NEW FURNACE INSTALLATION IN ST. GEORGE, UT

SOLVE YOUR HEATING PROBLEM WITH AN ENERGY EFFICIENT FURNACE

Whether enduring the sometimes harsh winters or making a cool summer evening more comfortable, a quality furnace is a crucial component of your home. Many homeowners have older furnaces that it would be too costly to repair, and these are definitely not do-it-yourself jobs. If you’ve been looking into why your existing furnace may no longer be up to the task of warming your home, the reasons can be plentiful. At S&S Mechanical Contractors, our expert St. George HVAC technicians can advise you on replacing your existing heating hardware as well as perform the installation with our 100% satisfaction guarantee.

How the process of installing your new furnace:

  • Our St. George heating and air conditioning services professional can inspect your home and existing furnace to gather spatial information as well as the functional needs of your home for optimal heating.

  • Our team members are all qualified and want to ensure that you get exactly the solution right for your home; they can explain any advantages or drawbacks from the available options and guide you on the right new heater.

  • From start to finish, we will take care of the installation to avoid any issues with your new heating solution.

THE RIGHT FURNACE ISN’T ALWAYS OBVIOUS

There are so many available brands and advertisements out there, it can be confusing for the everyday homeowner. With such an important investment for your home, our St. George HVAC technicians want to help you avoid any wasted effort or resources in the selection process. While we work through selecting your new furnace with you, we advise you on all applicable costs based on the unit selected. There are numerous upsides and downsides to whether you select electric, oil, or gas heating for your home and we will help you make the most educated choice.

Get started today! Call S&S Mechanical Contractors at (435) 628-4334 to speak with one of our St. George HVAC professionals about your new furnace.