What are the benefits of a new furnace?
Today’s furnace systems are more energy-efficient than older furnaces that were built a decade ago. They use less energy and are more efficient in heating the room while lowering your monthly energy bill. They are compatible with programmable thermostats which will empower you to automatically set temperatures and/or manage your furnace from the convenience of your cell phone. We have chosen to be an Amana brand dealer because their furnaces are built exceptionally well and their warranties and rebates are amongst the best in the industry! We will service all of your furnace needs from installation, to repairs and routine maintenance.
What We Offer
It’s always important to have a licensed and insured professional to complete your furnace installation. We'll make sure that your new unit is correctly-sized to fit the square footage of your home and that it adequately meets your family's heating needs. We’ll also get the furnace installation done as quickly as possible, so there’s little disruption to your normal routine.
When your furnace malfunctions in any way, for example: not coming on at all, making a strange noise, and/or blowing cool air, it’s time to call us, your HVAC Comfort Consultants. Our highly trained team members will promptly come to your home, provide you with an accurate diagnosis, and quickly repair your furnace for a very reasonable amount. Your satisfaction and restoring your state of comfort is always at the top of our priority list.
The average lifespan of a furnace ranges from 12 to 15; however, with proper maintenance, it can last for 20 years or more. Poor maintenance may result in needing to replace your furnace sooner. We recommend yearly maintenance of your furnace and we carry all of the tools, experience, and knowledge needed to ensure that your furnace gets the service that it needs to last as long as possible.
Signs That Your Furnace Needs Replacing/Repairs:
Your energy bills are rising.
Furnace becomes unusually noisy.
Rooms in your home are heating unevenly.
The furnace has visible signs of rust and cracks in or around the system.