Emergency Furnace Replacement & Safety
For emergency furnace replacement, we work closely with our customers to meet their immediate installation needs. We understand that losing heat during a Minnesota winter is a safety concern. For our heating emergency service, call us any time of day or night during the heating season.
Initially, our technician will inspect and diagnose the problem. Some older furnaces may not be able to be repaired. Others may need costly repairs to become operational again, and it becomes more advantageous to replace the entire system.
When most people purchase homes in the Twin Cities area, they purchase a home that has an existing furnace or boiler already installed. A typical heating system is designed to have a life span that is at least one to two decades in length. Because of HVAC system longevity, many homeowners have never needed to purchase a new system.
If your HVAC system is more than 15 years old, it may be time to start thinking about replacement. As it gets older, you might notice that your furnace struggles to keep your home at an even temperature and keep up with the demand. If you are unsure of it’s condition, scheduling routine maintenance will help you identify potential problems before they occur.
The Right Heating System For Your Home
When designing a heating system, we always consider your home’s heat delivery system and conduct a heat-gain analysis that guarantees exceptional comfort as well as optimum efficiency.
Choosing the Size, Model, and Brand of Furnace
There are many variables involved when designed and installing a heating system. We specialize in residential replacements. “Sizing” your equipment based on your home’s needs is critically important, as well as having the right ductwork for your home. Improper installation can reduce performance efficiency by as much as 30%. This not only affects your utility bills, but can lead to a variety of comfort problems, including insufficient dehumidification, dust from leaking ductwork, and poor air distribution. Your comfort is our priority, which is why we created the Ironclad Protection guarantee.
Newer equipment has much higher efficiency ratings. Each year, technology and energy savings improve. When you meet with a sales representative for your free in-home consultation, ask about the options that are available for your home.