Whether you need to replace a dead furnace or install an entirely new heating system, you’re looking at a significant investment; we offer HVAC financing, so be sure to ask us about it. The cost of a new furnace installation depends on a variety of factors, including your selection, the amount of labor required, and the supplies and materials necessary.
A quick fix might seem like the least expensive alternative now, but it may not offer the best value in the long run.
Let us help you to decide if your current system still has some life left or is ready for replacement with a new furnace installation.
Which Type of Furnace is Right for Me?
Natural Gas Furnace: A natural gas furnace installation, also called a forced-air furnace, pulls cool air from rooms in your home and then passes it through a heat exchanger where the gas ignites a burner inside a combustion chamber. The warm air is then distributed back through the same duct system while vents exhaust outside the home.
Oil Furnace: An oil furnace operates similar to a forced-air furnace, but uses oil that is burned into a fine mist so it can be absorbed into the air and carried to the rooms through ducts.
Electric Furnace: These furnaces use heated coils to warm air that is blown through the system, then distributed through ducts. They are also commonly used with heat pumps and central air conditioners.
Since furnace replacement costs can be high, many homeowners prefer to pay for repairs. It’s important to know the warning signs that indicate you need a new furnace.
Furnace Age: Furnaces that are older than 12-15 years are likely inefficient, and should be replaced before a major problem occurs.
High Utility Bills: Higher utility bills often indicate an inefficient system that has to run longer to provide the same amount of heat.
Inconsistent Thermostat: If you are constantly adjusting the thermostat to try and find the right temperature, the furnace may not be distributing air properly.
Never-ending Repair Work: As a furnace ages, the costs to repair can be expensive and frequent. Instead of spending more money to repair an inefficient and old furnace, consider getting a new one.
Noisy: While all furnaces make a little bit of noise; excessive noise or strange sounds like banging, popping, and rattling can indicate a problem.
All Makes & Models
We offer expert service and repair for all makes and models and have served the needs of residential homeowners, commercial construction companies, home builders and local businesses