Installing a Furnace? The First Step Is Choosing a Heating Contractor
by Greg Leisgang on February 19, 2013
Posted in: Service
You have a lot on your plate if you're in the market to buy and install a new furnace. Not only do you have to make sure that you choose the right equipment for your Cincinnati home, but you also have to find the best professionals that will take care of installing a furnace with your comfort in mind.
Installing a furnace takes a trained, skilled expert who understands all of the working parts and installation methods so that you get the best performance from your new equipment.
You should always consider purchasing Energy Star-rated equipment so that you can save money and energy in the future when it comes to heating your home. You can ask the heating contractor about their Energy Star solutions and other products that they offer.
Aside from efficient equipment, however, you also need proper installation. Here are some things to look for or ask about:
- An analysis of your home's current duct system and the size of your living space to determine the appropriate furnace for the job
- An explanation of different equipment available and assistance in choosing the best furnace for your needs
- Repair of existing ductwork and checking for air leakage to ensure peak performance
- Verification of proper installation by a third party to ensure the furnace was installed correctly
- Education on how to replace air filters and maintain other parts of the system
When you find a professional that will cover all of the things listed above along with anything else that you're concerned about, you'll have the right person for the job. Installing a furnace isn't difficult for trained professionals, but as with any professional service, you have to make sure that you're getting the best furnace expert in the area.
For more expert advice about furnace installation and other home heating and cooling issues, contact the experts at JonLe Heating & Cooling. We've been serving Butler County and the Greater Cincinnati area for over 50 years.
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