We offer a full line of heating equipment by the most trusted and long lived manufacturers in todays forced warm air and hydronic heating market place.

We design our forced warm air and hydronic heating systems with the most up to date software available to our industry. This allows Myers Enterprises to offer its clients the most evenly tempered heating systems available. When consulting with our design build staff on the design of your system we can incorporate noise concerns, ease of control, energy management and energy efficiency operations into each design/build process we undertake. Consultation is the key to success when designing an air system to deliver the results our clients expect.

Forced warm air systems, commonly called furnaces, incorporate the use of a blower for moving air in a space to be heated. This air is driven across a heat exchanger so it can be tempered and re-distributed. The most common form of fuel used with furnaces is natural gas. With today's heating products engulfing the market place, choices are abundant. Myers Enterprises is able to offer a wide range of energy efficiencies by trusted and tested nationally known manufacturers.

Other forms of heating by means of forced air can encompass the use of; electrical elements, heating oil, hot water from a boiler, even geothermal and solar capabilities can be utilized in creating a medium for tempering air systems.

When designing an air system it is absolutely essential that duct work be considered. In order to deliver appropriate amounts of air volume the sizing of the ductwork needs to be calculated. Proper calculations of ductwork help with everything in an air system; including efficiency, even air distribution, quietness of operation, longevity and safe operation of the equipment. Ensuring proper duct size eliminates heat short cycling, equipment over heating, unnecessary wear and tear and premature failure.

Variable Speed Blowers in Equipment:
Variable speed blowers in today's air handlers and furnaces allow for added efficiency. They are electrically more efficient and automatically adjust to keep air flow constant through dirty filters or blocked duct work. Variable speed blowers in multiple zone systems can also be used to deliver the correct amount of air to each zone on a system. They can eliminate the use of barometric bypass dampers which take up valuable space in mechanical rooms. They incorporate some of the more modern advancements in our industry.

Other Accessories for Warm Air Systems:
With air handling equipment and furnaces we have a unique opportunity to expand upon how we can deliver overall comfort to a tempered interior climate. With any air system we can remove dust and allergens, even purify the air with a multitude of products available. Whether it's your basic air filter, or an electronic air cleaner; even a UV air purification system which is capable of killing air born viruses and other biological contaminants, Myers Enterprises can help you define and implement the right air filtration system to suite your needs. We can also offer a wide variety of humidification systems to couple to your air system and help in overcoming the dryness of our environments.


AKA Boilers: Unlike forced warm air systems Hydronic Systems, or Boilers as they are more commonly called, utilize pumps to move heated fluid to areas of a structure to create a viable heating application.

Like forced warm air systems the most common fuel used to heat the fluid used for heating purposes is natural gas. However other forms of heating the fluid can encompass the use of; electrical elements, heating oil, even geothermal and solar capabilities can be utilized in creating a tempering condition to the fluid in a hydronic system.

Essentially a boiler system includes piping, pumps, and some form of distribution to heat the structure. Some means of distribution are cast iron radiators, radiant baseboards, fan coil units (air handling equipment), and of course the most popular form of hydronic heating the in-floor radiant application. These are all common examples of heat distribution applications. Radiant floor heating is quickly becoming the most popular means by which to accomplish this. In floor radiant heating operates by flowing heated fluid through tubing installed underneath a finished floor, thus allowing that heat to graduate across the entire floor. Radiant in-floor heating is arguably, one of the best creature comforts available.

Advantage's of hydronic heating are the ability to zone areas and have a multiple of temperatures. Zoning areas allows for better control of temperatures because similar spaces in a building can be kept at different temperatures.

Other advantages to hydronic heating are the piping size in relation to duct size. Pipe and duct being the means by which the heat medium is transferred, a pipe rather than forced air ducting is easily worked into smaller spaces so it can be disguised, this can obviously help keep the natural beauty of a home by eliminating bulkheads and bump outs which may conceal the larger ducting needed for air systems.

Hydronic systems may be more beneficial to those with health concerns related to air born allergens as baseboard applications and radiant in-floor applications do not move the air as an air system does. Hydronic applications tend to dry out the air less than an air moving system as well, as moving air has a tendency to evaporate more quickly.

Boilers come in all shapes, sizes and configurations that serve a multitude of applications. Overall, hydronic boilers offer a varied degree of applicable uses in the heating of a structure and domestic water.


Snowmelt systems, also referred to as ice melting systems, are systems which have become more popular with Architects, Engineers, Builders, Developers and Homeowners. Certainly billed as another creature comfort, snowmelt systems offer the ability to clear snow and ice from driveways and sidewalks, from entrances and heavy traffic areas for commercial and residential applications where liability can be of grave concern. It also eliminates the need to incessantly manually clear areas for ease of access. Snowmelt systems have become more efficient to operate over the past decade with the aide of increased boiler technology and the controls which enable a system to work unattended. This combined with proper piping and sizing make these systems very practical. Snow melting, like radiant heating applications, can be zoned into multiple areas, or utilized as a single zone.

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