If it’s time for a new heater in your home, you may be wondering what to expect during the actual heater installation. Sure, you understand the initial meeting to have us look over your home and offer heating solutions to fit your needs. But what happens next?
Investing in a new heater can be an expensive and daunting project. When you understand what to expect, it can make the process just a little bit easier. If you are interested in heater installation in Saint Michael, MN, our team is here to help. In the meantime, you can learn more about the steps we take during the heater installation process to make sure that you are set up for success for decades to come.
Your existing heater is one big unit, but it also has a lot of other components that go along with it. This can include ductwork, air, vents, and pipes. If you’ve recently had any of these replaced, we can connect your new heating system without you, spending the money again. Iif these parts are worn out and potentially unsafe, we will replace them as part of our installation process.
Testing and More Testing
Our team runs diagnostics over the course of the entire installation process. We want to make sure that all new parts are working like they should before we get the entire project done. This can include testing the gas flow and checking the thermostat to make sure it’s connected correctly. This way, if we run into a problem, we can fix it before the entire system is installed, and we have to backtrack.
After everything is installed completely, we review the system as a whole to make sure that everything is correct. A majority of your heater’s energy efficiency (or lack of it) depends on a seamless installation, and it’s very important to us that we get it right the first time. Even though we complete installations every single week, each one is a little different. Your home, the size of your heating system, and the connections and layout are all unique. Each job we complete is very similar and yet vastly different all at the same time.
We install and work with heaters all day every day, all winter long. We can teach you even more than the owner’s manual. We learn tips and tricks as part of our trade, and we love to pass those along to our customers. We can walk you through how to use your new heater, but we can also help you use it efficiently. This means understanding what settings to use and what signs to watch out for when something is going wrong.
And, of course, if you ever have any questions or concerns, you can give us a call, and we would be happy to talk you through troubleshooting or come out and take a look at your heating system ourselves.
Contact Comfort Matters Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing today to schedule an appointment with our professionals. With you through THE HIGHS & LOWS!