Your furnace is an important part of your family’s comfort and when it needs to be replaced, it’s important to get the right furnace to heat your home. Upgrading your furnace may be an unpleasant surprise, but reliable heat, home energy savings and attractive financing and incentives make this improvement a wise decision. Triple H Contracting has the skill and experience to make your furnace install easy!
When Should I Replace My Furnace?
There are several factors that can contribute the decision to upgrade your Nassau or Suffolk county home’s HVAC system. Furnaces have an average life expectancy of about 15-20 years when well maintained. If your furnace is aging, it may be time to consider upgrading to a new, energy efficient Rheem furnace. Other reasons to upgrade include:
- High repair bills
- More frequent breakdowns
- Oil to gas conversion in your neighborhood
- Safety concerns
- New Efficiency Upgrades Include HVAC Systems
Many homeowners across Nassau and Suffolk counties make changes to improve their home’s overall comfort and efficiency once they see the savings potential uncovered by Triple H Contracting’s no-cost energy audit. Once the simple fixes are in place like air sealing and new insulation, using an old, inefficient furnace doesn’t make much sense. Our customers often they learn that combining all the efficiency improvements together in one retrofit will maximize the incentive savings and financing opportunities. A new, high-efficiency furnace will start saving money on the very first day!
What Happens During a Furnace Installation
Once your new Rheem furnace is available for installation, Triple H Contracting will remove the old furnace. Our technicians will also test and seal your existing ductwork and make any necessary modifications. We’ll coordinate with your utility to ensure a seamless and safe installation. Once the old furnace is removed for disposal, your new energy efficient furnace is set in place and hooked up to the ductwork. Your fuel source is energized and we’ll complete testing to ensure the unit is operating safely!