Top Mission Furnace Installation
Choosing a furnace that’s too small or too large for your Mission home will prove incredibly problematic. This is why homeowners shouldn’t shop for these products alone. HVAC companies use a special calculation called the Manual J Load calculation to accurately determine the HVAC load for individual properties.
The Manual J accounts for window sizes, ceiling heights, and many other factors specific to both households and buildings. Without these considerations, even properly installed furnaces might constantly short-cycle, overheat, use more than the normal amount of energy, of fail long before the ends of their lifespans.
For most Mission houses, heating installation takes between four and 10 hours. After disconnecting and removing your old heater, we’ll clean and resize the furnace storage area, inspect your HVAC air ducts, and make any necessary ductwork modifications. When HVAC air ducts are more than 10 to 15 years old, replacing them is the best choice. Not only will this streamline your home’s air distribution system to optimally support your heating equipment, but it can also lead to healthier and fresher smelling indoor air.
Installing or refining furnace venting systems is a multi-step part of this process that’s critical for furnace safety.
- Inspect indoor and outdoor vent components
- Verify adequate clearance
- Assess the risks of back-drafting
- Streamline vents to accommodate new furnaces
We’ll also upgrade outdated venting materials and configurations to ensure code compliance. After installing new furnaces and connecting them to new or newly modified duct systems, we’ll install one or more thermostats in safe, central locations. At the very end of your furnace replacement project, you’ll have the chance to test and explore your new equipment and register its manufacturer warranty.