Heating services refer to the installation, maintenance, and repair of boilers, heat pumps, furnaces, radiators, forced-air, ductless mini-splits, radiant heating, and baseboard heaters.
In Anderson, SC, and the entire Upstate, the primary fuels for heating services come from electricity, oil, and natural gas, with coal, wood, and alternative fuels far behind.
We don’t merely repair and tune up heating systems, we also provide first-rate furnace installation in Anderson, SC.
What makes our expert services different from others? We’ve fine-tuned our process over time.
All of our pros are ACE certified, which indicates they’ve been awarded the most important technical certification in HVAC. They also are involved in current industry and system training to learn the most outstanding procedures to complete furnace repair and furnace maintenance, in addition to professional furnace installation.
And we support all of our labor with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.* We’re so convinced of the outstanding offerings that we offer you time to think it over—a full year, in fact.
Reach us at (864) 295-0905 to request your furnace installation now.
It’s often more cost-effective to replace your furnace and air conditioner at the same time. Plus, you’ll also benefit from greater energy efficiency year-round. Here’s when you should replace both systems at the same time:
Understanding when to request furnace installation can be time-consuming and frustrating. Our experts at Air Today Heating & Cooling have an A+ in home comfort, so you can rely on them to help you make the right decision. Get started by calling us at (864) 295-09056 to request your free home comfort assessment today!
Here’s what will happen when we install your new heating system.
It might be difficult to know approximately when your heating system is beginning to shut down or how often you should replace your furnace. However, your heating system can display clues that it’s close to permanent failure. Here are four of the most typical signs of needing furnace installation.
With routine maintenance, many furnaces live for close to 20 years, although a few can last even longer. If yours is getting close to that age, it’s smart to begin planning for furnace replacement. That way, you won’t experience an interruption in comfort when your furnace shuts down permanently.
Your furnace loses efficiency as it ages. As a common side effect, your comfort and heating bills can suffer. Here are a few signs that your furnace is struggling:
It’s fine for your furnace to produce some noise as it starts and stops. But furnace noises like rattling, banging, or screeching can mean there’s something severely wrong with it. Because these problems can be expensive to remove, it’s often preferable to get a new furnace.