Heater installation

Innovative Air Solutions is the go to company in Orange, Texas and the surrounding area for heater installation and replacement. Our team of technicians can correctly recommend the proper unit to most efficiently cool and heat your home. There comes a time when repairs are no longer enough and you’re faced with having to purchase a new unit. Innovative Air Solutions recommends purchasing a new unit before your old one suddenly fails; leaving you in the heat/cold.

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Heater Replacement and Installation Orange, Texas

Innovative Air Solutions is the leading HVAC company in Orange, TX for your furnace service needs. If you’re in need of a technician to come out examine your unit for a possible problem, Innovative has skilled technicians that can handle it all! Innovative Air Solutions offers affordable solutions ranging from routine maintenance appointments to emergency repairs without delays. We are an award-winning business who strives each day on exceeding customer expectations by providing exceptional workmanship at reasonable rates.

What Are The Different Types Of Furnaces?

There are multiple type of furnaces, with the main three being : Single Stage, Two Stage, and Variable Stage. Single Stage units are simple units that only has one style of operation and can easily be turned on or turned off as needed. Two Stage units are more common household units that allow for a full and a half speed setting. This allows for increased control of temperature levels inside your home providing for better comfort. Lastly there is the Variable Stage or Modulating. A variable-stage or modulating furnace modulates the speed and heat output based on the temperature outside and the desired comfort level. This furnace only works as much as you need it, making this type the most energy-efficient type of furnace.

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Heater Cost Based on Gas and Electric

How Much Does it Cost to Install a Wall Heater?

The average cost to install a gas wall furnace or heater in a standard home varies depending on the type of wall heater needed to best suit your home. Prices will often include the cost of the unit(s) along with labor and installation costs. Some larger homes will require more than one unit to cool/heat their home. For more information about if a wall heater is for You, Contact Innovative Air Solutions Today.

How Much Does it Cost to Install an Electric Heater?

Prices range vastly depending on model and the power needed to heat/cool your home. Prices typically include all the required supplies and labor but this will need to be discussed beforehand. Contact Innovative Air Solutions today! Our Comfort Advisors will go over your home to determine which model is best for your home and needs, also determining if your home needs multiple units to achieve ideal indoor comfort.

Common Heater Problems

As a homeowner, it is inevitable that your heater will encounter some issue from time to time. Proper yearly maintenance and inspections can help extend the life of your heater/furnace by catching problem areas before they worsen. Some common problems are:

Uneven heating in Your Home.

As your furnace struggles to heat your home, cold or hot spots may appear throughout you home. This issue can be caused by any number of problems, including faulty thermostat, or low chemical levels. Contact Innovative Air Solutions, our team of professional technicians will examine your heater and pinpoint and repair the existing problem.

Your Unit Shuts Down Prematurely

If you find your unit shuts down unexpectedly before reaching the desired temperature. This can be due to a failing pilot light, faulty wiring, or a malfunctioning thermostat.

Slow Start Up and Never Properly Heats/Cools

If your system takes too long to heat, and even turning up the thermostat doesn’t help, it can indicate leaky air ducts. There is a fan motor which sucks in cold air from outside. If there are problems with belts or bearings this will cause leaks of hot air out through these small holes on the side wall. This means that if there’s an issue with any part of cooling then it could be much more expensive than just replacing bad parts!