Who makes Dettson?

Who makes Dettson?

Who makes Dettson?

the Ouellet Group
Dettson Industries was founded in 1952 and for almost 50 years specialized in oil-fired and electric furnaces and boilers. The company was acquired in 2010 by the Ouellet Group and has since expanded its research and development division in order to create innovative, sustainable space conditioning solutions.

What is the smallest size furnace you can buy?

The Chinook has the smallest footprint of all gas furnaces in the industry and is available in 1-stage, 2-stage, 2-stage ECM and Modulating versions with lowest range capacities from 6,000 BTU up to 120,000 BTU.

Who makes Chinook furnaces?

Dettson is also proud to launch a new solution for the multi-family segment that is the Chinook Compact. This unit of 15,000 BTU is the most compact appliance for gas central heating.

Is a heat pump better than a furnace?

Because of how they work, heat pumps produce less heat than furnaces and work best in warmer climates (zones 1-3 on the U.S. Department of Energy climate zone map). Heat pumps are more versatile in creating indoor comfort—they provide heat in winter and can also act as air conditioners in summer.

Do they make smaller furnaces?

Smaller Size As furnaces have become more efficient, they have also become smaller. Because it can heat water faster, the boiler tank does not need to have a large capacity.

What are some of the most common issues for electric furnaces?

Top 10 Causes of Electric Furnace Problems

  • Clogged Filter. Have you changed your furnace’s air filter?
  • Loose Wire. Over time, the vibration from the furnace running can make the internal wires get loose.
  • Contact with Water.
  • Wrong Fuse.
  • Dirty Fuse.
  • Faulty Starting Capacitor.
  • Bad Blower Motor.
  • Transformer Failure.

What happens if your furnace is too small for your house?

When furnaces are too small, they’ll have to kick on often—or even non-stop—try to increase your indoor temp. They end up running and running, but without any real progress. This leads to excessively high energy bills, and not much help in making your home comfortable.