Save Money with High Quality Furnace Installation and Replacement in Newark and Heath
It’s not uncommon these days for homeowners to take their home’s furnace for granted. Often, such is the case — until it breaks down. When that happens, it’s a whole different story. If you happen to find yourself with a furnace system that is lethargic or one that stops working altogether, it might be time to replace your furnace.
In such cases, most people ask: But that’s expensive isn’t it? The answer to that question, like all things, is relative. Did you know installing a new furnace can actually save you money? Think of your energy bill for the year.
We at Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling have a Five Star reputation when it comes to working with homeowners looking to save money on their energy bills. If you suspect it might be time to have your furnace replaced, don’t hesitate to give us a call today at (740) 212-5849.
Get a Free Estimate on a New Furnace
To give you an idea of how much it would cost to replace your home’s heating system, we at Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling provide homeowners with free and accurate estimates to give them an idea of the cost they’d be looking at. In addition to this, we have finance options. We make the entire furnace installation process a fast, easy, and painless experience for our customers and we have a reputable history for doing so.
Signs You Need to Replace Vs. Repair Your Furnace
A lot of homeowners ask: How do you find out if your furnace simply needs to be repaired, or if it’s time for a total replacement? If your furnace has not already stopped running altogether, below are four telltale symptoms your furnace could be reaching the end of its life:
- Does it make strange sounds? While it’s running, does it make clunky sounds? Does it make loud noises when it fires on or do you hear a bang when it turns off?
- When you turn up the thermostat, are you unable to achieve the comfy temperature you desire in your home?
- Have your heating bills increased or has the amount of energy you are using to heat your home gone up?
- Is your furnace older than 10 years?
If you answered “yes” to one or more of these questions, it might be time for a new heating system.
We Make the Furnace Installation & Replacement Process Easy
At Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling, we make the entire replacement process easy. We will talk you through all the details of the furnace installation process. We discuss all the various options and features that are available to you to assist you in selecting the best specific furnace for your size and type of home.
Our professional and courteous technicians are able to analyze your home’s needs to make sure you get a heating system that will keep you safe and comfortable all winter long for the best price. We understand that each home and each homeowner’s budget is different, and we will work with you to make this entire installation process as easy and as painless and as affordable for you as possible.
Why Choose Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling for Your Furnace Installation & Replacement
We at Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling are a family-owned, Five Star Rated, company with a longstanding history of satisfied customers. Our level of expertise and professionalism is unmatched when compared to our competitive pricing. We believe in keeping families safe and comfortable throughout the year and we strive to make that possible for every family, regardless of where you live or what your budget is like.
- Five Star Rated Customer Service
- Top of the line systems with the latest technology
- Fast and affordable installation
- Finance options
Keywords for Your New HVAC System
BTU: BTU stands for “British thermal unit,” the standard unit for heat or thermal energy. One BTU equals the amount of heat needed to increase the temperature of one pound of water by 1⁰ Fahrenheit. (Source)
AFUE: AFUE is an acronym for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. AFUE is the ratio of annual heat output of the furnace or boiler compared to the total annual fossil fuel energy consumed by a furnace or boiler. (Source)