The technicians who perform furnace installation are trained and certified in the process.
Furnaces are commonly used to heat residential structures throughout the nation. A furnace uses either gas or electricity to warm up the air within a space and then a motor to push the heated air back through the vents in the various rooms of a home. These units have become more efficient in the recent past, which means they use less energy to produce the same amount of heat than the units from 10 or more years ago. If your Hickory, North Carolina home doesn’t currently have a furnace, you may be looking into having one added. Our team at Lonon Heating, A/C and Air Quality can perform furnace installation within your space, adding a heating unit that will keep you warm and comfortable throughout the colder months of the year.
We also offer furnace installation to clients with furnaces that are no longer functioning properly or have reached the end of their functional lifespans. If you’re doing a renovation or construction project, our technicians can handle the furnace installation part of the job. We start by assessing the design and layout of the home, which allows us to determine the size of the furnace and where to lay out the ductwork. A properly sized furnace can operate efficiently while supplying enough warm air to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature.
The technicians who perform furnace installation are trained and certified in the process. If you have questions about a new furnace or would like to request an estimate for this service at your home, don’t hesitate to contact us.
FAQs About Furnace Installation
At Lonon Heating, A/C and Air Quality, we know that getting a new furnace represents a major expense for most households, and we understand that you most likely have questions about the prospect. Our team has collected some of our most frequently asked questions on the subject below for you to check out—if you have a question we didn’t address, feel free to reach out to us directly.
How do I know if I need a new furnace?
There are a few ways to tell if your furnace is nearing the end of its life. The first and most obvious is that the furnace will stop working—sometimes it may be possible to fix the problem with repairs, but it if not, then the furnace will need to be replaced. If you’ve had multiple furnace problems in the past year, then it’s probably time to cut your losses and replace your old system.
How should I prepare for furnace installation?
Prior to our team’s arrival, we ask that you make sure there is a clear path to the furnace and that the area around it is clean and free of furniture and other items, so that our team has enough space to work.
How much does furnace installation cost?
In general, installing or replacing a furnace costs between $2,700 and $6,700, with an average cost of $4,600 for materials, equipment, and labor. While we do understand that this is a major expense, we advise you not to look for the cheapest price for this services, as you will get inferior results.