Heater Replacement in St. Paul
Quality Heating Installations in Eagan & the Twin Cities
If your heating system is broken down, faulty, or old, you may want to consider a replacement. New heating systems are an investment but they can provide a long list of benefits.
Upgrading your heating system can:
- Improve your energy efficiency
- Lower your electric bills
- Improve the air quality in your home
- Reduce your need for repairs
- Ensure that your house is warm when the temperatures outdoors are not
- Increase the value and marketability of your home
Get a free consultation with our professional heating technicians in St. Paul if you want to learn more about heater replacement. Our number is (651) 401-8068.
St. Paul Furnace Replacement
We will start your journey to a new furnace with a complimentary consultation. One of our trustworthy technicians will come to your home to talk with you about your heating needs. We will investigate your home and your current heater. Shortly thereafter, we will present you with two to six different furnace options, complete with pricing.
The price of your furnace will vary depending on:
- Energy efficiency
- Your thermostat preference
- Any ductwork that needs repairing
- The size and heating capacity of the furnace
- Comfort features
Once you choose a furnace, we are happy to install the new unit that same day. Our installations start at $3,100. The average replacement hovers around $4,800, topping out around $7,850. We do our best to keep our prices competitive while still providing high-caliber work. All of our installations come with a warranty. This warranty will vary in length from 30 days to a lifetime, depending on the products you choose.
If your home is outfitted with a boiler, we can handle replacement installation. First, we want to talk with you about the reasons for replacement and ensure it is your best financial choice. Let us narrow the wide variety of boilers available to find the perfect one for you. We will present you with several options and let you decide which works best.
The cost of your boiler will depend on:
- The size of the boiler
- The type of thermostat you want
- The heating capacity of the boiler
- Energy efficiency
After you’ve made your decision, there’s no need to wait for another appointment; we can do the installation the same day. Our technicians are trained to clean up after ourselves. You won’t be left with a mess.
Trust HomeWorks for boiler and furnace replacement in St. Paul. Call us at (651) 401-8068.
FAQs About Furnace Replacement
How much does it cost to replace a furnace?
The total cost for a furnace replacement will vary based on the size and output of the furnace you choose to install, its feature, labor costs, material costs, and more. Higher output furnaces will cost more, as well as those with higher AFUE or efficiency ratings, though the more efficient furnaces will save money in the long term on utility costs. In general, you can expect to spend anywhere from $2,500 to $10,00 for a complete furnace replacement.
When should I replace my furnace?
Furnaces will last about 12 to 15 years, though some can last as long as 20 with excellent preventive maintenance. Once your furnace is over 10 years old, if it starts to function poorly or needs costly repairs, it may be time to consider a new furnace.
How do you know if your furnace is going bad?
Some common signs that your furnace may be failing include poor heat output, noisy operation, sooty or damaged burners, sooty flue, cracks in the heat exchanger, and alerts from a carbon monoxide detector. Should you notice any of these problems, contact HomeWorks for a complete furnace evaluation, and we will detail the best repair or replacement options for your budget.
Is a high-efficiency furnace worth the extra costs?
If it fits within your budget, a high-efficiency furnace with an AFUE of 97% or above can be well worth the cost. Not only will it use less energy month to month over its lifetime, but thanks to energy-efficient features like modulating burners and variable-speed blowers, it can adjust its output precisely to meet your needs, increasing comfort, improving air quality, and reducing noise.
What does AFUE stand for?
AFUE is the abbreviation for annual fuel utilization ratio. It measures the efficiency of a furnace, representing the percentage of fuel that is turned directly into heat during the winter. A furnace with an AFUE of 80% turns 80% of the fuel into heat, and the most efficient furnaces, condensing or modulating models, can reach an AFUE of 97 to 98%.
Do you have more questions about furnace installations or replacements? Contact HomeWorks online to speak with our HVAC experts today!
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