Seattle Furnace Installation
Trust AirGanic To Install and Maintain Your New Furnace System
Owning a home requires constant maintenance, regular upgrades and the occasional mini crisis. One day, the furnace is acting funny, the next day, you notice a draft in a corner. Maybe this is the year that you’d like to upgrade your furnace to stay warm in the winter. For any of these situations, we’re here for you with the right materials, and a friendly staff to serve you every step of the way.
We know that installing a furnace is no minor decision, and that you probably have a more than a little concern over the cost of a furnace installation, which can run you somewhere in the 4 figures. There’s no need to panic – AirGanic is a proven furnace company that has installed countless furnaces with outstanding quality at a reasonable price. If you’re wondering what to expect during this process, we’re here to provide you with some basic tips.
This is a major investment for any homeowner, so we’re here to help you make the right one for your needs, goals and budget. And that starts with knowing the facts. Most people who replace their HVAC equipment don’t obtain a system analysis and end up purchasing the wrong sized system.
This may not sound like much of an issue but making this kind of common mistake means you’ll pay higher utility bills, your equipment may fail, and you might find yourself in this position again long before you should need a replacement.
AirGanic can help you avoid those mistakes by conducting a comprehensive system check of your home or office before you begin shopping for a new furnace. Because this appliance is a major part of your family’s daily comfort, it’s important that you have the right one and that it’s installed safely and properly.
Your main option for a furnace will be forced air systems. Forced air systems will require ductwork to blow heated air (hence the word forced to distribute heat throughout your home.
If you are using the most common system–forced air– you have many options, namely:
- geothermal, and
Electric systems are typically found in areas that don’t experience harsh winter. Oil is less common because of rising oil prices. Gas furnaces are the most common.
They are great for harsh winter weather and although they have higher upfront cost than electric models, they make up for it in their low monthly operating costs. They heat quickly, making them incredibly efficient and can last a long time with the right installation and maintenance, such as ductwork cleaning, filter replacement and annual inspections.
We will help you choose the right sized system, the best brands of furnace and everything else – from your warranty to the thermostat that works for your family.
Our experienced staff will run your ducts and drains to the proper position to reduce the needs for later maintenance, connect your duct system and vent pipes, gas supply and electrical supply. As always, we check our work before leaving to ensure that there are no issues with your brand new furnace system.
If you are in need of a local furnace company in Seattle, you can trust AirGanic to provide residential furnace installation that exceeds your expectations.
Our superior quality service makes us more than just the best furnace company around – home and business owners like you choose us time and again for our reliable, professional service and attention to detail.
An “AIRganic” Approach
At AirGanic, we do not use paper at all. We only use eco-friendly products to be mindful of your family’s health as well as the environment. We strive to provide better air and keep it all organic – we are AirGanic!
No paper used in any way - invoices and quotes are all digital
Free ecological sanitation to the air ducts after the cleaning
UV air purification system that cleans up germs and eliminates bacteria
We use only non-toxic, EPA-approved products
We sell only electrostatic filters to avoid paper waste from regular paper filters
Call AirGanic today to schedule a quote and get a consultation for your new furnace or furnace repair or servicing.