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Providing comfort and warmth during the winter is a service Flores takes very seriously. In order to ensure you get the system that will suit your needs and deliver the comfort level you are looking for, you’re going to need to consider the following questions.


  • What makes it work? (i.e. fuel oil, natural gas, L.P. gas or electric)

  • What are the pros and cons of different fuel options?

  • What are the operating costs of oil, gas, and electric?

  • Do I want hot water or warm air heat?

  • Am I installing central air with the system?

  • What about maintenance?


These are just a few of the concerns that need to be addressed to make an informed decision. At Flores Air Conditioning Inc. our staff has the expertise and experience to help assist you in making the right decision. Whether you are replacing an old unit or an inoperable one, or maybe you are building a new home, we’ll help guide you through the maze of options. Since we’re talking about your comfort, it’s important to get as much information as you can.


The popular notion is that heat pumps are not economical for the climate we live in. This may be true as the temperature drops below freezing. The reality is that properly designed and installed heat pump systems can be cheaper to install and have lower maintenance costs. There are two primary types of heat pump installations including:



  • Standard air-to-air

  • Heat Pump Plus


We will look at these types individually below, but feel free to contact the expert heating professionals  at Flores Air Conditioning Inc. for further details. Click the titles below to learn more.



There are many sizes and styles of oil furnaces. Most new units average 81 to 84% efficiency. These units can be installed with or without a chimney. Like oil, gas units have many styles and configurations. Efficiency ranges from 80 to 90+% A.F.U.E. All units can be used with or without a chimney.


There are many other factors to consider when installing a furnace of any kind in your home. Variable speed motors, higher efficiency air filtering and humidification can give you the most comfortable system possible.


Hydronic is the popular term for heating with high temperature water. A central unit heats water either with oil, gas or electric and circulates the water through piping to radiators, baseboard, convectors or duct coils. “Wet” heat is considered by many to be the most comfortable. There are several important reasons this works best.


  • “Warmer” feeling in the home

  • Easy to “zone” or control temperature in different areas of the house

  • Radiant or in-floor heating capability

$3.20 per gallon

Hours of Operation: 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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I cannot speak more highly of Flores, Inc."



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