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Choosing the right heater installation service in Howard County, MD, Montgomery County, MD, Washington, DC, and the surrounding areas can make a difference in how warm your home stays this winter. At JC & JC HVAC Mechanical Contractors, we understand what it takes to efficiently install heaters, perform preventative maintenance, and make those middle-of-the-night emergency repairs. We’re a locally owned and operated home heater installation company. We know you have options, so choose the best!
We offer affordable commercial and residential heating installation and heater replacement services in Washington, DC, Silver Spring, MD, and the surrounding areas, including:
We’re certified to complete the heater installation of all major makes and models, including energy-efficient ones. This gives our clients options when they choose the heating equipment that best suits their home.
Part of the residential heating installation services that we provide includes helping our clients select the right equipment to suit the size of their home. We also inspect the ductwork and install any additional ducts or vents that you’ll need for a more energy-efficient home heating system.
We’ll even remove your old furnace or heater, disposing of it so you don’t have to. Our teams are professionally certified to install your replacement furnace safely, and we’ll make recommendations on how you can make it last longer.
Upgrading to an energy-efficient heating system can be a great way to reduce energy costs and positively impact the environment. Here are the top benefits of switching to an energy-efficient heater:
By installing a high-efficiency heating system, you could cut your energy bills by at least 30% each month.
The startup cycle takes a lot out of a heater, and that’s why energy-efficient units have been designed to have fewer cycles. Because there are fewer startups, the unit’s moving parts and electrical components experience less wear and tear, allowing the system to last longer.
Modern heaters are sealed better than units from generations ago, so less dust and debris can collect in their interior components. It also has better controls and more sophisticated electrical components. With a high-efficiency heater, you can schedule fewer tune-ups.
Many homeowners are considering a high-efficiency heater installation because the unit uses a third of the fuel their older unit used. These systems also emit less carbon dioxide. With this type of heater replacement, going green has never been more feasible for homeowners.
Are you tired of family members complaining about how cold their room is? This could be a thing of the past when you switch to a high-efficiency heater. This system will more evenly distribute heat throughout your home and give you more control over the temperature.
You don’t have to wait for your heater to shut down completely to book a service, such as a residential heating installation. Many furnaces will show signs that they require repair before it becomes an emergency. Here are some indications that you need to schedule repair services from professional HVAC contractors:
Preventative maintenance for your home heater can help reduce the number of break-downs you have and the need for expensive emergency repairs. Our techs come out and perform inspections of your furnace (it’s best to schedule this in the late summer, so you’re prepared for fall) and make recommendations for duct cleaning if needed. Then, we inspect the furnace and heater to ensure that it’s ready to heat your home properly. If minor repairs are needed, we’ll make them immediately, which ensures that you can avoid those pricey emergency repairs. If your heater has reached the end of its lifespan, we can perform new heater installations before it breaks down and you have to go without heat.
When you schedule regular preventative maintenance for your heater and duct cleaning, you’ll also prolong the life of your furnace, keeping it in good condition. Plus, when you catch small problems fast, you reduce the chances that the problem will get bigger and more expensive to fix, possibly resulting in the need for a new heater installation.