Emergency Heating Service & Furnace Repair Contractor

Anybody who lives in the Midwest, especially Wisconsin, knows how brutal a cold winter can get, inside and out. That’s where Iron Fireman can help. We offer emergency heating service and repair for systems including furnaces and boilers, which help keep “Old Man Winter” outside where he belongs! Need your furnace or heating system checked out? Schedule your next appointment with Iron Fireman today!

Quality Heating Units With 24/7 Emergency Heating Service

Iron Fireman offers quality heating repair and replacement on all makes and models. Our 24/7 emergency service ensures you’re heating concerns are addressed before the cold sets in. We replace furnaces and boilers using the world-class indoor comfort brands of Rheem and Weil-McLain. We offer several energy-efficient solutions, custom-designed to best fit your home, including:

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  • Radiant Heat
  • Split-Systems
  • Hybrid System
  • Wall Hung Units
  • Humidification Systems

We Save You Money on Indoor Heating with Rheem

During our HVAC heating service, we teach our customers about a system’s Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency rating. Known as “AFUE,” it’s the rating that measures the heating efficiency of furnaces. The higher the number, the more efficient the unit is at heating. The industry standard for furnace AFUE ratings is 78%, with the highest efficiency units scoring above 90%. Rheem furnaces not only meet the industry standard for AFUE, they exceed the mark, posting as high as a 96% annual fuel utilization efficiency rating for higher-end units.

How Do AFUE Ratings Differ From SEER Ratings?

SEER, known as the seasonal energy efficiency ratio, measures the cooling efficiency of air conditioners and heat pumps during extensive use. AFUE ratings only apply to heating systems such as furnaces, since it’s a measurement of how much fuel is converted into usable heat. AFUE ratings look different since it compares BTU’s (British thermal unit measuring energy) over the BTU’s of identical units, while SEER compares BTU’s with watt-hours. This makes AFUE ratings easier to visualize a system’s fuel consumption.

If you have any questions on these HVAC units of measurement, our techs would be happy to explore the full details of each rating and how Rheem systems provide industry-exceeding performance.

Rheem furances provide exceptional heating efficiency at affordable pricing

Iron Fireman: An Expert in Heater Replacement

We recommend the right heating products to keep you toasty warm all winter long. We consider your budget, home layout, home age, and more before selecting the right heating system for your home’s indoor comfort.

Contact Iron Fireman for heating solutions in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Lake Country, and the surrounding area.