Furnace InstallationNassau, Suffolk, Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island Counties
When your home’s furnace stops working, your home can have more problems than just being uncomfortable. Every moment that your heater is off also places your pipes at the risk of freezing. When pipes freeze, they can burst and cause significant damage to your home. When you call One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, we’ll find the right furnace solutions you need to keep you and your family comfortable and your home safe. Furnace installation is a complicated endeavor, and is not something that should be attempted as a do-it-yourself project. It might be tempting to save on the installation fee, but furnaces contain several complicated components including electrical, ducting, plumbing, and gas, that require the installation expertise and specialized tools of a qualified HVAC professional. You should rely on professionals for your heating repair and installation needs because they require the experience of a professional to accomplish them correctly. We’ll quickly locate the problem, determine a fix for it, and provide durable, reliable repairs.
Benefits Of Furnace Installation
A large number of homeowners are afraid to invest in new energy-efficient condensing furnaces because they are expensive. While a gas furnace features a high upfront cost, the latest systems available on the market are designed to help you save money on your utility bills. Condensing furnaces are assembled with innovative exhaust systems and two heat exchangers that are designed to help you save energy.
When we come over to your place to complete a Precision Tune-Up or repair service on your heating and cooling system, we come across very few surprises. That’s because the majority of HVAC equipment comes from one of about eight or so major manufacturers. Yet, even when we see that odd furnace or AC system, we’re not stumped. Our licensed, highly qualified NATE-certified technicians have years of demonstrated experience in servicing all brands of HVAC equipment, including the not-so-major ones.