Engineer-Designed to Heat Your Home
A well-designed heating system makes all the difference when it comes to your home’s comfort and efficiency. For the best results, Jay Moody HVAC’s sales-engineers will work with you, in-home, to design a system that takes into account your home’s unique layout as well as your comfort needs.
Heating Systems We Install
Whole-Home Heat Pump Systems
Enjoy year-round efficient comfort when you upgrade to an air source heat pump system! Cold-climate heat pump systems provide efficient dual heating and cooling and can be 2-3x more efficient than oil or propane systems, according to Energy Saver.
Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pumps
Mini-splits are a type of air source heat pump system that do not require any ductwork to operate. These ductless units can be used to heat/cool your entire home or individual rooms.
Central Ducted Heat Pumps
Central heat pumps are high-efficiency, low-emission systems that provide dual heating and cooling through existing ductwork in your home.
Furnace Installation & Replacement
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 Installation & Replacement
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 System May Qualify For $10,000
In Rebates + More!
As a Massachusetts resident, your new HVAC system could qualify for energy discounts through Mass Save and/or municipal programs. Take advantage of incentives without any added stress.
Our team will assist with the paperwork!
Frequently Asked Questions
Above all, Jay Moody HVAC’s team is here to help you navigate your home improvement project, ensuring you are able to make an informed decision and that you are educated on all your options!
Have a question not covered here? Reach out to our team!
How will Jay Moody HVAC design my heating system?
Jay Moody HVAC’s customer-first approach prioritizes the unique comfort and efficiency needs of each customer, working together to create the best system possible, never oversizing or upselling.
Our free quotes are conducted in-home by members of Jay Moody HVAC’s engineering team.
While at your home, our team gets to know your comfort preferences, current frustrations and priority items. We also make sure to run a through heat load using a Manual J calculation. This ensures our design is correctly sized based on your home’s unique layout.
Within 48 hours of your initial consultation, our team will send over a written quote outlining the entire system design(s), price and any energy incentives your system is expected to qualify for.
Once you have reviewed your system quote, our team is there to answer any questions you may have!
Do Jay Moody HVAC systems qualify for Mass Save incentives?
Yes, as member of Mass Save’s Heat Pump Installer Network, Jay Moody HVAC is qualified to design and install systems that qualify for the Mass Save program.
Each home is different, but we always do our best to design systems that are highly energy efficient and align with Mass Save’s rebate and loan qualifications.
We include all applicable Mass Save or municipal incentives directly in our written quotes and assist customers throughout the entire application process!
Can I finance my heating system installation?
Yes! Jay Moody HVAC offers financing options through Synchrony.
How do heat pumps work?
A heat pump is part of a heating and cooling system and is installed outside your home. Like an air conditioner, it can cool your home, but it’s also capable of providing heat. In cooler months, a heat pump pulls heat from the cold outdoor air and transfers it indoors, and in warmer months, it pulls heat out of indoor air to cool your home.
They are powered by electricity and transfer heat using refrigerant to provide comfort year round. Because they handle both cooling and heating, homeowners do not need to install separate systems to heat their homes. Heat pumps do not burn fossil fuel like furnaces do, making them more environmentally friendly.
Read more about heat pumps and how they work, here!
Ready to take your next step?
Schedule a free in-home consultation with a Jay Moody HVAC engineer.