Heater Replacement

Don't get left in the cold, schedule your new heater installation.

Contact Us Today

Eventually, there comes a time when your furnace just wears out. There are specific ways to tell if you are in need of a new furnace or heat pump before the next snowy winter. Here are a few signs you may need a heater replacement:

  • Your heat pump is more than 10 years old.
  • Your furnace or boiler is more than 15 years old.
  • Your equipment needs frequent repairs and your energy bills are going up.
  • Some rooms in your home are too hot or too cold.
  • Your home has humidity problems.

If you believe your furnace may need a total replacement, contact Christian to be your go-to company for homes in Northeast Philadelphia, Montgomery County, and Bucks County. We will always inspect your furnace to make sure we have done everything we can before recommending a total furnace replacement. Should your furnace need to be replaced, Christian Heating and Air Conditioning is ready with the best quality units from Carrier.

Regardless of your current system’s ductwork, electric wiring and chimney or vent piping, you can rest assured that our installations set the highest standards in the industry. Our system replacements reflect expert planning, design and installation that will exceed your expectations. Whether you are venting your heating system through a standard chimney or through the wall, you can count on the expertise of our Comfort Specialists, sheet metal fabricators and Installation crews to complete an installation that will bring years of comfort to you and your family. Our captioned photo explains some examples of what you can expect with a heater replacement from Christian Heating & Air Conditioning.

Maintenance & Warranty

With any new unit purchased, Christian Heating and Air Conditioning provides you with a Free Advantage Plan. With your Free Advantage Plan, we’ve got your maintenance covered the 1st year!

10 Questions to Ask an HVAC Company When Replacing your Heating System

Before you settle on a replacement heating system, use this handy checklist to make sure you are asking your HVAC Company the right questions.

Service plans can ensure that your HVAC unit receives regular, necessary maintenance to perform without problems for many years.

There are disposable and washable varieties, and some, like HEPA filters, can improve indoor air quality and protect your family’s health.

Consider lifetime operating costs, not just price when weighing your options.

Most HVAC companies will have manufacturer and seasonal specials to help offset the cost.

Purchasing an energy efficient heating system can give you a break when tax season rolls around.

Keeping your home’s humidity level stable can improve the overall comfort in your home. Your system will run less, thus saving you money, when the humidity level is at it’s optimal seasonal level.

Your contractor should be able to help you select the right equipment for a zoning system that supports greater comfort and energy savings.

Simply matching your existing system’s specifications is not in your best interest. A complete heat load calculation should be performed to ensure you are sizing your replacement system properly.

There are some other efficient alternatives to consider, including heat pumps and radiant heat systems.

Your contractor should provide system options, indoor air quality accessories, warranty specifications and energy efficiency in the estimates he or she provides.

Financing Available

Facing the expense of a whole new furnace can be daunting, but we do our best to make it easy and affordable for you with several financing options. We’ll work with you to ensure your family is warm this winter!

Call Christian Heating & Air Conditioning today at 1-215-488-5795 to schedule a furnace evaluation in the Bucks County, Northeast Philadelphia, and Montgomery County. We’ll always give you a detailed estimate before starting any work on your heater replacement.

Contact Us Today by filling out the form below, or calling us at 1-215-488-5795

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.