For over 40 years, Jay Moody HVAC has been installing and servicing furnaces and boilers throughout Central Massachusetts.
Efficient Fuel Heating Systems
We understand electric systems are not the best fit to heat every home. That’s why we’ve taken the time to understand and build partnerships with the best furnace and boiler brands to ensure the fuel systems we install provide our customers with what they need!
Massachusetts Heating System Replacement & Installation
Nobody wants to struggle with their heating system during Massachusetts’ colder months and thanks to the Jay Moody HVAC team, nobody has to! Our team is skilled in installing efficient, reliable, HVAC systems. Designed in-home by engineers, Jay Moody HVAC systems meet the unique comfort needs of our customers’ homes efficiently!
No over-sizing or upselling involved!
Furnace Replacement & Installation
Jay Moody HVAC offers top-tier furnace installation and replacement, ensuring your new system is the best possible fit for you and you home. We work with oil, natural gas and propane furnaces!
Boiler Replacement & Installation
Jay Moody HVAC offers high quality boiler installations and replacement, ensuring your new system is the best possible fit for you and you home. We work with oil, natural gas and propane boilers!
Your New Heating System May Qualify For Mass Save or Municipal Rebates!
Your new high-efficiency heating system may qualify for a Mass Save or municipal energy incentive. You’ll enjoy the added discount, without any added stress. Our team will assist with the paperwork!
Over 40 Years of Heating Experience
Jay Moody HVAC has fulfilled our Massachusetts’ neighbors heating and cooling needs for over 40 years! Well established and fully insured, our customers choose Jay Moody HVAC because of our top-tier customer service and high quality installation practices.
We Offer Financing!
To widen our access to quality HVAC systems, Jay Moody HVAC offers financing through Synchrony Bank!
Whether you’re looking to finance your entire project or a portion of it, we are here to help!
Here’s What Your Neighbors Say…
“(Jay Moody HVAC) replaced my oil boiler with high efficiency gas boiler. Great company, great technicians. Very professional. Patiently answered all my questions and explained the process.”
John D.Lancaster, MA
“The technicians are courteous, efficient, and highly qualified. Not once did I have any questions on the work they performed, they were a very talented and qualified team that got the job done on time with no issues. Highly recommend this company for service, installation, and repair.”
Kelly K.Leominster, MA
Frequently Asked Questions
Above all, Jay Moody HVAC’s team is here to help you navigate your home improvement project, ensuring you are educated on all your options and able to make an informed decision.
Have a question not covered here? Reach out to our team!
What is the difference between a furnace and a boiler?
Furnaces and boilers are commonly mistaken for one another. Both systems tend to utilize fuel to operate and, unlike heat pumps which move heat, furnaces and boilers create heat to add comfort to a home.
The primary difference between furnaces and boilers however, is that boilers heat a space through either hot water or steam while furnaces heat a space through forced hot air.
How does a boiler work?
Boilers heat a space through either steam or hot water, using fuel as their source of energy. After being heated in the boiler, the steam or hot water then travels through pipes to radiators or convectors which give off heat to warm a room. If using steam, it will condense back to water as it cools. The cool water will return to the boiler to be heated again.
How does a furnace work?
Furnaces heat a space with forced hot air through existing duct work. The furnace works to take existing cool air in the home and heat it up using fuel as energy. It then pushes the newly heated air through the home’s ducts to provide warmth to individual rooms.
Can a heat pump heat my home during the winter?
Yes! A well-designed heat pump system can heat your home throughout the winter without help from a fuel heating system.
Alternatively, many homes utilize heat pumps to supplement existing fuel heating systems. For some, this may look like running the heat pumps in rooms used more frequently and turning down the fuel heating system in the rest of the house.
Ready to take your next step?
Schedule a free, in-home, consultation with a member of Jay Moody HVAC’s team of engineers.