Stay cozy all winter long with our reliable furnace installation services.
Our team of experienced professionals at Sherwood Mechanical is committed to providing you with the best service for your heating needs. From installation to maintenance and repairs, we’ve got you covered. You can trust us to keep your home warm and comfortable all winter long.
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Furnace Installation Services for reliable and efficient heating
Don’t compromise on the quality of your furnace installation. At Sherwood Mechanical, we only use the highest-quality equipment and parts available to ensure that your heating system runs efficiently and reliably for years to come. Trust our 25+ years of experience in keeping homes warm and comfortable during chilly winter months.
Get the perfect furnace size for your home. Don’t waste money on a furnace that’s too big or too small for your home. Our certified technicians will assess your needs and recommend the best furnace size (BTU) for optimal heating and energy efficiency.
Furnace Repair and Maintenance Services
We not only offer furnace repair services to make it as good as new, but we also provide maintenance services to improve its performance and efficiency. Our expert technicians can identify and fix any issues and recommend upgrades to optimize the furnace’s lifespan and energy efficiency. Keep your home cozy and comfortable all winter long with easy furnace repair services from Sherwood Mechanical.
Stay warm and comfortable this winter with easy financing.
Don’t let the cost of a new furnace hold you back from staying warm and comfortable this winter. At Sherwood Mechanical, we offer financing options to make the process easier for you. With over 25 years of experience in furnace installation, repair, and maintenance, our team is knowledgeable, reliable, and thorough. Let us help you stay cozy all winter long.
Don’t let the cold winter months catch you off guard. Trust Sherwood Mechanical to keep your home cozy and warm.
5 Star Review
Positive: Professionalism, Punctuality, Responsiveness
“The dispatcher was very friendly, quick to return my call re. a furnace issue and genuinely concerned about my tenants not having heat. The technician who arrived was on time, very thorough and diagnosed the furnace problem quickly. The repair was also quick and thorough and the total bill was not too expensive. Really appreciate the service this company provided.”
5 Star Review
Positive: Professionalism, Punctuality, Quality, Responsiveness, Value
“They were the only company who wanted to come out to my house to quote me for a new furnace and AC. They came out quickly to give us a quote then they were super quick to book us for installation. The workers were very professional and efficient. Will definitely be recommending them to my friends.”
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the most expensive part to fix on a furnace?
The most expensive part to fix on a furnace is typically the heat exchanger. It is a critical component of the furnace that heats the air and transfers it to the ductwork. A damaged heat exchanger can lead to a dangerous carbon monoxide leak, which can be a serious health hazard.
2. What does furnace installation include?
Furnace installation involves several steps, including removing the old furnace, installing the new furnace, connecting the ductwork, and testing the system. We will also ensure that the furnace is properly sized and installed according to local building codes and safety standards. All our installations include a gas permit and an inspection.
3. How many hours does it take to install a furnace?
The length of time it takes to install a furnace can vary depending on the complexity of the job. Generally, it takes between 4 to 8 hours for a professional installer to complete the installation.
4. What is the most common problem with furnaces?
The most common problem with furnaces is a malfunctioning thermostat or a dirty air filter. A thermostat that is not calibrated correctly can cause the furnace to cycle on and off frequently, while a dirty air filter can restrict airflow and reduce the efficiency of the furnace.
5. What are the signs of a furnace going out?
Signs that a furnace is going out include strange noises, intermitting heating, and a yellow or flickering pilot light. A furnace that is over 15 years old might require frequent repairs with parts harder to find, sometimes a full replacement more cost-effective.