Types of Heating System Installations
TLC’s HVAC team are qualified to install and replace all types of furnaces and heating systems. So whatever HVAC system your home has you can feel confident in choosing TLC for your installation & replacement needs.
How do you know when its time to replace your furnace?
The average life of a gas furnace can range between 16-20 years. If your furnace is more than 16 years old you should keep an eye out for warning signs that your furnace is starting to fail. Keep an eye out for these signs that may indicate its time to replace your furnace.
Prepping your new furnace for refrigerated air
Are you considering converting to refrigerated air in the future but not right now? Did you know you can prep your new furnace for the conversion? If you’re already leaning towards converting to refrigerated air then we recommend adding the evaporative coil.
The evaporator goes on top of the furnace and installing it later will require you to completely remove the furnace and re-install it. So basically you would be paying to do the same job twice.
Also, the furnace blower is the main blower for the whole heating and cooling system, you want to make sure its the right size for the cooling system. Your TLC HVAC technician can help you with this process.
If you are interested, Your TLC HVAC professional will discuss the following with you:
- Sizing your Furnace accordingly to accommodate air conditioning. The furnace blower is the main blower for both heating and cooling. So size will need to be adjusted for the ac addition.
- Installing an evaporative coil during the furnace installation.
These steps will save you on labor costs if you’re planning to convert to AC in the next season.