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Very fair pricing!!!! Fast efficient and friendly!!! Bryan is the best! Won’t use anyone else!!!!! – Wes S.

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Kim the rep at the company are 5 stars as well. We will be hiring this company to replace and install the unit we had inspected, given it's beyond its useful life. Great company. – Larkin J.

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They were very accommodating and honest. I feel extremely comfortable passing on this company to anyone who needs HVAC work! - Christi D.

Why Work With Certified For Heater Replacement?

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If you are continually calling out for service, it might be time to replace your heater. We know this is a large investment, so Certified is prepared to make the process run as smooth as possible.

  • We offer an 18-month replacement guarantee.
  • All furnace and heat pump brands we install come with a manufacturers warranty.
  • We have expertise in related services, such as customized ductwork and design, converting oil to gas, and solar powered heating.
  • We offer financing for all types of credit.

When you come to us for heater installation and repair, we’ll make sure you have our Certified Performance Agreement. This covers your system for a bi-annual maintenance check to ensure your unit is performing as expected for the first year.

Learn more about the cost of furnace replacement here.

How Much Does Furnace Replacement Cost?

New laws require that furnaces adhere to new energy standards. Your current heater may still be working, but a new heater with a higher AFUE (Annual Fuel Use Efficiency Rating) might save you in the long run on energy bills if your heater is more than a decade old. A higher rating will cost more, but what’s important is finding a AFUE rating that works for your home and budget.

What energy source are you using? If it’s electrical, you may be using a heat pump. Gas is the most common source of energy, while a few older homes use oil. If you already have the same system you want, it will probably be easier to retrofit a new one in most cases. We recommend electrical for the low cost of installation, low maintenance requirements and longevity.

The most obvious cost factor is the size of your household, but that doesn’t stop there. The design of your current ductwork system – and its age – will be a major determining factor in what systems can be installed. If your heater needs placed in a hard-to-reach location, or you want additional features such as noise reducers and smart thermostats, these are value-add options that will influence cost.

New laws require that furnaces adhere to new energy standards. Your current heater may still be working, but a new heater with a higher AFUE (Annual Fuel Use Efficiency Rating) might save you in the long run on energy bills if your heater is more than a decade old. A higher rating will cost more, but what’s important is finding a AFUE rating that works for your home and budget.

What energy source are you using? If it’s electrical, you may be using a heat pump. Gas is the most common source of energy, while a few older homes use oil. If you already have the same system you want, it will probably be easier to retrofit a new one in most cases. We recommend electrical for the low cost of installation, low maintenance requirements and longevity.

The most obvious cost factor is the size of your household, but that doesn’t stop there. The design of your current ductwork system – and its age – will be a major determining factor in what systems can be installed. If your heater needs placed in a hard-to-reach location, or you want additional features such as noise reducers and smart thermostats, these are value-add options that will influence cost.

We Service Most Makes And Models Of Heating & Heat Pump Units.

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    If you are searching for reliable heating and AC technicians in Concord and East Bay, give Certified Heating & Air Conditioning a try. We have established a solid customer foundation in Concord and the rest of Contra Costa county over the past four years because of our dedication to the customer backed by numerous guarantees. We are home of the FREE second opinion, so if you feel like you’ve been treated unfairly by another company, call us – our family-owned, family-run company will bring you in and treat you as our own.

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