Heating & Furnace Installation
Heating Installation Services
You count on your home to provide a comfortable and safe environment from the elements, such as wind, rain, and cold. Your furnace is at the core of keeping everyone safe and comfortable when outdoor temperatures plummet. Not only does your heating system provide daily comfort for your family, but it also keeps your home at a stable temperature, preventing catastrophes from happening, such as frozen/broken pipes, drying out seams and joints, and other structural problems.
Poor heating and circulation can also contribute to problems in maintaining a comfortable living space. Sometimes it’s just a matter of cleaning, repairs, or replacement to get the job done. Inefficient heat circulation can cause wear and tear on other parts of your central heating system and cost you money in heating bills. Inefficient systems can also run continuously, which eventually reduces the lifespan of your heating system or furnace. Preventative maintenance of heating systems can extend the life of your heater.
After assessing your situation, we will make professional recommendations to help you choose the furnace best for you. Then, we’ll handle all of the heater and furnace installation details, so you can get on with your life. Our friendly, customer focused services ensure you are completely satisfied with every aspect of the installation process.
Eventually, your HVAC system will become outdated, especially if you live in an older home. Recent improvements in central heating have improved efficiency dramatically. The furnace you replace today might have gotten you twenty years of service or more, but the last several years could have been more efficient. Every time your outdated furnace turns on, it costs you more money. Our team of professionals can inspect your home and determine the type of furnace that will work best for your home to get you the best comfort and reliability for your money.
Replacing your furnace can save you money with heating costs and make for a much more pleasant experience while enjoying your home. Even heat distribution, climate control, and functions have improved significantly over the last several years. From analog thermostat controls to equipping your home with smart devices you can control hundreds of miles away with your smartphone, you can tailor your personalized climate goals to your daily lifestyle with a new and improved furnace.
A high-quality, energy-efficient furnace from Smoak’s Comfort Control lets you continue to heat your home and integrate cooling, humidifiers, and other climate control systems, depending on your needs. An overpowered furnace is as bad as a furnace that is too small for your property. In Charleston, heating is essential to customers that are elderly, have young children, or have certain medical conditions. Fast, professional replacements done correctly set our team apart from our competitors in heating replacement and installation services.
Our technicians can remove your outdated furnace and dispose of the components following federal, state, and local laws. We are happy to discuss ways to improve our processes and procedures with you. We’re always looking for ways to improve and serve our customers with a five-star experience while improving their comfort and quality of life. We prioritize our customer’s comfort, safety, and complete satisfaction.
Types of Heating Systems and Furnaces
Variety is the spice of life, so it’s good that our team provides a wide selection of heaters and furnaces to our customers. We only use the best parts, products, and equipment found on the market today. We offer a wide array of different heating systems, including:
- Gas heating systems: These systems use propane or natural gas fuel. Typically, gas heating systems heat air and push using forced air through your ductwork with a large blower—the most used system, with limitations for room-to-room climate control.
- Heat pump systems: A very efficient method of heating, heat pump systems can deliver heat quietly and continuously throughout your home or business. Also excellent for in-floor heating and baseboard heat systems. These systems work great for different heating zones within your house to optimize heating efficiency.
- Combination systems: Combine AC and heating with these systems throughout the year. Why reinvent the wheel when you can use the same system to do two jobs?
- Dual-fuel systems: These systems use a combination of an electric heat pump and a gas-powered furnace to heat (and even cool!) your home. With two fuel systems, you get the maximum benefits of both to keep costs down and heating consistently.