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Heating Installation In Piedmont, SC

Piedmont Furnace Installation

Investing in a heating system is an important decision, with long-term impacts on comfort, energy bills, and the value of your home.  For the next fifteen to twenty years, your furnace or heat pump needs to live up to your expectations for capacity, efficiency, and reliable performance.  There are no one-size-fits-all solutions to your home’s specific requirements.  Through a broad selection of top-quality systems and accurate recommendations, the team from Air Today Heating & Cooling will help you satisfy your comfort and budget needs.

Get The Best Options For Your Furnace & Heat Pump Installation

You want a heating system that keeps costs low while delivering exceptional and consistent comfort.  When a furnace loses or wastes heat, it requires more energy to maintain your home at desired temperatures.  The best way to ensure peak performance is through accurate installation.

When it comes to maximizing your investment, we do our homework.  By carefully sizing equipment, listening to your concerns, and verifying the condition of ductwork and insulation, we provide answers for any and all furnace or heat pump-related questions!

Furnace Installation, Heating System Installation Service

You might only use your heating system for a few months out of the year, but you can still encounter problems. Some heating seasons are more demanding than others. One winter might be mild, yet the next can bring frigid temperatures. Whether you rely on your furnace a little or a lot, you will still need to have it serviced. Neglecting essential repairs or maintenance will only cost you more in the long run.

Preventive maintenance helps you to avoid problems that could cause you to lose heat when you need it most. During routine maintenance, your Air Today Heating & Cooling technician will:

  • Thoroughly inspect your system to identify and repair any problems
  • Clean areas as needed
  • Check your filter
  • Look for specific threats such as the potential for carbon monoxide leaks
  • Ensure the system overall is performing as it should

 

Proper repair and annual maintenance can help your system to serve its expected lifetime. Employing the right HVAC team to take care of your heating system will also help it to perform better, maximize your indoor comfort, and reduce energy waste.

Signs a Furnace Is in Decline

People who learn to recognize the signs a furnace is close to the end of its life can give themselves a chance to prepare for a replacement. Home appliances tend to offer clues to their impending demise, and furnaces are no different. Here are several things you should be watching out for:

  • Increased utility costs due to drops in efficiency
  • Strange and loud noises that occur while the unit is operating
  • Foul smells coming from the appliance
  • It has difficulty maintaining temperatures

 

After noticing any of the above symptoms, it may be best to call in an expert to inspect your furnace. They will be able to determine the state of your device and whether or not it’s in need of simple repairs or if replacing it makes more sense.

Plan for Furnace Replacement

Every home appliance breaks down eventually. It’s a fact. However, if you prepare to purchase a replacement before a device meets its doom, you can ensure you’re not left waiting when the time comes. This applies to furnaces. Teaching yourself the signs of a furnace in decline, as outlined above, may open a window for you to shop around and buy a brand new unit.

One thing to consider when planning for a replacement appliance is the cost of maintaining the current device. The older a furnace gets, the more often it will need repairs and the less efficient it becomes. If the cost of upkeep is starting to become burdensome, it may be prudent to buy a new model. Modern furnaces are more energy efficient. While the upfront cost of replacement may seem high, you should carefully consider how you may save money in the long run in utility costs.

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