Furnace Installation & Replacement Services in Chillicothe, OH
We realize buying a new furnace is a pretty big decision for a homeowner here in the Greater Ross County Area. Because of this, we make the whole furnace installation process as easy as it can be for each and every customer. We treat our customers the way we would want to be treated if we were in their shoes making a major consumer decision like this, like replacing a furnace or comfort system. Check out our current financing offer!
We at Chillicothe Heating & Cooling treat you with courtesy, respect, and professionalism, with the utmost honesty and care. Our staff members are always friendly; we are always upfront about our pricing and we don’t have any sort of hidden fees. They are very knowledgeable about anything related to HVAC. Our NATE-certified professionals know to patiently go over all the options each homeowner has available with the utmost care and honesty. In the end, we want you to see we care about your air and make comfort happen.
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Furnace Replacement in Chillicothe, OH
What is a Diagnostic Service Call?
Anytime you know there’s some kind of issue with your heating system and you need professional guidance for options to fix it, we offer diagnostic service calls at reduced rates to help you keep your comfort system running smoothly.
When you call Chillicothe Heating & Cooling, we typically can send a technician that same day. Using the latest HVAC diagnostic equipment, our NATE-certified technicians thoroughly inspect the equipment and perform expert diagnostics to pinpoint the root cause of the problem. Once they’ve determined the problem, they’ll present you with a variety of options for resolving it and moving forward.
At that point, it’s up to you — as our valued customer and fellow community member — to decide what you want done. You are in no way bound to have us fix the problem. There will never be any sales pressure or hidden fees. Believe it or not, in an industry rife with competition trying to get an edge and make a “quick dollar,” we realize there’s no such thing as a quick dollar. Because of this, we want what’s best for you and will do whatever it takes to make sure you’re happy when we leave.
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How to Choose the Right Furnace
Because it’s readily available and usually the least expensive, natural gas is the most popular fuel source. Moreover, gas furnaces are usually cheaper to purchase and install, and they’re a lot less messy than oil furnaces. However, if gas supply is not available in your area, the next best choice is oil. Overall, electric furnaces are the cheapest to buy and install. However they don’t heat large homes very well and will cost the most to operate in electric bills.
- Modulating Gas Furnaces: Of all the gas furnaces, this type regulates heat the most precisely. It’s ideal for colder climates to regulate room temperatures evenly and efficiently.
- Single-Stage Gas Furnaces: A standard single-stage furnace features a gas valve that opens and closes. The gas flows at a single rate, which is high. Single-stage gas furnaces operate at about 80 percent AFUE and are best for milder climates.
- Two-Stage Gas Furnaces: For optimal efficiency, two-stage gas furnaces enable the gas to flow high or low. To regulate the temperature, the unit’s thermostat communicates with the furnace.
- Electric Furnaces: Although they aren’t as economical as gas furnaces, electric furnaces are still popular options. They heat air by moving it over electric coils and distributing the warmed air throughout the home.
- Oil Furnaces: Oil furnaces are ideal for homeowners who don’t have access to other types of fuels.
Although having a furnace with a high rating is important, the cost of the fuel source should also be taken into consideration as it can take away from the furnace’s efficiency. The most efficient furnace is an electric one. An electric furnace barely loses any energy. The AFUE rating for an electric furnace is 95 to 100%. However, in spite of the high-efficiency level, electricity is more expensive. This means electric furnaces the most expensive to run.
Furnace Replacement in Chillicothe, OH
“Should I Repair or Replace my Furnace?”
When home heating equipment breaks down, fixing it can be quite expensive. And, if you find yourself having to fix it more and more, you may wonder whether it’s better to repair or replace your furnace. Below we list seven essential questions and answers that will help you decide whether to repair or replace your furnace.
"How Old Is My Furnace?"
"What Condition is the Furnace In?"
Investing in repair parts and labor on a system that’s been running beautifully is usually well worth the money. However, if the furnace is loud, rusty, sooty, blowing cold air, and running up your heating bill, it might be time to say goodbye, especially if there are any safety issues.
"What’s the Projected Cost Of Repairs?"
The age and condition of your furnace will help you determine how much you should spend for repairs. For example, spending a few hundred dollars on a furnace that’s middle-aged isn’t unreasonable. However, if the repair estimate comes to more than a thousand, your money is probably much better spent investing in a new model.
"Are There Any Rebates Or Special Offers For A New Furnace?"
Take advantage of special offers and deals that will make the purchase of a new home heating system more affordable. You could qualify for a program such as the Home Efficiency Rebate, which is offered to incentivize upgrading your home’s energy efficiency.
Chillicothe Heating & Cooling
Buy Today, Pay Over Time
Are you needing to upgrade your home's heating or air conditioning system or need help covering the cost of repairs? Check out our current financing offer! We have partnered with Wells Fargo to offer a credit card to help our customers keep their homes comfortable year-round.