Furnace Installation & Replacement

Cincinnati Premier Heating & Cooling

Furnace Installation & Replacement Services in Cincinnati, OH

Is your furnace old, outdated, costing you too much to run or breaking down more frequently than ever? If so, don’t fret! We have just what you need! Purchasing and installing a new home heating system is a major decision and a major investment and we at Cincinnati Premier Heating & Cooling understand this better than anyone.

From the moment you call us, we treat our customers the way we would want to be treated if we were in their shoes. Our staff members are very knowledgeable and always patient and friendly. Doing business with us, you’ll see we are always upfront about our pricing and open about any deals we are offering and we never try to sneak in any sort of hidden fees. To make sure you’re taken care of properly and getting the attention and time you need, we patiently go over all the options available to you and work with you according to your budget and concerns.

Through our parent company, we have been helping area homeowners with HVAC systems for many, many years. We are family-owned and we maintain that personal touch of a local business, and that level of excellence of a big company, with price rates that are as friendly as our team members. We have been installing all types of heating equipment all over Ohio, including gas and electric furnaces, zoned units, ductless systems, heat pumps and air handlers and much more. Throughout it all, we’ve made countless homeowners happy and earned a reputation that speaks for itself. But don’t take our word for it, see what our customers have to say. Or better yet, Experience the Difference for yourself!

Furnace Installation in Cincinnati, OH
Furnace Repair

Get an Instant Online Estimate on a Furnace in Cincinnati, Ohio & Surrounding Areas

It’s crucial for any homeowner to know when to update their heating system or furnace. Furnaces normally last 10 to 15 years, while furnaces typically last 15 to 20 years, depending on a variety of circumstances. The durability of your HVAC system is largely dependent on good installation and routine seasonal maintenance.

It’s prudent to presume that your system didn’t receive regular maintenance from the prior owner if you need clarification on the matter. Because of insufficient experience, do-it-yourself maintenance frequently results in omitted tasks or subpar servicing. Inadequate installation can also affect the overall functionality of the equipment. Obtain an Online Estimate Right Now!


Reparing vs. Replacing Your Heating System

“Should I have my furnace repaired, or replace it with a new system?” If you find yourself asking this age-old question, we offer the following three points to consider:

The System's Safety

Safety is more than a saying in our line of work: Safety needs to always come first. If a home heating system ever presents any sort of health or safety hazard, it needs to be replaced, especially if a repair is expensive, or impermanent.

One example would be if your heat exchanger is cracked on your furnace. Something like this could cause carbon monoxide to leak, which could be fatal. With something dangerous like CO2, the decision is obvious. However, if the safety risk is something like a stuck valve or faulty wiring, it might only need to be repaired.Because each situation is different, having a certified technician check it out helps because they can provide a cost-benefit analysis and discuss with you the various options to help you make the best decision for your unique situation.

The System’s Age

The next question you should ask is how old is your unit and compare that to its expected average lifespan. The average lifespan of a furnace fluctuates on average between 15 and 20 years. The idea is to compare your heating system’s age to how well it’s performing. If you aren’t sure how old your system is, you can usually find out by looking at it, as most furnace installers will put the date of installation on the face of the unit when they install it. If you don’t see it written anywhere, you can also get the serial number and model information on the metal identification plate inside the door. Using that number, you can contact the manufacturer to see how old the unit is. Having said that, if your unit is more than 20 years old, that doesn’t necessarily mean it needs to be replaced. When it comes to HVAC systems and furnaces, life expectancies are ballpark figures, and averages at that. Some heating systems last longer than others and certain factors (like consistent preventative maintenance) increase any HVAC system’s lifespan.

The System’s Overall Efficiency

When a furnace or home heating system doesn’t perform efficiently, it’s not able to heat the home as effectively as intended, which means you pay more in heating costs. One major indicator of when a furnace isn’t efficient is when you find certain rooms or areas in the home aren’t able to reach the temperature to which the thermostat is set. Also called “hot and cool zones,” this happens more frequently with older systems that are outdated as they have to work harder to heat the entire home. 

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HVAC Installation & Replacement in Cincinnati, OH

Restore Your Heat with a New System Installation

At Cincinnati Premier Heating & Cooling, we have high efficiency gas furnaces that perform with an efficiency rating of 95 percent or higher. Because these models have been around for years and because of our long-standing industry ties, the affordability of a new furnace might shock you. And yet in spite of this, our NATE-certified technicians still find customers using older systems that run at half of that capacity or even less efficiently.

With heating units that are inefficient, for every therm (or unit) of heat going into the home, another therm (or unit) of heat is lost and wasted either through the attic, a crawl space, the basement, or a furnace exhaust pipe. This waste is senseless because today’s new technology has substantially improved the efficiencies of gas and electric furnaces and heat systems; these home heating systems can run at different speeds, or in different stages so they aren’t always operating at full-speed.

If any of this interests you, and you want to learn more, we would be happy to give you a complete written price quote detailing everything included in your furnace, including the make and model number, the manufacturer information, its efficiency ratings and capacity (SEER, BTU). With all this information and all your options in front of you, you can make a better well-informed decision as a responsible consumer and homeowner when the time comes to buy a new furnace. We have great financing options and there’s never any hidden fees or sales pressure. We treat our customers the way we would like to be treated! And we guarantee customer satisfaction across the board!

We’ve been in this business so long that we’ve made the entire furnace buying and installation/replacement process a fast, easy and positive experience you won’t mind telling others about. If you suspect you might need a new furnace or home heating system, give us a call today at (513) 216-5712, or click here to schedule now.

Premier Heating & Cooling

Providing the Heat for Cincinnati Homeowners

If it has anything to do with Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, we can work with it. Our team of NATE-certified technicians here at Cincinnati Premier Heating & Cooling work on all types of furnaces and heating equipment, as well as any parts connected or used in conjunction with any HVAC system. This includes electric furnaces and heaters, gas furnaces, heat pumps, air handlers, ductless mini-split and zoned systems, and all other types of heating system products.

We arrive at your home in one of our fully stocked state-of-the-art service vehicles equipped with all the latest in HVAC technology. Anytime we service a system, we inspect for parts that might be going bad and if we identify anything that might become an issue, we discuss it with you and pending your approval we can resolve the issue the same day, on the spot.

We come prepared to repair or replace anything that could possibly surface, including pilot lights, ignitors, fuses, breakers, heat exchangers, burners, heat strips, switches, blowers, valves, air filters, control boards and much more. If need be, we can install a quick thermostat upgrade; we exchange rusted out drain pans; we can fix loose or damaged air ductwork; and we remove damaging debris, and clean out dirt and dust. If a customer recently put an addition onto their home or renovated their home, we can expand current air duct systems to provide heat to the new addition or renovation. No matter what sort of problem a homeowner faces with their home heating system, or HVAC system, and regardless of what kind of heating system, we are more than happy to offer our help!