If you have a furnace that is approaching or passed the manufacturer’s life expectancy, chances are you have begun to consider your replacement options. If the heater begins to show signs that it’s wearing down, costs more and more to operate, or runs up high bills for repairs, then you should stop considering replacement and schedule it right away.
Aside from avoiding breakdowns, you’ll save money with the new higher efficiency systems that are now available.
Modern Heater Thermostat Installation
Manual and older digital thermostats will be replaced with a modern programmable thermostat that provides better comfort levels and energy savings. A programmable thermostat allows you to take better control of your home’s heating and cooling.
With a new heater installation and your new modern thermostat installation, you have the ability to adjust your heater to be at an optimal temperature when you arrive. New Wi-Fi enabled thermostats go a few steps beyond this, putting the power to control your home’s temperature in your hands wherever you have Internet or Wi-Fi access.
Zoned Control Heating
With a new heater installation, your home can be divided into “zones” and have different temperature controls. Zoned heating provides energy savings by only heating desired rooms, or occupied rooms, rather than attempting to heat every room in the house at one time. Each room has custom-tailored comfort with zone controlled heating.
New Outdoor Condenser with a Heater Installation
It is a great idea to replace your outdoor compressor unit during your new heater installation. Replacing your condenser will increase system efficiency and save you money on your utility bills.
Our technicians can provide a thorough inspection of your heating and air conditioning system to identify any potential problems. Replacing worn or improperly configured furnace components can significantly improve the efficiency of your furnace.
Our technicians are thoroughly trained and certified to repair or design any improperly installed ductwork systems.