For quality heating installation in the Gaithersburg area, look no further than GAC Cooling & Heating. We’ve been serving Maryland residents in Montgomery and Frederick County since 1970. So when you’re in need of heating installation, you won’t find a more experienced and qualified team than ours.
You have a ton of factors to consider when installing a new heating system. But worrying about your choice of a heating installation contractor should not be one of them. We’ve serviced thousands of homes in Montgomery and Frederick country Maryland, and chances are we’ve serviced someone you know! GAC guides you through the process and ensures your new heating installation improves your home’s comfort and energy efficiency.
Our Heating Installation Process
- As with all our heating installations, we start by evaluating your specific needs and guiding you to the right solution for your home. Our diagnostic services ensure you get the right heater based on your home, square footage, lifestyle habits, and other factors that influence the type of heater you’ll need.
- Once we agree on a heating system, our quality assurance manager will review the job, perform the necessary calculations, and outline what we will need on installation day. This is the critical step we perform to ensure your installation will go smoothly and that your new heating system is customized for your home.
- On the day of the installation, our NATE certified technicians ensure your installation goes perfectly. Our heating installation technicians take great pride in their work, and once the heating installation is complete you will hardly notice the technicians were in your home.
Heat Pump Installation
Need heat pump installation in the Gaithersburg area? If you choose a heat pump that’s geothermal, even better! These heat pumps use less energy, meaning they heat your house for less money. Also remember when going green, you don’t have to skimp on quality. Geothermal heat pumps are just as effective as traditional heating methods. If you’re considering heating installation in Gaithersburg, talk to GAC about the benefits of geothermal heat pumps.
Getting a new furnace? Call GAC! We provide furnace installation in the Gaithersburg area and other areas of Montgomery County and Frederick County. Most furnaces only last about 10-12 years, which means you’ll probably have to install or replace a furnace in your lifetime. Whether you need a propane or natural gas furnace, GAC can install it for you! Call us today for furnace installation in the Gaithersburg area.
After our technician completes your heating installation, he or she will demonstrate how your new heating system works. We’ll teach you how to operate the thermostat, provide you with the manufacturer’s manual, and explain some signs to look out for in case your system requires repair. Our technicians will also leave you with information on our Peak Performance Maintenance program. This program ensures your new heating system is maintained regularly.
Contact us today for a free estimate on heating installation in the Gaithersburg, MD area.
Is it ok to install a different brand of air conditioner and furnace?
Yes – most brands of HVAC equipment will work properly together provided the coils and blowers are the proper size. At worst, you’ll see a slight drop in efficiency or capacity.
Some rooms in my home get too hot, while others never get hot enough. Can GAC help?
Yes! Airflow problems can be related to a number of issues, including a dirty filter, coil, and/or blower that restricts air movement through the air handler and prevents it from getting to the outer branches of the duct system. Every now and then, duct work will come loose and need to be reattached. Many times, duct design issues are to blame. In any case, the licensed professionals at GAC have the solution!
What is hybrid heating?
A hybrid heat system is a combination of both a gas furnace and a heat pump—allowing you to combine the strengths of both gas and electric heat sources. This provides the most energy-efficient method of heating your home comfortably. When the temperature outside changes, a hybrid heat system will automatically switch between the heat pump and the furnace—using the most cost-effective fuel source for the present conditions.