Furnace Replacement Sacramento
New Furnace Replacement or Installation services in
Ductwork must be inspected when purchasing a new furnace. It’s likely that the new unit may have supply and return air openings in different spots than the original furnace did, so existing ductwork will have to be altered to accommodate the new openings. Duct connectors also need to be replaced, as they’re usually damaged during the demolition of an old unit. Finally, inspect the ductwork for leaks—it’s guaranteed to save you time and money down the road.
If you’re doing furnace replacement, consider also installing a smart thermostat to save energy—and money. If you’re keeping an existing thermostat, know that faulty thermostat connections are one of the major causes of operational issues with new heating and cooling systems. HVAC experts should thoroughly inspect it before and after installing the new unit.
Your electrical it’s likely to be as old as the furnace you’re replacing. Electrical panels and wiring will age and deteriorate, causing potential fire hazards. HVAC experts should carefully examine your electrical service and wiring connections before installing a new unit.
Home Delivery and Installation
Our experiences HVAC technicians will install and start up the new furnace in your home. We promise you’ll be thrilled with our visit and back it up with our 100% guarantee.
We recommend annual maintenance for every furnace. Kingdom has developed a thorough 30-point tune-up to clean and calibrate your furnace guaranteed to have it in peak condition for winter, wherever you call home in the range of Northern California climates.