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Furnace Replacement

Furnace Installation & Replacement In The Anoka, MN Area

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In the middle of a Minnesota winter, you need a heating system you can rely on. If your furnace breaks down, Air Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. is ready to help with comprehensive HVAC services. We’ll inspect your system and help you find the right replacement if necessary. Contact us for a quote!

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Signs You Need Furnace Replacement

Higher Energy Bills

When your furnace loses its efficiency, you may start to see your heating bill climb every month, as a broken furnace will work harder to maintain the house’s temperature. If you’re noticing your monthly heating bill starting to skyrocket, contact one of our experienced furnace contractors to come take a look at your system.

Unfamiliar Noises

While it is common for older furnaces to make some sounds, louder and unfamiliar noises should be given some attention. Clanking, squealing, and rattling can indicate severe issues with your furnace’s motor bearings, fan, or other interior piece. Ignoring this noise allows the issue to worsen.

Advanced Age

Furnaces can last 10-15 years if properly maintenanced

Uneven Heat Distribution

While smaller rooms may naturally warm up faster than larger rooms, a noticeably uneven heat distribution throughout your home could indicate a larger issue is at hand. A professional furnace service will help you determine the cause of the issue and possible solutions for the uneven heat distribution.

Frequent Repairs

Repair after repair after repari. It doesn't take long to spend hundreds of dollars to keep and old furnace running. It may be time for a new furnace installatiohn.

Our Heating Solutions

Air Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. offers several types of gas furnaces for installation. Gas furnaces vary not only in efficiency, but also in the way heat and air are delivered through your system.

Single-Stage Gas Furnace

A single-stage furnace has the simplest air delivery system. There are many types of single-stage furnaces that provide homes with highly efficient performances, although they don’t supply the benefits of a two-stage or variable speed blower fan. The single-stage furnace runs on one motor, which causes the system to provide a single, consistent speed and air delivery when it cycles.

A single-stage gas furnace has a simple performance. The system turns on to reach the thermostat’s set temperature and then turns off once the set temperature has been reached. The single-stage gas furnace is a simple yet effective option among furnaces.

Two-Stage Gas Furnace

Just as its name suggests, a two-stage furnace offers heating in two separate stages. This an efficient option among furnaces, as the two-stage gas furnace, will only engage in its second stage when necessary. Similar to a multi-speed fan, a two-stage furnace has two firing rates: full firing for the coldest winter days and a lower level for days when less heat is needed.

Because of their operations, a two-stage gas furnace can help increase fuel efficiency in your home. This option is especially ideal for improving your home’s overall comfort thanks to its ability to maintain a constant desired temperature.

Variable Speed Gas Furnace

If you’re looking for optimal comfort during the freezing winter months, consider installing a variable-speed gas furnace. This furnace is equipped with a fluctuating fan that changes its speed according to your desired temperature. When paired with a thermostat, this system’s cooling system also provides advanced humidity control and removal.

If you’re looking for optimal comfort during the freezing winter months, consider installing a variable-speed gas furnace. This furnace is equipped with a fluctuating fan that changes its speed according to your desired temperature. When paired with a thermostat, this system’s cooling system also provides advanced humidity control and removal.

Contact Your Local Furnace Contractors

When your home is due for a new furnace you and your family can count on, Air Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. is ready to help. We provide honest and reliable communication so you can feel confident in choosing the right furnace for your home. Our team of furnace contractors is trustworthy and dependable.

We’ll securely install your new furnace and ensure all components are working properly. We’ll help you prepare your home to take on even the toughest winter elements with our fast and effective furnace replacement services. To get started on your furnace installation service, contact Air Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. today at 763-753-6623.

Furnace Repair FAQ's

How Long Will My Furnace Last?

With proper maintenance & repairs, when required, your can expect your furnace to last 10-15 years. Heat pumps can last 10-15 years and boilers can last 15-20 years.

How Often Should Your New Furnace Be Serviced?

Furnaces should be serviced at least once a year, typically in the fall in Minnesota. The same applies for boilers. Heat pumps should be serviced twice a year, once in the spring and once in the fall. Having your furnace cleaned & maintenanced before it gets cold ensures your system is ready for when you need it the most.