Furnaces are one of the most popular heating appliances used in homes today. Not only are furnaces able to emit sufficient heat throughout your home, but they’re able to do so using efficient energy that ensures you aren’t spending more on your heating bill than you need to. Furnaces are often installed in safe places throughout the home, such as closets or attics, so that they do not pose an eyesore in your interior and so that they’re protected from interference and damage.
Furnace installation can be done by our heating and cooling technicians and at the highest quality level. We offer furnace installation to help you get the furnace upgrade you want and as soon as possible. We also remove the existing furnace and can haul it away for your safety and convenience. We’ll then install the new one by connecting it to your energy source, testing it, and configuring it so that you can manage it at any time. For some larger homes that have multiple stories, you’ll want to consider installing a furnace that can operate at a higher output with programmable zones to heat specific sections or adequately heat the entire house evenly. If your space is even larger, then you may also want to consider more than one furnace. Regardless of the size, we'll be able to calculate and recommend the best solution.
Furnace maintenance can include anything from cleaning your furnace to ensuring that all of its coils and mechanical parts are functioning as needed. Maintaining your furnace promotes longevity and reliability, so that you never have a malfunctioning furnace when you need it most. We offer furnace maintenance and tuning, which allows you to always have accurate configurations and readings of your furnace, no matter how old it is or how often you use it. This also helps you understand how much energy your furnace is using and generating.
Furnace configuration and tuning is a great way to stay on top of the energy that your furnace is using. You’ll want to have your furnace served with a tune up regularly to equate to its overall usage. If you use it often and consistently, then consider a yearly tune up, but if you don’t use it as often, perhaps every other year is enough. A tune up typically includes general cleaning of the furnace, replacement of air filters, as well as an internal inspection to ensure there are no issues of concern.
High Efficiency Furnaces
If you’re looking to cut back on your utility costs, then consider a high efficiency furnace instead. High efficiency furnaces can often bear a higher initial cost than standard furnaces, but this cost is later balanced with the lower utility bills that you’ll likely see as a result of its use. If you have the budget to do so, we recommend considering high efficiency furnace so that you can save yourself money and energy in the long-run with higher efficiency on your average energy usage, as well as lower rates on your utility bills.