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Furnace Systems and Service in Northeastern Indiana
The furnace is one of the oldest types of home heating systems, but it remains the most popular because of its immense flexibility and powerful heating ability. There’s a furnace to match every home, and professional installers will have no problem finding the right type of forced-air furnace to see that your house has comfort through even the harshest winters.
Collier's Heating & Air Conditioning has seen to the heating needs of Northeastern Indiana since 1986. In that time, we’ve installed, replaced, repaired, and maintained an incredible number of furnaces, both electric and gas-powered. We offer upfront flat-rate pricing so you’ll always know the cost of a job before we get to work. If you’re looking for a new furnace, or your current one needs fixes or a routine inspection and tune-up, make us the first people you call.
Your Satisfaction with every job.
I hired Collier's to install a central air system in my tri-level home. They did an excellent job. Had many unforeseen obstacles, but came out great in the end.
- Dakota, Markle
Scott who supervised was very courteous and all of the helpers really knew what they had to do. Great job!!
- Eric and Diane, Fort Wayne
John was an excellent technician. He answered all of my questions and did a fabulous job.
- Nelson, Syracuse
Electric Furnaces vs. Gas Furnaces
Although furnaces can run from a variety of fuel sources, the two most common are natural gas and electricity. Both have their own set of pros and cons to consider when you’re looking for a furnace installation:
Electric furnaces: The main advantage of an electric furnace is that it can fit any home, and makes a good option for houses that lack a gas line connection. Electric furnaces also cost less to install initially and have long lifespans. However, they aren’t as powerful as gas furnaces and electricity is a more expensive energy source than gas.
Natural gas furnace: Few heating systems can match a natural gas furnace when it comes to sheer heating power. They are also a cost–effective heating system because of the lower price of natural gas. However, some homeowners are concerned about possible safety issues of using natural gas.
Don’t worry about making the right furnace choice: professional installers will see that you end up with the ideal type of furnace to match your household.
Is It Time to Schedule Furnace Repair?
Even with an electric furnace, you should never try to repair a malfunctioning system on your own or look to nonprofessionals. When you notice any signs that your home’s furnace isn’t working the way it should, pick up the phone and contact our technicians, any time of the day or night.
A few things to watch for that warn a furnace needs to receive professional repairs:
- Cold spots appearing in the house when the furnace is running.
- Grinding and clanging noises coming from the cabinet.
- Delayed firing of the burners, or the burners not firing at all.
- Carbon monoxide detectors in the home go off.
Regular Furnace Maintenance in Northeastern Indiana
The best way to prevent a furnace from running into repair issues is to get ahead of those issues with routine maintenance. Regular preventive maintenance from professionals includes inspections and tune–ups that will see that your furnace doesn’t head into the winter with malfunctions that may shut it down. But maintenance does even more: it lengthens equipment life and protects a furnace’s energy efficiency. Call Collier's Heating & Air Conditioning and ask about our HomeSavers Club that will take care of your furnace (as well as your AC) each year. It’s our goal to see that every customer is satisfied!