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HEATING INSTALLATION

 

Furnace Installation Services

throughout Chagrin Falls, Macedonia, Aurora, Chesterland, Chardon, Twinsburg, Solon and Mayfield Heights, OH

It's always important to have a heating unit you can trust throughout the changing seasons. If your have recently moved or it is time to replace your older furnace unit, rely on the team at Auburn Heating, Plumbing and Air Conditioning. We'll gladly guide you through the process of choosing the best unit for your home, needs and budget. We proudly work with homeowners throughout Chagrin Falls, Solon, Chardon, Chesterland, Aurora, Twinsburg, Macedonia & Mayfield Heights, OH.



Types of Furnace Installation We Offer

If you are considering a new furnace or heating system for your home, the number of options can seem overwhelming. Our team at Auburn Heating, Plumbing and Air Conditioning are experienced with all types of furnace installation and understand what works best for our Chagrin Falls, OH community.

Single-Stage

This type of furnace used to be the most popular but has become outdated and inefficient. These units have one fan speed and are the loudest in terms of operation.

Two-Stage

Similar to the single-stage furnace, this one has one more fan and offers less noise and more even heat distribution.

Two-Stage with Variable Speed

When you have this type of furnace installed, it includes a motor that has adjustable speeds and is even quieter than both the single-stage and two-stage furnace options. This is ideal for multiple-story homes or if you want an air purification system inside the property.

Three-Stage with Variable Speed

This is an extremely powerful unit and the furnace installation needs to be done by a certified professional. When equipment is added to a furnace, this type of furnace is the recommended choice for maximum efficiency in 2 and 3 story homes, and furnaces that also include Air Purification Systems or Heat Pumps.

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps can be a valuable resource in our Aurora, OH community as long as it is combined with an alternate heat source like an electric furnace. The pumps run more efficiently and can help with cooling your home in the summer months as well.