Heating Installation & Replacement in the Twin Cities
Whether you’re replacing an old heater, switching to another type of heating, or installing a heating system in your newly constructed home, Genz-Ryan Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electrical can help you make this important choice.
Our knowledgeable home comfort experts will help you choose the right heating system for your needs, your home, and your budget to ensure that you get the maximum comfort and service life from your new unit. If you’re not entirely sure whether it’s time to replace your heating system, we can help you weigh all the appropriate factors. Your comfort is our ultimate goal, so contact us to get the answers and service you need!
Call (612) 223-6158 or contact Genz-Ryan online for heating installation or replacement service in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area!
Our Heating Installation Services
At Genz-Ryan, we install the following heating systems across the Minneapolis-St. Paul area:
If you’re building a new home, we can help you choose the best type of heating system for your needs and preferences. With expert installation from our highly trained HVAC contractors, you’ll be confident that your heating system is correctly and safely connected to all energy and fuel sources. From the first day you live in your new home, your furnace, boiler, or heat pump will be calibrated to perform efficiently and properly. When you choose Genz-Ryan to install your new heating system, you can look forward to years of warmth and enjoyment!
Call (612) 223-6158 or contact Genz-Ryan online for expert heating installation in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area!
Our Heating Replacement Services
With so many options, replacing your old heating system can feel overwhelming. After all, your heating system will provide your home’s heat for the next 10-20 years. There are so many decisions to be made! On top of that, you’re often making this decision when your old heater has unexpectedly broken down. Below are a few of the questions you’re probably asking yourself:
- Should I stay with the same type of heating system or switch to a different method?
- What size heater does my home need?
- What’s the best make, model, and fuel source for my needs?
- What kind of heating system can I afford?
Skip the stress and call Genz-Ryan. We’ll assess your home to determine its needs, then educate you on your options. With our help, you’ll be able to choose the best system for your home. To help you fit your heating needs into any budget, we offer multiple financing options to customers in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area.
Once we’ve worked together to determine the best heater for you, we’ll quickly replace your old unit. Our expert technicians will seamlessly incorporate your new unit into your existing space, wiring, and ductwork, taking care to follow all safety regulations for required clearances. We’ll leave you in a warm home, secure in the knowledge that you made the best choice possible!
When you’re ready to replace your heating system, call (612) 223-6158 or contact Genz-Ryan online for expert heating replacement in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area!
Signs You Need Furnace Replacement
The older your furnace gets, the more you start to wonder if it’s time to replace it. It can be tempting to try to get it through “one more winter,” but eventually holding off on replacing it can cost you significant amounts of money and lead to a chilly home. Here are some signs that it’s time to replace your furnace:
- Advanced age – Most furnaces can be expected to last 10-15 years, so if yours is getting close to that range, it might be time for a replacement.
- Rising energy costs – As your furnace ages and wears down, it becomes less efficient and has to work harder to do its job. This means it consumes more energy, and you’ll see the difference in your utility bills.
- Uneven heating – If some rooms in your house are far colder than others, your furnace is having difficulty circulating heated air through your home.
- Frequent repairs – If your furnace requires frequent repairs, you might want to invest that money in a new unit rather than keep the old one limping along.
- Chilly conditions – Are you frequently cold, even though your furnace is always running? If your furnace can no longer keep up with your comfort needs, it’s time to replace it.
- Strange noises – Rattling, buzzing, and humming become more frequent (and louder) as your furnace ages due to cracks, leaks, misaligned parts, and structural issues.
If you think it might be time to replace your furnace, call (612) 223-6158 or contact Genz-Ryan online for expert advice and heating replacement in the Twin Cities.
Choose Genz-Ryan for Heating Installation & Replacement
Whenever you’re ready to schedule heating installation or replacement in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area, simply contact Genz-Ryan. We’ll guide you through the process and educate you on your options so you can feel confident that you made the best decision for your home. Our expert technicians will set your new heating system up to run smoothly, safely, and efficiently, for reliable heat that lasts all winter long.
Call (612) 223-6158 or contact Genz-Ryan online for heating installation and replacement in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area.
How long do heating systems last?
With proper maintenance, you can expect the following life spans from your heating system:
- Furnaces: 10-15 years
- Heat pumps: 15 years
- Boilers: 15-20 years
- Ductless mini-splits: 20 years
What is an HVAC zoning system?
A zoning system allows you to individually heat and cool different areas of your home. For example, if your upstairs is always warmer than your downstairs, you could zone them separately for greater temperature control and increased comfort. This also saves energy, since you won’t be forcing your system to heat or cool areas that don’t need it.
How often do I need maintenance performed on my new heating system?
You should have furnaces and boilers tuned up once per year, before the cold weather starts. Because they work all year long, heat pumps should have maintenance done twice a year – once before the weather gets hot, and once before it gets cold outside. Having maintenance performed before the most extreme seasons will ensure that your system is ready to perform when you need it most.