Bryant Heating in Maryland

When it comes to your home, you simply can’t take chances with a faulty heating system. Make sure you and your family stay warm all winter long with Bryant heating. And if you’re looking for a Bryant dealer in Maryland, look no further than GAC Cooling & Heating (Gaithersburg Heating & Air Conditioning). As Bryant’s 2013 Dealer of the Year, GAC is also the largest Bryant dealer in the nation!

We have the manpower, expertise, and relationship with the manufacturer to ensure that when we install a new Bryant heating system—whether it’s a furnace or a heat pump—it is customized to meet the needs of your home. Our skilled professionals know the Bryant equipment inside and out. So if you need new Bryant heating system installation, repair, or replacement in the Gaithersburg or Frederick, MD areas, you can trust the experts at GAC.

Contact us for Bryant heating service in Maryland today. We offer free estimates on system replacements!

Bryant Furnaces

Need a Bryant furnace installation, repair, or replacement? We can evaluate your specific needs and guide you to the right heating solution for your home—based on your square footage, lifestyle habits, and more.

When shopping for a Bryant furnace, you can choose between a gas furnace and an oil furnace to suit your home’s unique heating needs. Bryant’s oil furnaces feature an Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) rating of between 82 percent and 86 percent. Additionally, they’re equipped with continuous fan switches to allow the furnace fan to blow continuously—improving efficiency and maintaining more consistent temperatures. Bryant’s gas furnaces operate between 80 percent and 97 percent AFUE. They can be combined with Bryant heat pumps for even more efficient, hybrid heating.

Bryant Heat Pumps

Whether you need Bryant heat pump installation, repair, or replacement, the experts at GAC are ready to help. Heat pumps offer an energy efficient heating alternative to gas and oil furnaces. Heat pumps also cool your home in warm weather. Other benefits of Bryant heat pump installation include:

  • Hybrid heating – You can combine Bryant heat pumps with Bryant gas furnaces for even more efficient hybrid heating.
  • High HSPF rating – HSPF, or Heating Seasonal Performance Factor, measures the heating efficiency of a heat pump. Bryant’s heat pumps operate between 9 and 13 HSPF.
  • ENERGY STAR certified – Many of Bryant’s heat pumps are ENERGY STAR certified—making them more environmentally friendly and energy efficient than non-certified models.
  • Environmentally friendly – Bryant’s heat pumps use an environmentally friendly refrigerant called Puron.
  • Quiet operation – Bryant’s heat pumps operate between 58 and 76 decibels (dB)—allowing you to control for the intensity of noise from your heat pump.

We also offer geothermal heat pump services.

Why Choose GAC Cooling & Heating for Your Bryant Heating Needs?

When you’re looking for Bryant heating in the Gaithersburg or Frederick, MD areas, you can trust the experts at GAC Cooling & Heating. Between our highly skilled technicians and our fully stocked warehouse, we can ensure your Bryant heating service will occur in an accurate, timely, and professional manner. But don’t take our word for it! See what our customers have to say about us!

Not only are we a Bryant factory authorized dealer, we’re also the manufacturer’s 2013 Dealer of the Year and the largest Bryant dealer in the nation! Contact us today for your Bryant heating needs in Maryland.

What is hybrid heating?

A hybrid heat system is a combination of both a gas furnace and a heat pump—allowing you to combine the strengths of both gas and electric heat sources. This provides the most energy-efficient method of heating your home comfortably. When the temperature outside changes, a hybrid heat system will automatically switch between the heat pump and the furnace—using the most cost-effective fuel source for the present conditions.

How do I choose the right size furnace?

Your furnace needs to be sized to accommodate your home’s unique heating needs. In order to do this, a professional needs to measure your home and calculate its heating and cooling load. This calculation is based on your home’s square footage, windows, walls, ceiling, floor plan, appliances, insulation, exterior, and more.). A professional will also consider your duct configuration, number of home occupants, and your lifestyle before recommending the ideal furnace size for your home.

Is a heat pump better than a furnace?

There are several benefits to installing a heat pump as opposed to a furnace:

  • Heat pumps both heat and cool your home
  • Heat pumps are an energy efficient heating option
  • Heat pumps can help you lower your heating bills
  • Heat pumps allow you to use hybrid heating

It is also important to note that heat pumps do not perform as well during extended periods of sub-freezing temperatures—although as heating technology improves, this ceases to be a problem.