Heating System Installation
Furnace Installation Services
Your home’s heating is just as important as the doors and locks that secure your house. If your furnace is experiencing poor heating quality, high energy costs, or needs constant repairs, it may be time for a new furnace installation. Our technicians can help you find a furnace system that will heat your home adequately, maintain energy-efficiency, and remain reliable for years to come. We carry a large selection of top brand electric and gas furnaces, and we will ensure they’re installed perfectly in your home.
Signs of a Failing Furnace or Heating System
- Advanced age: The average lifespan of a furnace, even when properly maintained, is approximately 15-20 years. If your heater’s furnace is approaching this age, it may be time for a furnace replacement or new heating system installation.
- Cold air emanating from vents: If your thermostat is set correctly and your vents are expelling only cold air when the heater should be functioning, this is definitely a sign that something is wrong. Cold air should not be coming from your home’s vents if the heater is working correctly.
- Strange Noises coming from the furnace or system: Yes, HVAC systems can make odd noises even when in optimal condition, yet if you notice sounds coming from the furnace that you haven’t been aware of before, it could be time for a furnace replacement or heating system installation.
- Increased utility costs: If you are paying more and more for your monthly heating bills, this is a clear indication something is not working properly. This is especially true when you have not changed your thermostat setting habits.
- A yellow pilot or rotten egg smell: The pilot light on a gas-fired furnace should always be blue in color. If the pilot light is yellow or smells like rotten eggs, this is a potentially dangerous situation, and an HVAC technician should be called immediately.
- Dust coming from vents: All homes have issues with dust, but if excessive dust is coming from your ventilation system while the heater is in operation, this could be a sign of potential furnace issues.