What To Expect From a Furnace Installation
Do you anticipate needing a new furnace installation soon? Or maybe you’ve already scheduled a furnace installation with SDair because your old furnace is no longer working or it’s on its way out. Since most people only replace a furnace once or twice in their lifetime, most homeowners don’t know what to expect when they’re having a new furnace installation done in their home. To make the furnace installation easier on yourself and the crew at SDair, here are a few things you can do to prepare your home and here’s what you can expect on installation day.
The Days Before the Furnace Installation
While most HVAC companies, SDair included, will take care of moving large objects themselves, anything you can to do to make their job easier and faster will be appreciated. The furnace installation technicians can work around a lot of things, and they are happy to move anything that is in their way.
The biggest things you should consider are clearing the workspace around your current furnace and the area leading to your furnace. Furnace installation techs are careful, but accidents do happen, and you wouldn’t want anything that could have been moved to be damaged or broken.
Another way to prepare for a furnace installation is to purchase some touch up paint for the area around your thermostat. Oftentimes, a new thermostat will not be the same size or shape as an old one, and you’ll want the area surrounding it to look at uniform as possible.
The Day of the Furnace Installation
Before your furnace installation takes place, a technician from SDair should give you an idea of how long the entire process will take. It could range from a few hours to a few days, depending on the location of your furnace and how extensive the project is. The furnace installation experts will work hard to protect your home and keep it clean throughout the installation, and they will clean up their mess before they leave.
Although it may seem like a big project, a furnace installation should go very smoothly when handled by the professionals at SDair. For more information about furnace installation or furnace repair, contact us at 619-446-6403.