Expert Heating Installation for the Phoenix Metro Area Including Gilbert, Mesa, Chandler, Tempe, Scottsdale and Paradise Valley
A new heating installation can instantly elevate the comfort levels in your home while decreasing your energy costs and improving air quality. Contact Affirmative Air to learn more about how to choose the perfect new heating system for your home.
Do I Need a New Heating System?
Your typical heating system will last for 15 to 20 years. Around this time, you should start thinking about and budgeting for a new heating installation. It’s best if you can replace your current heater before it fails, leaving you without heat. There are many signs that will let you know it may soon be time for a new heater, such as:
- A steady increase in your heating bills from season to season
- Decreasing comfort in your home, with hot and cold spots or temperatures that don’t quite meet your thermostat settings
- A growing number of repair needs
The Basic Types of Space Heating Solutions
Here are just some of the many types of space heating systems that we will help you choose from, as well as install on your property.
Forced Air Heating Systems
This type of system distributes heat throughout the property by pumping heated air through a series of pre-installed ducts and vents. The air is heated in a multitude of ways, from electric means to those that use natural gas or even coal. This is one of the more affordable types of heating systems available.
Radiator and Convector Systems
Radiators and convectors are heating solutions that act as heat exchangers. They rely mostly on heated water or steam to deliver heat inside the various rooms of the property. A central boiler heats water and pushes it through pipes and coils installed around the house. The coils are usually found in the radiators themselves. As the hot water travels through the coils, the heat is transferred outward, raising the temperatures in the house. This is another heating system that should be fit even the tightest of budgets while also using up a low amount of energy.
Electric Resistance Heating System
This heating solution involves using electric coils to create heat, similar to those found inside a bread toaster. In a nutshell, it converts electricity into heat by using the laws of electric resistance to turn the coils white-hot. This heat warms up the cold air being sucked from the bottom of the heater and releases it from its uppermost vents.
The Heating Installation Process
Our heating contractors at Affirmative Air will walk you through every step of the heating replacement process. This begins with sizing your home to make sure your new furnace is neither too large nor too small. If your system isn’t sized properly, it will suffer more wear and tear, which leads to a greater number of repairs and higher utility bills.
After sizing your home, we’ll discuss your budget, energy efficiency goals, and home comfort needs. We’re a Daikin Comfort Specialist with a wide range of systems in stock. Our team is dedicated to helping you find the perfect fit for your needs.
Heating Services from Affirmative Air
Affirmative Air offers a full range of heating services to keep you comfortable. We’ll not only handle your furnace installation, but we’ll also provide ongoing maintenance and prompt repairs to keep it running like new for years to come. With Affirmative Air, you’ll enjoy:
- Our satisfaction and money-back guarantee
- Flat-rate pricing
- A two-year craftsmanship on installations and a warranty of up to 12 years on labor and parts for new systems
Let Affirmative Air Handle Your Heating Needs
Don’t let the cost of heating take over your budget and your life. Contact Affirmative Air for a free estimate. Our service area includes Chandler, Gilbert, Higley, Mesa, Tempe, Phoenix, Scottsdale, AZ and the surrounding areas.
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Why Choose Us
24/7 Emergency Service
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
Flat-Rate Pricing (no hidden fees)
Lifetime warranty on repairs for Affirmative Club Plan members
Two-year Craftsmanship on Installations
Up to 12 Years Parts and Labor on New Systems