Once your brand new heating and cooling system is installed into your home, the best way to get the most out of it is to take care of it. Furnace maintenance is an important part of keeping your home safe and comfortable during cold winter months. It will also prolong the life of your HVAC system and make it less susceptible to malfunctions.
Below are some easy ways that you can keep an eye on your furnace
For more information regarding costs to install a new furnace, alternative heating installations, or to schedule a service call with one of our specialists, call White Sands Cooling & Heating today.
Question: Can a furnace be installed in an attic?
Answer: As long as your attic is well insulated, yes! You can install a furnace into your attic. However, we do not recommend trying to do this yourself. Give us a call and let our certified heating technicians do the job for you! Learn more about furnaces here https://www.energy.gov/energysaver/furnaces-and-boilers
Question: Do I need a permit to install a furnace?
Answer: When it comes to the installation of a furnace, you may need to get a permit depending on local building regulations and codes. Generally speaking, for new construction and replacement systems, a permit is required. Additionally, gas companies will often mandate a coordinated effort between their technicians and certified HVAC technicians in order to connect gas furnaces. Call us now! We're more than happy to answer any questions you may have. https://myescambia.com/our-services/building-services/permitting
Question: Can a homeowner install their own furnace?
Answer: Please only allow a professional to install your furnace, no matter if it's electric or gas. If it isn't done correctly, you can put yourself and your family at risk for injury or even death. See: https://www.greenamerica.org/natural-gas-pipeline-and-infrastructure-explosions-nationwide
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