If you’ve been considering installing a new furnace, turn to the pros at Medley. We install gas and electric heaters in homes throughout Dallas and Collin Counties. Whether you want to upgrade your existing heating system to a newer, more energy-efficient model, or you simply need a new furnace, our team is ready to get the job done quickly and correctly.
We can come out to assess your space and determine the right type and size of furnace to suit your needs. We take the time to learn about our customers’ specific comfort needs, budgets, and efficiency concerns. Then, we recommend high-quality products from some of the industry’s most trusted brands. Once you’ve received your new furnace, we carefully install it according to the manufacturer’s specifications and test it to make sure everything is working properly before we leave.
Many homeowners aren’t sure when their furnace needs to be replaced. They don’t know what signs to look for, which can lead to complete system breakdowns and other major problems. You can save yourself this hassle by knowing the signs that it’s time to consider replacing your furnace—and having a new one installed before you lose heat altogether.
You may want to consider replacing your furnace if:
- Your furnace is old. Most furnaces last between 10 and 20 years. Find out how long your particular unit was meant to last and note how long it’s been in the home. If you are near the end of your furnace’s lifespan, consider furnace replacement to make sure you and your family stay warm. If nothing else, make sure you perform regular maintenance so you can catch any problems before they become huge hassles.
- Your furnace doesn’t heat as well as it used to. Regular maintenance can help your furnace work better but most lose performance as they age. At some point, your older furnace simply may not be able to keep your home warm like it once did. If you’re cold and you’ve done everything you can, it may be time for new furnace installation.
- You have some health concerns. An older furnace can allow more dust, debris, and allergens into your home than a newer one, creating poor indoor air quality. It can also permit poisonous gasses, such as carbon monoxide, to enter the air when it’s really not working well. If you or anyone in your family has any health concerns, and you believe your furnace could be worsening symptoms, it’s time to call us and talk about new furnace installation.
- Your furnace makes unusual noises. You should hear your furnace turn on and off, especially if you’re right next to it, but you shouldn’t hear banging, popping, or any other unusual noises. These can indicate that something has broken and is causing issues with your heating system. Some issues can be effectively repaired, but others require furnace replacement. Our technicians can inspect your furnace and determine whether you need repairs or new installation.
Whether you have questions about furnace installation or you’re ready to move forward, call us today! We’ll set you up with an appointment with one of our experts who will walk you through the process. If you decide to move forward, we’ll get your new furnace installed for you as soon as possible.
When it comes to having a new furnace installed, it’s important to trust the professionals. An incorrectly sized or improperly installed furnace can lead to an array of problems, from uneven heating and poor energy efficiency to increased wear and tear and more frequent repairs.
Finding the right professionals to install your new furnace also matters. At Medley, we don’t just offer top-quality installation services backed by our numerous service guarantees; we also take the time to make sure you understand everything that goes into your home’s new heating system.
Our technicians utilize cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art HVAC equipment to correctly install gas and electric furnaces for any sized home. We genuinely care about your comfort, which is why we stand behind the quality of our workmanship and the level of customer support we provide. Most of the products we install also come with 10-year warranties, meaning any issue you may have will be fully covered.
When you need new furnace installation in Carrollton or the nearby areas, make the right choice—call Medley to learn how we can help.
Reach us online or by phone at (972) 449-4834.
How much does a new furnace cost?
The cost of a new furnace varies depending on the type, the model, the brand, and other factors. That being said, in 2022, the average cost of a new furnace in Texas is about $1,000 to $3,000 for a gas furnace and $500 to $1,200 for an electric unit, not including installation. Keep in mind that these are rough estimates; the size of your home, your specific comfort needs, your energy efficiency preferences, and other factors will all influence the overall cost of your furnace.
At Medley, we can help you find a new furnace that meets your budgetary needs and comfort preferences. Contact us today to learn more.
How long does it take to install a new furnace?
Generally speaking, new furnace installation is relatively quick. Depending on the size and type of unit, as well as other factors, installing a new furnace can take anywhere from 4 to 10 hours. At Medley, we work quickly and efficiently to minimize disruption and restore your home’s heating as soon as possible.
What kind of furnace do I need?
The exact type of furnace you need depends on your comfort preferences, budgetary concerns, the size of your home, and many other factors. There are two main types of residential furnaces: gas and electric. In general, gas furnaces are more energy efficient than electric furnaces. They also heat homes more quickly and are cheaper to install. However, the upfront price of a new gas furnace is more than that of a new electric model, and gas furnaces do pose some safety concerns. Electric furnaces also tend to last longer than gas furnaces, meaning you could save money in the long run on replacement costs.
The team at Medley can help you determine which type of furnace is best suited to your needs. We are happy to answer any questions you may have and provide our personalized, professional recommendations. We never recommend any products we wouldn’t install in our own homes.