Our best advice for furnace replacement in your Grand Rapids area home.
Are you spending more and more money each year on furnace repair in Wyoming MI? It might be time to look into replacing that old unit. First of all, we encourage you to consult a professional and discuss your home and family’s specific needs. If you’re still researching, though, we’ve provided some helpful hints and tips here to get you started!
- Contact us for your free copy of our Buyers’ Guide. It’s written in simple, easy-to-understand English and is designed to help you navigate the world of furnace repair and replacement, particularly as it relates to the needs of our region here in Michigan.
- Read our information on replacement furnace costs to help you understand basic cost issues.
- Gather information about your current heating system via a 32-point tune up/inspection. We can do the inspection for you to help you determine what kind of system to replace your current furnace with.
- Get in touch with a trusted, local HVAC company. At Vredevoogd Heating & Cooling, we aim to be Grand Rapids’ most reliable heating and cooling company, so we’re ready and waiting to provide you with solid advice designed to help you get the best furnace for your budget and your needs and make costly furnace repairs a thing of the past. Contact us today to get started!
A few quick tips.
Be sure to be looking at the value and energy efficiency of the unit you’re buying. If you’re spending more now, it should be because you’ll be saving money on energy bills in the long run. If that doesn’t look to be the case, then walk away.
You really do get what you pay for when you buy through a reliable contractor, so be sure that if you’re buying an underpriced unit, you’re know exactly what you’re getting.
Make sure the contractor you’re using offers a guarantee. We offer several, including the Vredevoogd Heating & Cooling Comfort Guarantee, which states that if the unit we sell you doesn’t operate the way we said it would, we will replace it free of charge!
Remember that your furnace is a long-term investment. Be sure that you’re taking into account long-term savings and health benefits when you’re deciding how much to spend.