Did you consider these before you made your decision on Heater Installation?

Your home heating system can start showing signs of wear after 10 years, sometimes even earlier. If you have to repair your HVAC very frequently, it’s time you consider replacing it. Our qualified contractors at TempoAC, with decades of experience in HVAC system installation, will answer all your questions about available heating systems.

After evaluating the pros and cons of replacing your home heating system, and you’ve decided to go with a new heater installation, here are a few things you should keep in mind.

Cost of equipment:

How much you’ll need to shell out, would depend on the type of furnace you’re using and what you want to replace it with. High efficiency gas furnaces cost more than their low efficient counterparts, but make up more than the difference in cost in the long run. Electrical furnaces are economical initially when compared to gas furnaces.

Installation:

When your contractor quotes you the installation price, it’s a given that the removal of the old furnace is included in the price. Installations shouldn’t take a lot of time for qualified technicians. Some contractors might employ helpers who aren’t qualified for the job. Make sure you add a penalty clause in the agreement in case the work isn’t finished in time.

Offers:

Don’t fall for offers that sound too good to be true. A lot of contractors cut corners by using second rate equipment and unqualified installation staff.  Insist on using certified technicians and original equipment. Consider bids from at least 3 contractors before making a decision.

Guarantee:

Ask for a written guarantee on equipment and service. The contractor you’re hiring should stand behind their products so that you don’t have to deal with any unwanted headaches.

Heater installation is a considerable financial decision, keep the above things in mind before you make a decision.

Call our friendly team of experts today! Tempo AC for all your heating requirements, we’ll get the home fires burning.

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