Heating System Installation and Repair
Choosing the right heating system for your home or business is a big investment. Why not work with the experts at Superior Co-Op HVAC? With a wide range of heating systems available, Superior Co-Op HVAC will first fully assess the needs of your home or office building, then we put together a written list of options with our upfront pricing for the equipment and the price of installation. After that, we will help you decide which heating system will best fit your needs AND your budget! We always make sure that we are looking at the whole picture of the building needs and the people who live or work in it.
As a licensed HVAC contractor and repair specialist in the Saratoga Springs and Capital Region area, Superior Co-Op HVAC has the equipment and know-how to fix or replace any residential or commercial furnace system. Our experienced staff is available for emergency repair services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling (518) 719-5614.
When your furnace breaks down or just reaches the end of it’s useful life in the middle of winter, your repairs or installation cannot wait! We are your local experts who service all major brands and models. No matter if it is a regular repair or an emergency, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! If you have a problem, we will be there in a flash to solve it and get your system warming you back up. You can depend on our professional technicians to provide you the best in prompt, friendly and reliable advise when it is time to replace your current system. As always, we back up our recommendations with our up front price and honest advice based on our assessment.
The Superior Co-Op HVAC peace of mind guarantee
With technology that is ever evolving, our technicians are always receiving training upgrades to keep their expertise as number one in the industry. We are fully licensed and certified with all of the HVAC systems that we repair and install ensuring you the very best in service no matter what the problem you may be experiencing. We pride ourselves in our extensive training and knowledge in the field of HVAC system repairs, and we have worked to build relationships with select HVAC manufacturers so that we can always bring you the best in repairs and maintenance services on a wide variety of brands. We are committed to making sure that your system is always running as smoothly as it was when it was first installed!
Why trust Superior Co-Op HVAC with your furnace installation or repair?
- Superior Co-Op HVAC is your hometown expert
- Superior Co-Op HVAC will save you money on equipment, service and parts
- A new gas, oil or warm air furnace will add energy savings over your old system with advanced technology and improved efficiency
- Superior Co-Op HVAC offers world class service and maintenance packages
- Superior Co-Op HVAC technicians have extensive training and knowledge to meet and exceed every need you have
What does a furnace do?
Furnaces are permanently installed to provide heat to an interior space through intermediary fluid movement, which may be air, steam, or hot water. Heating appliances that use steam or hot water as the fluid are normally referred to as a residential steam boiler or residential hot water boiler.
What should a traditional furnace cost?
The average cost of a new traditional furnace ranges from $1,800 to $7,890 with most homeowners paying around $4,270. Furnace prices may vary depending on factors like brand, cost of installation, and size of your home. Your new or replacement traditional furnace cost will also differ based on the type of furnace you choose.
When should you replace your furnace?
When your Furnace is between 15 – 30 Years old. However, it is recommended to begin searching for a furnace replacement 15 years after the initial installation. The lifespan of an old furnace is also dependent on the type of fuel it utilizes to heat your home. With new technology in heat pump technology replacing your traditional furnace for a fossil free system saves thousands in heating and cooling. These systems work as both a heater and an air conditioner.