Many homeowners mistakingly refer to their heating system as a ‘furnace’, when it might be a ‘boiler’.
A furnace heats and then pushes forced hot air through a series of air ducts throughout the home with strategically placed supply and return vents.
Whereas a boiler circulates either steam (older, inefficient) or hot water (hydronic, highly efficient) through warming baseboards, radiators and/or radiant tubing in floors or ceilings.
ALL Laars Heating Systems are modern hot water gas-fired boilers (boilers, water heaters, pool heaters). And all are Natural gas or propane.