Heating Installation & Replacement in Chester County & the Surrounding Area
Expert Furnace, Boiler & Heat Pump Installers
No matter how well you take care of your heater, it will eventually need to be replaced. Even if you receive preventative maintenance frequently and ensure every minor problem gets corrected immediately, this moment comes for everyone sooner or later.
But you don’t need to worry because you can trust Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling to take care of you. We make what could potentially be a stressful situation easy and painless. All you’ve got to do is speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable heating experts to determine exactly what you’re needing in a new unit. Mattioni is committed to working with you in order to narrow down the specifics of your new heater, and we won’t rest until you’ve identified exactly what you want.
Perhaps you aren’t dealing with an emergency replacement — maybe you’re just in the market for a new one because it’s time for a change. If that’s the case, we’re here to help as well. We can work with you to parse through every option out there, and that includes switching the type of heater!
When to Replace Your Heater
Knowing when to replace your heater can be difficult, especially if you’ve never bought any HVAC installation or needed to think much about it in the past. As a rule of thumb, you want to replace a heater when the cost of upkeep or repair becomes unreasonable compared to purchasing a new one, when newer furnaces feature technology or features that you desire such as efficiency, safety, or convenience, or when you need more heat provided than your current system can provide, due to expansions, etc.
Furnace Installer & Replacement
Gas and electric furnaces remain the standard for home heating across the country for good reason — a furnace is easy to use, heats effectively no matter the weather, etc. Whether you’re installing new or replacing an existing heating system, there’s no reason to fret — we’ll help you identify the best furnace from a respected manufacturer to fit your needs, preferences, and budget.
Boiler Installation & Replacement
Boilers aren’t as popular as furnaces, but a well-maintained modern boiler delivers more efficient heat and more consistent heat under most circumstances and generally can be trusted to maintain a more comfortable home more reliably, at the cost of taking up more space and, frequently, more maintenance and upkeep. If you’ve used a forced-air system in the past and been annoyed that you couldn’t find a comfortable point between cold and hot, a boiler-based heating system may be preferable!
Heat Pump Installation & Replacement
Need a heating solution and a cooling solution all in one? Want to cut costs by supplementing your existing system with the high efficiency of a heat pump? Looking to cut the space used by your heating system down? Want to heat and cool rooms individually? Heat pumps can meet many needs as a primary or secondary source of heat, at the expense of losing maximum heat as temperatures approach and surpass freezing.
Heating Replacement FAQs
Regular maintenance of your system, both home maintenance on a monthly basis and professional maintenance annually, will greatly extend the life of any HVAC system.
It can be hard to assess the ideal heating solution for a home without looking at all the details: the size of the home, how insulated it is, preferred temperatures, efficiency considerations, space available, installation problems, and so on. Our team will help you assess your options and give you all the insight you need to make an informed decision.
Installation times vary significantly with different system types, home conditions, whether we’re replacing a system with the same system or making a whole new installation, and so on.
If you don’t have any other combusting system in your home, and you add one, you’ll want carbon monoxide detectors for safety.
Waiting to replace a heater gets pricy as repairs pile up, efficiency drops, etc. You may even damage your home with flawed systems, i.e. leaky old boilers.