NEW HEATER IN Philadelphia
Does your Philadelphia home or business need a New Heater?
Whether you are looking to have a heater installed for the first time during the construction of a new building, or your heating system needs to be replaced because it's old and beyond repair, Global Services is here to help. Our heater repair company provides a range of services, including heating installations in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Burlington, Gloucester & Camden Counties
We can install various types of heating systems, including central heat, heat pumps and boilers to keep your home or business warm and toasty all season long. When the temperatures drop, the last thing you need is for your heater to fail. We can provide you with a brand new system that has been carefully and professionally installed, so you won't have to deal with the stress of a faltering heat system any more. To learn about the various options for a new heater in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Burlington, Gloucester & Camden Counties, call (215) 722-1500.
If your heating system isn't heating your home effectively, you may be wondering what you should do. We offer an emergency service, so know that you can call us any time of the day or night and we'll be there to help. When the temperatures outside are in the single digits, the last thing you want to do is waste time trying to figure out if you can get it working again yourself.
Even worse, you could do further damage to the system if you're not an experienced HVAC repair technician, so you could turn what would be a simple repair into something more costly. Our team can get out to you as quickly as possible to determine if you need a new system or repair is appropriate, and then provide you with fast and effective service.
Luckily, in some cases, you can prevent the sudden loss of heat by recognizing the signs that your system may need to be replaced soon. For instance, if your furnace is more than 15-20 years old, it's probably time to have a thorough inspection and possibly a replacement BEFORE it's needed. It can become more costly to maintain and repair a furnace that is at the end of its life than it is to purchase a new system.
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How much does it cost to have a new heater installed in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Burlington, Gloucester & Camden Counties?
Heating systems can vary a great deal in price, depending on the size of the system, the brand, the warranty, and more. We can help you choose a heating system that will work for your home or business while also fitting into your budget. Additionally, our team can provide you with an accurate quote, which will give you the opportunity to plan in advance whenever possible.
How long will my heating system last?
This depends on the type of heater or furnace as well as other factors, such as how often you will need to use it and how often during the day it runs. On average, central heating systems can last up to 20 years, but some may begin to fail after as few as 10 years. We will help you choose the right system for your home, so you can get the biggest bang for your buck.
We understand that replacing your central heating is a major investment, so we will do everything we can to ensure you choose a system that will give you the right balance of longevity and affordability. There are many things to consider when choosing a new heater, including what type, how big of a unit you need, where it will be located, whether you can run ductwork if your home doesn't have any, and more.
Types of heating systems used in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Burlington, Gloucester & Camden Counties
Choosing a heating system can be difficult, as there are many types, including:
Gas furnaces: This is the most common type since natural gas is the most economical to operate.
Electric furnaces: These are most costly to run, but are often cheaper to buy upfront. They are the most common option when gas is not available.
Oil furnaces: Although not as popular as they once were, gas furnaces are still a good option where others are not available. This type of furnace requires that you keep oil on-site, usually in a large drum stored outdoors.
Geothermal heating: While the most costly to install, this type of heating uses energy stored naturally in the earth. It is highly efficient and eco-friendly.
If you believe you may need a replacement heating system soon, get in touch with our team and we will be happy to provide you with a free quote.