A newly installed furnace should last for at least 15 years. We’ll go the extra mile to guarantee this by installing a top-quality system and providing you with annual furnace maintenance services. Our installation process is quick yet meticulous to ensure perfect results. We also prioritize safety so you can use your furnace without worries and even offer same-day service.
Greensboro Furnace Installation
For a brand new and energy-efficient furnace, call Southern Comfort Mechanical for installation services in High Point, Winston-Salem, Guilford & Forsyth Counties.
At Southern Comfort Mechanical, we have over a decade of experience installing gas, oil, and electric furnace systems in Greensboro NC. Our licensed team installs heating systems for both commercial and residential properties.
We only work with products from the industry’s best brands to guarantee energy-efficiency and lasting performance. We can tailor our services to fit your budget and deliver a quick turnaround. Whether you need furnace installation for a new building project or to replace your old heating system, we have you covered.
Should I Get a Gas, Electric, or Oil Furnace?
The right type of furnace for your home or business will depend on your budget and preferences. Compared to a gas furnace, an electric furnace is cheaper to purchase and install. It is also safer and easier to use and requires less maintenance.
Gas furnaces deliver more heat than electric systems but yield more pollutants in the form of carbon monoxide. They also have a shorter lifespan than electric furnaces.
If you need help choosing between an oil, electric, or gas furnace, call us to talk to a furnace contractor who can provide all the professional guidance you need.
Need ductwork installation too? We can help with that as well — get in touch with our team today!
When to Replacement Your Furnace
At Southern Comfort Mechanical, we recommend getting a furnace replacement if your current heating system is over a decade old or no longer energy efficient. A new system is also a more cost-effective option if your old furnace requires frequent repairs or needs a repair that would cost as much as getting a replacement.