During our furnace replacement inspections, we do uncover shortcuts taken on previously installed units. Unfortunately, those mistakes can not only reduce heating comfort, but also increase your energy usage. As a trusted furnace and boiler installation company in Peninsula, we know that a poorly installed furnace puts people at a higher risk. With over 100 years of heating service to the community, our NATE-Certified technicians follow the manufacturer’s required installation guidelines. That commitment means Jackson Comfort does it right the first. To learn more, contact us today!
An incorrect furnace size negatively affects the unit’s performance. There are more breakdowns, humidity issues, higher energy costs, uneven airflow, etc.
When toxic gas fumes accumulate in the air, the exhaust flue or damper was not sized correctly. Daily exposure to carbon monoxide build-up in a home is a health risk.
Poor furnace wiring is a potential fire hazard and a code violation. Careless wiring leads to power drains, repeated circuit breaker tripping, or a complete shutdown.
When your home’s ductwork is not sized properly or it’s not airtight. Air pressure can leak, negatively impacting the heat that is able to be distributed throughout your home.
With a newly installed furnace, a pressure test is part of the setup. Without this testing, one can expect static pressure or gas pressure issues.