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Heating Installation & Replacement Services in Oklahoma City, OK
The type of heating system you have installed into your home will depend on a variety of factors. If you’re moving into an older home that already has a furnace in place, for example, you may find that you want to replace it with an upgraded heating system of the same type (so long as the ductwork is in good shape).
There are a number of options though, and when you need an Oklahoma City HVAC professional to go through these options with you, you needn’t look any further than Comfort Incorporated. We’ve been in business for over 60 years, live in the communities we serve, and are committed to keeping your family safe, healthy, and comfortable. Contact us today!
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Choosing Your Heater
As we stated above, you have many options when it comes to your heating installation. The worst thing to do, whether it’s a brand new heater for your home or a furnace replacement, is rush out and buy the first thing that meets your budget. You want to know that you’ll get a good return on your investment, and that your heater matches your specific needs and comfort requirements.
For instance, while furnace installations are still widely popular throughout Oklahoma City, OK, other customers have found many benefits with the following heating systems.
- Heat Pumps: Heat pump systems operate like central air conditioners do. So why is this under heating? Because in the winter time, you can simply switch the reversing valve for access to reliable and efficient heat!
- Ductless Heating: Ductless systems take heat pump technology one step further—while providing you both cooling comfort in the summer and effective heat in the winter, they do so without the use of ductwork.
- Dual Fuel Systems: Sometimes, temperatures drop so low in Oklahoma City, OK, that heat pumps struggle to heat as efficiently as they can. Dual fuel systems provide a backup furnace that automatically cycles on when a certain temperature is reached.
- Geothermal Heating: Geothermal systems use the stable energy and temperature of the earth beneath your property to effectively and efficiently heat your home in the winter. Contact us today to learn more about these innovative systems!
Does Your System Need Replacement?
It can be hard to determine, for the average homeowner, when it’s time for a furnace replacement or the replacement of any other heater type. A new heater is a big investment, and you want to ensure you’re making the right decision. After all, many of the signs of replacement are similar to the signs that you need heater repairs.
For instance, you might hear loud and unfamiliar noises coming from your heater, or you might have uneven heating throughout your living space, and cool air coming from one or more vents. The best thing to do in cases like this is give our pros a call. We’ll help you determine if you can get by with another repair, or if heating system replacement will be a better option for you. We usually recommend the latter when your heater is approaching 15 years of age or older.