IS IT TIME TO RETIRE THAT ANCIENT FURNACE?
Utah has some very old homes and neighborhoods. This furnace was replaced with a new efficient and long-lasting furnace.
Our installation team gets raving reviews and gets the job done right the first time.
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The most common cause of heating systems failures are due to improper installation.
We always pull permits to protect our customers and ensure the job is done right.
OUR VALUES AND BELIEFS
- We won’t omit vital information.
- We serve our customers. It’s not a job.
- We care about your wants and needs.
- We leave your house as clean as we found it.
- Our technicians have pride in their work.
- We do what we say.
HOMEOWNERS TURN TO US FOR QUALITY
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- Certified & Licensed
- Honesty & Integrity
- Professional, Courteous & Thorough
- Technicians Attend Regular Training
- Solutions not Fixes
Here are the 3 steps to get what you need done as soon as possible!
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Recent AC & Furnace Installations
We take pride in our work and it shows
Only the Best for Our Customers
In our commitment to serve as Utah’s Best Service Experience™, ESCO employs the best air conditioning technicians who are fully trained and certified.
Service Team Highlights
- Background checks and drug tests.
- Respectful and professional
We have the experience and expertise to get the job done fast, and done right the first time. Our equipment solutions include environmentally friendly options, with a highly trained crew that specializes in home energy efficiency and are BPI Certified.
We also offer a comprehensive energy audit and can determine where your house is losing energy, making you and your pocket book a lot more comfortable.
Frequently Asked Questions
There are a lot of factors that can change the cost of a new furnace. It is also important to consider the cost over time of keeping an inefficient heating system in your home.
Some new installations require new duct work, moving gas lines or even moving the furnace to a new location due to improper placement from the previous installation.
ESCO is dedicated to finding the right options that fit your home and your needs. We offer the best furnace installation services and according to code. We come across so many furnace installations that were done incorrectly and have caused the life of the equipment to be drastically reduced.
Additionally, it might make sense to upgrade the home to a central air system that will provide heating and cooling that will save you money in the long run and provide a higher level of comfort at home.
We take pride in our ability to design the right heating system that fits your home and your needs.
The size and style of your house will determine what size furnace you need. We do a complete engineering analysis of your home to determine the appropriate size. The duct work in your home will also have a bearing on sizing.
Like an automobile, the better it is maintained the longer it will perform. The filter should be changed monthly and the unit should be serviced annually. Even a well maintained unit will start to lose efficiency at 10 – 12 years. Not to mention new technology that an old system will not have.
Yes! Visit our financing page to learn more about our current financing options or call now to speak with one of our friendly customer service representatives.
We can do a same day install in some cases, mostly the next day or two days out are common.
Absolutely. The new technology in units today are largely as a result of higher efficiency standards imposed by the government.
Absolutely. In some cases the indoor air quality of a home is worse than the outdoor air quality. We offer several options of high tech filters that can remove the tiniest particles and reduce allergies that cause several of the breathing issues that people suffer from.
The manufacturer recommends an annual inspection and tune-up.
The shelf life for the average furnace is around 12 years. Sooner if it wasn’t installed to manufacturer specifications and longer if it is serviced and maintained regularly. A certified service technician will have the best idea as to when a system should be replaced.
Signs a Furnace Replacement is Necessary
- Furnace Age – 10-12 yrs or older, depending on how the current furnace was installed.
- Utility Bills/Energy Bills Rising
- Heating Uneven Throughout the Home
- Furnace is Making Unusual Noises
- Registers Show Signs of Dirt or Soot
Yes, we do. Here a few reviews from some of our customers:
Installation of my new furnace went smoothly. Joe and Kennon are real pros. They explained everything, waited to confirm everything was working well before leaving and left the work area neat and clean.
Our furnace went out on Valentine’s Day. Esco came out that night and the next Saturday morning to put in our brand new furnace. It looks amazing. They walked us through everything. Thank you, Ty Gentry, Kannen, and Joe Collen. We are finally warm again.
Keny and Brendon were so professional when they came to put in a new furnace. They wore booties when they first arrived and were so respectful of my home. Before they started working they put protective flooring wherever they would be working. They answered all my questions and kept me in the loop on everything they were doing. When they finished they talked me through everything that they had done. I was so impressed!
Five Common Problems with A Furnace During Winter
- Dirty Filter
- Carbon Monoxide Leak
- Poorly Calibrated Thermostat
- Loose or Worn out Fan Belts
- Dry Air Caused by Your Furnace
The Importance of Preventative Maintenance
It is important to have your furnace tuned up every fall before winter starts. Taking care of smaller problems before they become big ones can save you a great deal on furnace repairs.
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OUR SERVICE AREAS IN UTAH
- Weber County
- Davis County
- Salt Lake County
- Tooele County
- Salt Lake County
- Utah County
- Summit County