Furnace Installation – Free Estimates
Replacing an old inefficient furnace is not most homeowners’ idea of a good time. It is a large investment that most people will only do once in a lifetime. It pays to take your time and be well educated during the process.
How do you know if it makes GOOD FINANCIAL sense to invest in a Home Comfort System? Use our Utility Overpayment Calculator.
What to expect when scheduling your free estimate. A Comfort Advisor will come to your home and prepare an engineering analysis, this is important to you because not any “Furnace“ will always work. Your and the Comfort Advisor will determine a solution that fits your comfort needs and go over your many options.
What 4 Factors determine the size of your investment in the right home comfort system?
1. TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (CAN’T CHANGE)
How many square feet of living space does your home provide? What is the style or layout of the floor plan? One, two, three story? How does the construction determine the type of heating and/or air conditioning required? Is it designed for hot water heating, steam or forced air? The size, configuration, windows, and insulation will directly affect the size of your system.
2. CODE REQUIREMENTS (CAN’T CHANGE)
What are the safety and building code requirements in your town, city or state? Strict safety and code requirements can significantly affect the cost of the installation.
3. ENVIRONMENTAL CHOICES (YOUR CHOICE!)
There are products available today (that did not exist 10 years ago) designed to enhance the comfort your system provides: the purity and freshness of the air you breath: and the convenience of your system’s operation and maintenance. Obviously, the more accessories you add, the more expensive your complete system will be.
4. PEOPLE CHOICES (YOUR CHOICE!)
You can choose the people you want in your home to install and service your furnace and air conditioning system. Do you want people who don’t smoke, drink, swear, or abuse your property or family members… someone without a criminal background? Do you want someone you know you can trust to enter your home with your spouse or children… someone you could even trust with a key to your home? These are the kinds of people we hire. They are rare and get paid very well. If they fail on any one of these points, they will not work for us.
Our technicians are as focused on their professional capabilities as they are on their moral convictions. They are certified graduates of one of the most elite HVAC training centers in the country. And they participate in a minimum of 150 hours a year of scheduled training sessions for new technology and installation best practices.