Heater Replacement & Installation Service
Low Heating Bills Are the Hot New Thing
If you own a home, at one point you will most likely need to replace your heating system. On average, a heater lasts about 15 years. Of course, yours could stop working earlier or you could get nearly two decades out of it. Eventually, that time will come, and you’ll need to find a reliable, trustworthy team that can confidently handle your heater replacement. Aire Serv® is here to do just that.
Our HVAC repair company has been keeping homeowners warm for over 25 years. We thoroughly understand the ins and out of heating systems and can quickly diagnose any issue. If you require a new heater installation, we can explain your options and help you decide on the best choice for your home.
Ready to restore comfort to your home? We offer free in-home estimates for heating system replacements, so give us a call at (855) 512-2886 today!
Should You Repair or Replace?
Sometimes, homeowners are too quick to buy a new heating system when their current one just needs some care and attention. A little maintenance and a few repairs can make more of a difference than you’d think. However, in some cases, homeowners believe that continual heater repairs will prolong the life of their system. Though they may buy you some time, you may end up spending more money – as well as time and hassle – with constant repairs. A heater replacement might be the better option. Our HVAC installation team can advise you on the best choice.
Your Options for Heating System Replacements
There are more heater varieties than ever before, and choosing yours opens up all kinds of energy-efficient options. Below we’ve listed the most common heater types, their strengths, and why you might want to consider a whole new kind of system.
The heaters available today include:
- Gas furnaces — With low natural gas prices, this furnace type has the lowest cost of operation.
- Electric furnaces — Slight increase in cost, but are solid options where natural gas is unavailable.
- Oil furnaces — For locations where oil is cheaper than gas or electricity (and where there’s space to store oil on the property), oil furnaces are an efficient and viable solution.
- Boilers — Boilers are effective and efficient radiant heat systems and provide consistent warmth in cold environments using hot water. They use multiple fuel sources like oil, gas, and electricity.
- Air-source heat pumps — For milder climates, air-source heat pumps move heat from the air and move it elsewhere. This is significant because you can move heat inside your home in the winter, then reverse operation to remove heat from your home in the summer.
- Geothermal heat pumps — The same idea as an air-source heat pump, except far more environmentally-friendly as it transfers heat from the earth. Heat pumps are very efficient.
Why Spend Money On an Energy-Efficient Model?
Unlike other environmentally-friendly industries, heating and cooling systems perform better when they’re more efficient. The same features that make it good for the earth make it a better investment for your home. For example, energy-efficient models have fewer drafts and result in more consistent temperatures. In addition, they save you money each month. Even one month of usage will begin to pay for the initial investment you made in your system. In the long run, you save a great deal of money. Like we said, low heating bills are the hot new thing!
Call (855) 512-2886 for a free in-home estimate on your new heater installation.