Heating Products in Atlanta

Furnace, Boiler, and Heat Pump Installation & Repair

Fulton Plumbing is proud to offer heating services and products for your greater Atlanta area home or business.  Our friendly technicians make it easy for you. We can help you decide the heating method that is right for your home and family.

Furnace Repair

The efficiency of a furnace or heating systems is determined by its AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) or a gas furnace’s efficiency in converting fuel to energy. The higher the AFUE, the more energy efficient the furnace is and the more money you can save on your heating bills.

A gas furnace with an 80 AFUE rating means that 80 cents of every $1 of heating energy expense goes toward heating your home. A gas furnace with a 95 percent AFUE rating means that 95 cents of every drop of heating energy expense is heating your home. Thus, a 95 percent AFUE furnace is more energy efficient and wastes less energy.

At Fulton Plumbing we can recommend the best furnace for your home — just give us a call and see.


A boiler works by heating water to create either hot water or steam which is distributed through pipes to steam radiators, baseboard radiators or radiant floor systems.  A boiler’s efficiency is measured by annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) which is a measurement of the amount of heat actually delivered to your house compared to the amount of fuel that you must supply to the boiler. Note that the AFUE refers only to the unit’s fuel efficiency, not its electricity usage.  Energy Star products must have an AFUE rating of 85 percent or greater, meaning 85 percent of the fuel you supply to the boiler goes directly into heating your home and only 15 percent is wasted.  Fulton Plumbing is proud to offer high efficiency boilers and would be happy to recommend the right boiler for your home or commercial property, and even repair it if necessary.

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps can be used year round. In the winter time, heat pumps heat your home by drawing heat from the air or ground outside your home and circulating it through the ducts and into the rooms of your home. In the summer time, heat pumps cool your home by capturing heat from the inside of your home and release it into the outdoors.