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What the Experts Aren't Telling You about Heating Installation
Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Here's the inside scoop on what you need to know about heating installation!

Heating Installation

It’s no secret that new heating installation is a major task for homeowners, and some insider info from the experts on how to do it right can help. If you’ve made your choice about the perfect heating solution for your home, now comes the ultimate test – getting a professional company to help you purchase and install your new furnace. The installation is arguably the most difficult part of the process, but once it’s done you can get down to business; namely, enjoying the cozy retreat of your new home heating system.

Here are some top secret tips to help:

Prep Work Can Make a Difference

Getting the installation area ready before the installation technicians arrive can make a huge difference in how smoothly the entire process goes. Make sure the area is a level surface and that it has access to any necessary duct work, piping, and wiring. Clearing the area of any existing dust and debris will help facilitate the installation and minimize the time it takes technicians to complete their job.

Get the Professional Touch

True, you could theoretically handle a DIY furnace installation – but in the same way that you can take your own computer apart, fix it, and put it back together. Furnace installation is a serious, complicated project that requires knowledge of electrical work, ductwork, and gas piping. In addition, not only are you burdening yourself with the hassle of handling a big project, but you are also risking damage to the furnace and your home. After making an investment of this caliber, professionals will tell you it’s better to trust experienced technicians.

Airtight is Right

With some appliances, professional installation isn’t imperative. But with furnaces, if the connections aren’t sealed properly from the get-go, you’ll be wasting energy and losing money on inefficient operating. Leaks are a serious concern and professionals are the best way to avoid this problem.

Do you have additional concerns and questions about the heating installation process? Call 704-933-2256 and talk to an experienced G+S Energy technician.

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