1670 Bell Avenue Suite #110 Sacramento, CA 95838 • License #885341

Get Reliable Furnace Installation From Big Mountain Heating and Air Conditioning

Big Mountain Heating & Air Conditioning has provided reliable furnace installation in Greater Sacramento since 2006, giving both residential and commercial customers superior service for sales and installation. If your current furnace is making odd noises, heating unevenly, running up excessive energy bills or experiencing other frequent problems, it’s time for a new unit. Our staff will gladly come out to your premises, assess your needs and recommend the furnace that is right for you.

Sizing Your Furnace

Bigger is not necessarily better when it comes to installing a furnace. Proper installation begins with accurately sizing your new furnace. Many factors go into determining the best unit for your home or business. To properly recommend the best options for your needs, our staff will perform a load calculation on your building to determine how many BTU’s your furnace should have for proper heating. A Manual J calculation is the industry standard for determining proper sizing and takes into consideration the building’s total square footage, type of insulation, number of occupants and heat-emitting appliances in the building and other pertinent factors. Once we have determined the proper load, we can provide you with a suitable heating system option to fit your needs.

Proper Installation Matters

The way your furnace is installed is just as important as proper sizing. Our certified technicians are experienced in installing many different types of furnaces from a variety of manufacturers and will thoroughly check all connections, including energy supplies, venting and ductwork to make sure that your new heating unit will function efficiently. Not only does Big Mountain Heating & Air Conditioning install new furnaces, we service them to keep them working well for years to come.

If you believe a new furnace is in your future, contact our friendly staff at 916-925-7680 to schedule a no-obligation consultation and assessment.