Before the installation:
- Choosing a furnace
The furnace you choose must be the correct size. When selecting a furnace, seek one that provides both comfort and efficiency.
- License for the furnace
Your furnace may need to meet special permission requirements depending on your township. Your HVAC company should pull the license and check if your furnace complies with local codes.
- Building permit
Before any work on a home renovation project can begin, you must file the proper documentation. This will ensure that the most recent improvements to the home are correctly documented. Also, before the installation can begin, crew members will need a building permit.
- Clear the path
Furnace installers will require a clear path to remove the old furnace and install the new furnace. Rugs, furniture, and other potentially hazardous things that could make the job more strenuous should be moved out of the way.
- Clear the basement
Furnaces are frequently put in basements, where they are less likely to be damaged by mistake. Clear out those old boxes and the dust and dirt accumulated in the area.
- Clear your schedule
Clear your schedule on installation day to provide time to interact with the crew members. It is much easier to complete the installation process at home or the office than at the job site.
During the installation process:
- Keep an eye on the filter’s location
The most common complaint from consumers is the inability to reach the air filter during a Gainesville furnace repair. Make sure your HVAC expert places your filter in a convenient location for you to access.
- Pay attention to the job of the staff
Be prepared to meet with the furnace installers for an extended period. A regular furnace installation might take anywhere from 5 to 10 hours, depending on the amount of work.
- Secure connections
According to an HVAC professional, all gas and electrical connections must be tight and secure. The technician must also check that your furnace’s heat vents are in good working order and free of obstructions.
- Area inspection
After the furnace installation is finished, inspect the area where the service was conducted to ensure that it has been thoroughly cleaned. The place where your system is installed should be clear of obstructions and debris. It’s your responsibility to keep the burner area of your furnace clean after it’s been set up.
- Furnace warranty
The firm should go through the safety features, the operation of your new system, and the several types of furnace warranties offered. Insist on a formal, 100% money-back guarantee on the installation work for your protection. It’s also crucial to keep lines of communication open with your expert to learn about the prices of furnace maintenance.