Need Perfect Installation of Your New Furnace? Help is Just a Phone Call Away

New furnace installation is not child’s play. There are several factors covered under this. Equipped with years of experience and know-how, our experts understand the designing and functioning of different types of furnaces like the back of their hand.

Our Installation Process

  1. Request a Free Estimate

    The VA and MD clients can connect with our customer service rep on 703-893-8847 and (301) 608-0666 respectively to request a free installation estimate.

  2. Receive an Arrival Call

    One of our technicians will call you and schedule a visit to your location as per your convenience.

  3. Product Options & Estimated Prices

    During the visit, our technician will discuss different furnace installation and repair options available. Once you make a decision, our technician will provide you an accurate installation price upfront.

  4. Installation

    Once you make a choice, our crew will install the unit as per your convenience. After confirmation, it is typically done within 24 hrs.

  5. Give us Feedback

    In our effort to serve our customers better, we take feedback from you after furnace installation. Honest feedback is essential to help us continue to improve our service.

Need Perfect Installation of Your New Furnace? Help is Just a Phone Call Away!

New furnace installation is not a child’s play. There are several factors covered under this. Equipped with years of experience and know-how, our experts understand the designing and functioning of different types of furnaces like the back of their hand.

Having an efficient Furnace system in your home is essential for being comfortable, especially during the winters! If your heating system is old or often needs maintenance then it’s time to consider getting a replacement.

If you want a new furnace system installed in your home the first step is selecting the right size. Our HVAC technicians will be able to come to your home and assess this based on several factors, including the following:

  • The Square footage of your home.
  • The Number of Windows & Doors.
  • Insulation Levels in Walls and Ceiling.
  • The Design & condition of the ductwork in the house.
  • The use of any appliances that may generate heat and add heat load to the house.

Based on these factors, the service tech will recommend several options: furnaces, AC systems that can be installed into your home taking into consideration your budget and preferences. We will also offer specials that we may have running, and payment options to make your upgrade to higher SEER ratings and efficiency are more economical in most cases.

Once we place the order for your new system and come on the day of the installation, the brands most commonly used are Carrier, Bryant, Lennox, Trane, Amana, Goodman, Rheem, Ameristar, Ruud, Mitsubishi, Sanyo, Air Temp, Luxiure, Payne, Maytag, Figutsu or any other brand.

We will start of by removing and disposing of the old furnace system with furnace filter upon installation of the new unit with the return air box, Humidifier, UV light, EZ Trap, Water Sensor, drain pan, Drain pipe, Supply Ducts, Refrigerant Pipes (liquid and suction line set), Fuse Box, Disconnect safety Switch, Fuses, Gas Shutoff Valve for gas pipe.

Our installers will make sure the unit is Level on a slab which is stable and well connected. We will build a plenum on site. In most cases our customer homes’ are located in Alexandria, Annandale, Arlington, Burke, Clifton, Dunn Loring, Fairfax, Fairfax Station, Falls Church, Great Falls, Greenway, Herndon, Lorton, McLean, Merrifield, Newington, Oakton, Reston, Springfield, Vienna, Washington, Woodbridge in Northern Virginia area and Bethesda, Rockville, Gaithersburg, Silverspring, Capital Heights, Fort Washington In Maryland.

If you have a gas furnace then we will make sure there is no potential for gas leaks with soap bubbles or Electronic Leak Detectors. Our techs will make sure the service provided to you upholds to the industries and manufacturers standards in your home, office, store or a warehouse by proper ductwork and will do heat load calculations if necessary. This will include any sort of safety checks during and after the installation to make sure you and your home remain safe.

  • We Service All Make & Models
  • Same-day + 24/7 service
  • Fully licensed and insured
  • Senior citizen, Government & Military Discount
  • Best price guaranteed in the Washington DC Metro area
  • Factory Trained and EPA Certified, Technicians
  • Drug Free Technicians with Clean Background
  • We offer Free service calls with completed repair service
  • Over 30 Years of Experience
  • We use Genuine Parts Comes with 1Yr Warranty
  • We Repair/Service it Right the 1st Time

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The furnace is an essential home appliance for people living in cold climatic regions. The installation cost of a furnace depends on a variety of factors like the location of the furnace, its size, and the type of furnace that is being installed. The average cost of installing a furnace is around $2500 to $6500. The variation of the cost also depends on the part of the country and the labor costs in that region.

Furnace installation costs can be pretty high depending on the region you reside in, and therefore furnace users tend to install their furnaces on their own to save installation costs. But, is it possible? The answer is yes! You can install a furnace on your own, but an in-depth knowledge of the installation process is required. You can learn the installation procedure from online sources and DIY enthusiasts on social media. Most companies, however, advise against this practice as furnace installation professionals guarantee successful installation and endurance.

The furnace installation process also depends on many things like the kind of residential building, the number of units that have to be installed, and if it is a new installation or replacement of an existing furnace. If a furnace was installed earlier, then the time required will be less as the electrical wiring, gas line, and ductwork will already be cut out for the job. On average, a single-unit furnace installation takes 4-8 hours. The timing may vary depending on the number of people working on a single unit.

No, replacing the furnace and AC together is an expensive task. However, replacing or repairing the AC and furnace simultaneously ensures optimal working conditions for the furnace, ensuring better operational efficiency and saving money in the long run in the form of lowered running electricity costs. Furthermore, maintaining optimal conditions for the AC also increases the longevity by 10-15 years on average. So, even though it is a costly task to replace both the AC and furnace together, it saves a lot of money in the long run. Hence, it is reasonable to replace the furnace and AC together.

The lifetime of an average furnace is around 18 years. However, it largely depends on factors like the conditions in which it is being operated and its regular maintenance. If maintained regularly and adequately, it can efficiently run for 20-23 years. Therefore, there is no fixed time for replacing your furnace. Instead, look out for tell-tale signs that will give you indications if it is time to replace it or not.

The average cost for installing furnaces for a 1000 square feet area ranges from $1000 to $6000. Again, this wide range is because different models of furnaces provide heat using different technologies. Forced hot air furnaces are the most common form of heating where the hot air is circulated via vents installed in walls and floors. The cost of replacing an existing furnace is also similar, with an additional installation cost of uninstalling the existing furnace.

A 1500 square foot home furnace installation costs around $1500 to $8000. The variation in cost is due to the various available models of furnaces. Replacing an existing furnace with a new one costs a bit more in the form of uninstallation labor charges.

Lennox furnaces are one the best when it comes to HVAC solutions. The company’s highly efficient heating units are the most selling heaters globally. Lennox furnace installation costs around $2400 to $4000, and the model prices vary based on the heating technology being used. The cheapest Lennox furnace model is Lennox ML180, with a unit price of $1148 and an extra $2250 for installation. The most expensive Lennox furnace is the Lennox SLP98V, with a unit price of $2365 and an installation price of $3712.

The furnace size is determined by understanding your home’s BTU (British Thermal Unit) requirement. The BTU depends on the square footage and the geographic location of your home. For example, with a BTU requirement of 50-60 per sq. ft in the northernmost part of the US, the BTU requirement falls to 30-35 per sq. ft in the southern regions. So, if you have a 1000 square foot area, then depending on your geographic location, you will need around 30000 to 50000 BTU furnaces.

A well-functioning heating system is essential to survive the chilling climate during the winters. Having a problematic furnace calls for immediate replacements. If you don’t have a furnace at home, it is high time you get one. The cost of replacing a gas furnace is around $2000 to $6000, including the cost of the new furnace, the installation charges, and the gas cost. The furnace type plays a crucial role in determining how much money the entire installation process will cost.

There can be a lot of new models coming up in the market claiming to be the best, and their prices can be pretty high. Companies like Lennox have a reputation for providing the best deals for high-efficiency furnaces. Such a furnace’s installation and purchasing cost are around $3000 to $6500. This price is for a high-efficiency furnace that will provide 90-95 percent efficiency. You could also find medium-efficiency furnaces that cost a little less and provide 80-87 percent efficiency.

The longevity of a furnace depends on its build quality, the way it is being used, and if it is properly being maintained or not. If all these things are in place, an average furnace can run for 20 years without any problems. There is, however, no guarantee of electronic goods’ performance as it depends on a lot of unpredictable and uncontrollable factors. A furnace usually deteriorates in performance over time, and consulting a professional is the best way to identify if it is time to replace the furnace or not.

It is not logical to wait for your furnace to stop working to replace it with a new one. The replacement process is time-consuming and does not happen overnight. If your furnace stops working suddenly on a chilling winter night, it will turn out to be a nightmare for you. The furnace starts giving a signal before it dies completely. These are recognizable signals for getting your furnace replaced with a newer one.

A gas furnace can run properly for around 20 years with proper maintenance and ideal working conditions. Replacing the air conditioner along with the furnace is a good way of ensuring optimal working conditions for the furnace. However, the total number of years can vary from user to user, and the only way of identifying that is by carrying out regular maintenance checkups by a trained professional. The furnace starts showing problems over time that can be identified and resolved in their early stages. However, when they get repetitive, these problems indicate that your furnace will need replacement soon.

A furnace, just like every other machine, does not stop working one day all of a sudden after working in its peak condition. Instead, the workability of a furnace keeps deteriorating with time, which signals that it is about to die. Simple issues like wiring problems or unwanted heating are things that a technician can resolve just by replacing a few parts. But when the underlying hardware starts losing its functionality, it indicates the furnace is dying. It is not easy to spot these problems without the help of a technician, and steps to replace the existing system should be taken as soon as you notice these symptoms.

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