Heat Installation Greensboro, High Point and the Piedmont Triad
Furnace Installation Services
When installing a new home heating system, it’s important to consider the expected life of the equipment, energy efficiency, warranties, maintenance costs and the reliability of the installer. Central Carolina Air Conditioning, Plumbing and Electrical can help you choose the right heating equipment and create an installation plan to keep your home warm and costs as low as possible.
We install all types of heating equipment, including:
- Heat Pumps
- Gas Furnaces
- Package Systems
- Mini Split Systems
CC Air Two Smart System
Our exclusive Two Smart System allows you to control the costs of heating your home by switching between natural gas and electricity. Combining a gas furnace and an electric heat pump, the Two Smart System automatically selects the most affordable way to heat your home based on the temperature.
Protecting Your HVAC Investment
Proper heat installation and maintenance can make a huge difference in how long your heating system lasts and how well it heats your home. Our Comfort Plus Plan provides five years of coverage on all parts, plus free labor, diagnostics, refrigerant and seasonal preventive maintenance for your HVAC system. You can also choose to extend the Comfort Plus coverage for five additional years.
Why a Manufacturer's Warranty May Not Be Enough:
All heating equipment manufacturers’ extended parts warranties:
- Require you to purchase seasonal preventive maintenance
- Exclude condensate pumps, secondary drain pans, refrigerant, etc. and associated labor repair costs
Most manufacturers’ extended labor warranties require you to pay for diagnostics, labor to obtain parts, after hours calls and shipping costs.
Does your home currently have hot or cold spots when the heat is running? We can review each zone and determine how to distribute heat more evenly throughout the home.
Air Flow and Duct System Analysis
Many duct systems are improperly sized, have leaks or were poorly designed to save money when the home was built. A CCAC Air Flow Specialist can evaluate your current duct system and provide recommendations to improve efficiency and comfort.