We understand that you don’t go to furnace shopping every week. For this reason, our experienced and knowledgeable technicians help you understand your options so you can make an educated choice about your new furnace installation & replacement. There are numerous things to consider when installing a new furnace in your home and City Air furnace installation technicians have the experience and knowledge to help you make the right decisions.
All of our furnace installation services come complete with a 5-year manufacturer parts warranty. This means that if there is a problem with your furnace within the first 5 years of its operation you’re completely covered. Warranty must be maintained with regular furnace maintenance and furnace tune-up. With no hidden fees, our furnace installation pricing includes parts and labor.
Check out some of the Furnace units available, but not limited to
Not all furnaces work the same. As you decide which kind of furnace installation & replacement is right for you and your home, you’ll want to start with choosing the type of fuel or energy you want your unit to run on, which include:
Natural Gas Furnace: A natural gas furnace, also called a forced-air furnace, pulls cool air from rooms in your home and then passes it through a heat exchanger where the gas ignites a burner inside a combustion chamber. The warm air is then distributed back through the same duct system while vents exhaust outside the home.
Oil Furnace: An oil furnace operates similar to a forced-air furnace but uses oil that is burned into a fine mist so it can be absorbed into the air and carried to the rooms through ducts.
Electric Furnace: These furnaces use heated coils to warm air that is blown through the system, then distributed through ducts. They are also commonly used with heat pumps and central air conditioners.