Furnace Replacement in San Diego and Southern Riverside County, CA
Over time, furnaces, even those that are well maintained, will eventually need to be replaced. Furnaces gradually wear down and efficiency levels decrease, decreasing the comfort of your home and increasing your energy bills.
Even if your current furnace is still running, it may be cost-effective to replace your furnace with a newer, more efficient model. Today’s furnaces are much more efficient than even those produced only ten years ago – saving you hundreds, possibly even thousands annually on your heating bills.
If your furnace has stopped working or if it simply isn’t working as well as it used to, call Action Air today. Our San Diego area furnace replacement technicians can assess your needs and recommend a new gas, electric or dual fuel furnace for your home today!
Gas Furnace Replacement
If your gas furnace is no longer heating your home, or simply not heating it as effectively as it once did, it may be time for gas furnace replacement. Our new state-of-the-art gas furnaces are quieter and more efficient than older models, providing superior performance and energy savings!
If your old gas furnace needs to be replacement, contact Action Air Conditioning, Heating and Solar today for professional gas furnace replacement you can trust!
Electric Furnace Replacement
Do you have an electric furnace that has stopped working or would you simply like to upgrade to a more efficient gas furnace?
Contact Action Restoration today to schedule a free in-home consultation with one of our furnace replacement specialists. Our experts will fully assess your home’s heating needs and help you pick a product that will most effectively heat your home.
Dual Fuel Furnace Replacement
If you have an existing heat pump, electric furnace, or gas furnace, replacing your system with a dual fuel furnace can help you realize big savings on your monthly heating and cooling bills. A dual fuel furnace uses an energy efficient heat pump to heat and cool your home until temperatures reach a range where the heat pump can no longer effectively heat your home. A secondary furnace, usually gas fueled, then turns on to supply heat.
These dual fuel systems provide ultimate energy efficiency and comfort!