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Furnace Services in Tampa, FL
There are a number of different heating systems to choose from if you’re a homeowner in Tampa, FL or any of the surrounding areas throughout Pinellas, Pasco, or Hillsborough County. And while we may not experience winter temperatures as dire as the Midwest or further up north, it makes sense that you want a reliable heater to get through our cooler months.
That’s where a furnace, expertly installed and serviced by The A/C Guy of Tampa Bay Inc. comes in. We install and replace a wide range of furnace types. We also repair and maintain these systems to ensure their efficiency and effectiveness. Contact us today to learn more!
Choose a Professional for Your Furnace Installation in Tampa
Furnaces certainly do make for excellent heating systems, but they must be professionally installed in order to function as they should. For example, if you choose a gas furnace, then your gas piping needs to be appropriately integrated into the furnace itself. Because handling gas lines can be inherently risky, it’s vital that this work be done by a pro.
That’s not the only reason to contact our Tampa, FL professionals for your furnace installation, however. We go the extra mile with our "Sevens Standards"—seven extra steps we take during the installation process that other contractors do not. This is all part of upholding our vision statement—"We Serve Our Tampa Bay Family with Integrity and Honor, by Providing Expert Service That Surpasses Their Expectations!"
Should You Go Gas or Electric?
There are a number of factors to take into consideration when investing in a furnace installation. For instance, the heating system’s size must be properly matched to your home’s specific needs, if you expect it to adequately warm your home in an efficient manner. But before you get to that point, you’ll first want to decide whether you’d like a gas furnace or an electric furnace.
Gas furnaces are ideal for homeowners in Tampa, FL who already have gas lines running through their property. The installation of this type of furnace is typically more expensive than that of an electric model, however your monthly costs are likely to be reduced given the affordability of this fuel type.
Electric furnaces have their advantages. First off, this is a great way to get effective, whole–home heating if you don’t already have gas lines hooked up—or if you’re concerned about safety issues associated with gas. Modern furnaces are built with more safety features in mind than in the past, but this is still a concern for some homeowners.
Signs You Need Furnace Repairs
It’s vital that homeowners keep an eye on their heating systems to ensure that everything is in good, working condition. No matter how well you take care of your furnace, there may come a time that a repair is needed. Listen for strange or loud noises, watch for abnormally high energy bills, and pay attention to uneven or inadequate heating—these are all signs that something is amiss with your furnace system.
The best way to fend off the worst of these repairs, extend the lifespan of your furnace, and save money on your energy bills is with regular maintenance. Ask us about our maintenance plan—in addition to 2 scheduled tune–ups a year, you’ll be afforded a number of additional benefits including priority service and discounts on labor. Contact the Customer Service Advisors in our office today to learn more!