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Expert Gas & Electric Furnace Services

New furnace installations not only improve efficiency but also reduce energy bills while enhancing overall home comfort. At Sims Heating & Air Conditioning, we offer a range of systems to match your home’s specific needs, ensuring the perfect fit for optimal performance.

Additionally, we understand the financial aspect of upgrading your heating system. That’s why we provide financing options and free estimates on replacements, making it simpler for you to invest in a new, high-quality furnace without added financial stress.

If you’re experiencing issues like uneven heating, strange noises, or rising energy costs, it might be time for furnace repairs. Our team specializes in emergency repairs, ensuring you’re never left in the cold. With skilled technicians who can swiftly diagnose and resolve heating issues, we’ll restore warmth and comfort to your home promptly.

Boilers play a crucial role in providing cozy warmth to homes during colder months. Sims Heating & Air Conditioning offers expert boiler services, including installation, replacement, and repairs. Whether you need a new boiler for consistent warmth and improved air quality or prompt repairs to address issues like strange noises or leaks, our team is here to deliver efficient and reliable solutions. Contact us today at to schedule your furnace or boiler services.

 
 
 
 
 
 

the importance of routine maintenance

Routine maintenance is crucial for maintaining the efficiency and longevity of home heating systems. Here are some essential maintenance tasks for home heating systems:

Replace Air Filters: Regularly changing air filters, typically every 1-3 months, ensures proper airflow and prevents dust and debris buildup, which can affect system performance.

Clean Vents and Registers: Keep vents and registers free of dust and obstructions to maintain optimal airflow throughout your home.

Inspect Thermostat: Check and calibrate the thermostat settings to ensure accurate temperature control and energy efficiency.

Inspect and Clean Ductwork: Inspect ductwork for leaks, gaps, or damage, and clean ducts as needed to improve airflow and indoor air quality.

Lubricate Moving Parts: Lubricate moving parts such as motors, fans, and bearings to reduce friction and wear, improving system efficiency and lifespan.

Check Electrical Connections: Inspect electrical connections and components for signs of wear or damage, and tighten loose connections to prevent electrical issues.

Test Safety Controls: Test and verify the operation of safety controls, such as limit switches and pressure switches, to ensure safe and reliable system operation.

Inspect Heat Exchanger: For gas or oil furnaces, inspect the heat exchanger for cracks or corrosion, as these can pose safety hazards and affect system performance.

Schedule Professional Maintenance: Schedule annual or bi-annual professional maintenance by a qualified HVAC technician to thoroughly inspect, clean, and tune-up your heating system for optimal performance and efficiency.

By regularly performing these maintenance tasks and scheduling professional inspections, you can ensure your home heating system operates efficiently, reliably, and safely throughout the year.

How much do heat Systems Cost

Several variables can influence the cost of a home heating system. Some key factors include:

Type of System: The type of heating system you choose, such as a furnace, heat pump, boiler, or radiant heating, will impact the overall cost. Each system has different installation requirements and equipment costs.

Size of the System: The size of the heating system needed to adequately heat your home plays a significant role in cost. An HVAC professional will assess factors like square footage, insulation levels, and climate to determine the appropriate size of the system.

Efficiency Rating: Higher-efficiency heating systems typically have a higher upfront cost but can lead to long-term energy savings. Systems with higher efficiency ratings may qualify for rebates or incentives, reducing the overall cost.

Fuel Type: The type of fuel used by the heating system, such as natural gas, propane, oil, or electricity, can impact installation and operating costs. Availability of fuel in your area and current fuel prices also play a role.

Installation Complexity: The complexity of the installation, including ductwork requirements, venting systems, and any modifications needed to accommodate the new system, can affect installation costs.

Additional Features: Optional features or upgrades, such as zoning systems, programmable thermostats, air purifiers, or humidifiers, can add to the overall cost of the heating system.

Warranty and Maintenance: The length and coverage of warranties offered by the manufacturer and the cost of ongoing maintenance and service agreements can influence the overall cost of ownership.

Local Market Conditions: Market factors such as local labor rates, competition among HVAC contractors, and demand for heating systems in your area can impact pricing.

It’s essential to work with a reputable HVAC contractors such as our certified technicians to assess your specific heating needs, consider these variables, and provide accurate cost estimates for installing a home heating system tailored to your requirements and budget.

Contact us today for a free assessment and estimate!

 
 
 
 
 
 

Heating Systems by Carrier®

Infinity 59MN7 gas furnace with greenspeed intelligence
Infinity® 59MN7C

The Infinity® 98 furnace delivers precision comfort with Greenspeed intelligence. This is the most advanced Carrier® furnace ever made. Its unique design innovations achieve unprecedented efficiency and quiet.

Performance™ 59TP6C

The Performance™ 96 gas furnace is a two stage furnace, with a variable-speed blower motor and will run in low stage up to 90% of the time. Longer, low-stage run times give you better energy efficiency, better temperature control and increased comfort. It also assures you quieter performance.

Comfort 59SC6 furnace
Comfort™ 59SC6A

The Comfort™ 95 condensing gas furnace delivers on energy efficiency, achieving 97% AFUE. The ECM blower motor is electrically efficient and additional speed options enhance comfort. It can deliver the warmth and is designed to save you money.

Performance™ 58TP0B

If you want performance without all the bells and whistles of a communicating system, consider this Performance™ series model. As an 80% furnace it is most suitable for areas with milder winters. You can pair it with a high-efficiency heat pump or air conditioner and gain a cooling efficiency boost from its variable speed blower.

Comfort 80 58SB furnace
Comfort™ 58SB0B

If you live in an area where short, mild winters are balanced with long, humid summers and budget is a primary concern in your decision process, this may be a furnace you’ll appreciate.

This furnace is built to last with solid performance backed by a 20-year heat exchanger limited warranty