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The Benefits of Furnace Installation

Your home is the one place in the world in which your comfort should be guaranteed. Nothing destroys that comfort as much as a cold and uncomfortable home. Old furnaces are often inefficient and do not provide a return on your heating investment. New, more efficient, heating units provide optimum performance for minimum energy use. These exciting new technologies keep your home warm and comfortable when winter's familiar icy blast arrives. Let us explore a few of the benefits that a new system offers.

Features of A New Furnace System

Energy Efficiency

One of the biggest advantages to a new furnace installation is improved efficiency. Many homes have furnaces that are decades old. Technology has improved leaps and bounds in that time and, on average, new systems are 20% more efficient than older models. Energy costs fluctuate wildly over time and a new furnace will pay for itself over its life.

New Modes Are User Friendly

A shiny new furnace looks nice but the benefits go far deeper than that. Many new units run with little noise, relative to older models. New technology allows for easier operation, and more intuitive controls.

Tax Credits & Utility Rebates

New units may qualify for government subsidies as energy efficiency is in the best interest of the country.

A Warm House is a Basic Human Need

Your quality of life is directly influenced by the comfort of your home. Our knowledgeable professionals at Indoor Comfort Team will help you find the best option for your home.

Contact us to discuss your options and determine whether or not a new furnace will meet your expectations. Our team dedicate themselves to your satisfaction and comfort and they will go above and beyond to meet your needs.

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HVAC Installation in Ballwin, MO
After having an energy audit completed it was discovered that my furnace was oversized and my ductwork undersized and installed incorrectly. I live in a house built in 1955, a slab with a tight attic. Knowing that this would be an extensive job I began meeting with companies to discuss the work. Overall, I received bids from 6 different companies. Indoor Comfort was not the highest bid, nor were they the lowest but they by far gave me the best feeling. They were knowledgeable, they listened to ...
Stephanie P - Ballwin, MO 63011