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SLANTFIN 101-401-060 baseboard 6 ft. complete$74.99 Add to cart
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Miller CMF2 80 PO Mobile Home Furnace 75,000 BTU$1,999.75 Add to cart
275 Gallon Vertical Oil Tank UVB275B1$676.03 Add to cart
Diversitech 2″ PVC Concentric Vent Kit CVENT-2$41.71 Add to cart
Sf 101-407 30 Rh Wall Trim$21.41 Add to cart
Beckett 14475 2X3/8 Duplex Tank$22.65 Add to cart
SlantFin S-120-EDP Natural Gas 88 BTU$1,849.99 Add to cart
Sf 101-406 30 Lh Wall Trim$21.41 Add to cart
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Teledyne Laars Igniter 2400-138 (DB0138)$99.99 Add to cart
Miller CMF95 Mobile Home Furnace 72,000 BTU$2,235.97 Add to cart
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Some of the main components are:
Boilers – if the heating of your system is provided by a boiler, this may be oil or gas powered. Some are steamless, others condensing and come in
a wide range of output ratings. When a boiler is driving an integrated system, the heat is transported via a network of pipes containing the hot fluid. Our support team are always on hand to help with your boiler queries.
Ceiling Heaters – whatever space you want to be warmer, our range of ceiling heaters is sure to include the perfect match for you. With outputs starting at 20,000
BTU and going up to over 200,000 BTU, we have ceiling heating covered. Our range includes low profile options, as well as those with adjustable air direction choices. The range we sell are available to work with various styles of boilers or furnaces.
Forced Air Furnaces – run on either gas, electricity or oil, a furnace work by heating air and then forcing it into the HVAC system.
It is then carried throughout the building via a ducting system. This is generally less expensive to install than a boiler, and less complex, but also likely to be less more expensive to run. Modern units are increasingly efficient though which,
when combined with the smaller initial outlay, make this system an attractive proposition. We stock a wide range of furnaces from major manufacturers, such as Century.
Garage Heaters – primarily natural or propane gas, garage heaters may be wall or ceiling mounted. They are available in a range of output capacities to warm
even the largest of spaces. They can be standalone, just for an external garage, or incorporated into the building’s HVAC system. A professional engineer will point you towards the most appropriate unit for your space.
Baseboard and Floor Installations – where a system is likely to be providing heat most of the time, rather than cooling, the installation may take place at
floor level. The reason behind this is that hot air rises. So if its source is at floor level, as the air rises, the whole space will get warmer.
From decorative trims to full panels, Direct Brand stock all of the quality parts you may need.
Heating Accessories – with so many methods of raising temperature within so many types of HVAC installation, it is no surprise that the possible list of parts
needed for repair or installation is huge. Pumps, vents, filters and an array of plumbing parts are all readily available for your engineer to complete the job.
See our range of HVAC heating parts and accessories above.