Furnace Installation

There are a number of steps that must be taken even prior to your furnace installation. These steps ensure a successful completion of the job, and safe furnace service. This is especially important if you have a gas-powered home. Working with a qualified Salt Lake City heating installation professional is the best way to make sure your installation gets the attention it deserves. 

Not all homes are built to accommodate the ductwork and components involved for exceptional furnace installation, so to make sure you are properly matched with the right heating system and the right sized furnace for your heating needs, you only want to work with highly trained and experienced professionals. 

Boiler Installation

Are you considering a boiler installation? This is one of the oldest methods of heating homes in the Salt Lake City area, and they’re still very popular among residents—for good reason! Boilers have very few moving parts when compared to more traditional heaters, which cuts down on maintenance and repair needs. For operation, they use radiators, baseboards, or hydronic systems to distribute heat, which eliminates the potential air quality issues inherent with forced air furnaces and heat pumps. 

Additionally, boilers are very efficient, saving you money in energy costs. Keep in mind of course, boiler installation does require a fair amount of space, and depending on the design of your home, this can be a tricky job. This is why it’s so important to work with qualified pros—we can properly incorporate a distribution system into your home with relative ease and minimal disruption. 

Geothermal Heating Installation

Have you considered geothermal heating and cooling for your home? A geothermal heat pump works similarly to a forced-air or air-source heat pump. Heat pumps are set up like central air conditioners, except that the flow of refrigerant can be reversed to transfer heat in the opposite direction. What does this mean? It means that these systems provide heating and cooling to Salt Lake City homes. 

Geothermal heaters use the steady temperature of the earth rather than the air to operate. This means that geothermal heating installation requires the placement of tubing beneath your property. This type of installation is the least disruptive during new home construction for this reason, but it can be retrofitted into your existing home! Contact us for more details.