Furnace Installation Littleton, Colorado

Posted on: December 9th, 2019 by ROX Heating & Air No Comments

Why should you hire a professional and experienced technician to install your furnace? There are many reasons why you should hire a professional vs. attempting “Do it Yourself” projects. The main reason to hire a professional HVAC technician is for your safety and also the safety of those that live in the same home that your furnace will be operating. 

Do You Know Everything it Takes to Successfully Install a Furnace?

Here are a few terms that you may not know a darn thing about when it comes to just this one piece of machinery in your home: 

  • Heat exchanger
  • Blower
  • Heat load calculation
  • Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency
  • Blower motor
  • Cubic feet per minute
  • Condensing furnace
  • Crawl space
  • Thermocouple & Flame sensor
  • Downflow furnace
  • Natural-draft furnace

….And a few more that are not listed here! Learning the terminology and “what goes where” is a lot to learn if you have no knowledge to begin with. Then, you would have to practice until you get the job done right completely through and through. 

 

Things a professional and experienced technician will be able to tell you about a furnace in your home for example is the size of what is appropriate for the size of your home. A smaller furnace will never properly distribute heat evenly through your home. You may end up paying MORE over time by simply not having the correct furnace installed.

It Takes Skill to Install a New Furnace

Unfortunately, it is not as simple as “take out the old furnace and pop in a new one” when it comes to installing a furnace into your home. Just checking to make sure something like ductwork is ventilated and connected properly throughout your home is just one of the things that need to be tended to when it comes to installation of a furnace. This information may be overwhelming to a homeowner but it is all part of the knowledge and job of a HVAC professional, and comes natural. Give us a call and let us take care of business for you!

 

If you have any questions for us here at, Rox Heating & Air (720) 468-0689, we are eagerly awaiting your call to help you figure out the best way to go about any of your furnace issues. Please also remember that getting on it when it comes to regularly servicing your furnace is the best way to avoid having to call us at all! 

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