout the home
  • A flue or vent pipe to exhaust by-products of combustion (such as water vapor and carbon dioxide) outside. High-efficiency furnaces use special, corrosion-resistant vent-pipe materials.
Luxaire Heat-Pumps

Luxaire® "Split System" Heat Pumps

Luxaire® performance is yours all season long with our split system heat pump design. In summer, it draws heat out of your home to cool it. In the winter, it draws heat from outside air into your home to warm it. Many heat pumps have a booster electrical-resistance heater that automatically heats outside air even more. Outside air always has heat in it -- even at very low outdoor temperatures.

Here's how it works:
A "split system" heat pump is like a central air conditioner, which includes an outdoor compressor, fan, outdoor coil, indoor coil, and a refrigerant. The system reverses the cycle used during summer cooling (which is measured by using SEER, Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) and to provide winter heating (measured by using HSPF, Heating Season Performance Factor). A heat pump uses electricity as its power source.

The basic components of a heat pump are:

  • An outdoor heat pump section
  • A matching indoor air handler or gas (natural or propane) furnace with coil
  • Ductwork to transfer the heated or cooled air throughout the home
 

Many brands of Furnaces and Heat Pumps we repair are Aire-Flo, AirEase, Arco-Air, Coleman, Comfort Maker, York, Concord, Trane, Amana, Carrier, Lennox, Armstrong, Heil, Whirlpool, Bryant, Rheem, Ruud, Daiken, Reznor, American Standard, Tempstar, Johnson Controls, Payne, and Gibson.

 
  Some Cities We Service:  

Allenton
Belgium
Big Bend
Brookfield
Butler
Cedarburg
Chenequa

Delafield
Dousman
Eagle
Elm Grove
Fredonia
Germantown
Grafton

Hartford
Hartland
Jackson
Kewaskum
Lac La Belle
Lannon
Menomonee Falls

Mequon
Merton
Milwaukee
Mukwonago
Muskego
Nashotah
Newburg

New Berlin
North Prairie
Oconomowoc
Okauchee
Pewaukee
Port Washington
Richfield

Saukville
Slinger
Sussex
Thiensville
Wales
Waukesha
West Bend

 
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