You need a new furnace and after careful thought and consideration, you opt for an oil furnace. You know you are not qualified to install the system yourself, so you investigate to find the best contractor in
Installing an oil furnace should only be done by a trained professional. Improper installation could lead to oil leaks, failure in performance and some much worse scenarios.
Finding a certified, licensed installer is as easy as:
- Getting references from other contractors, furnace dealers, or friends and family
- Checking out local media outlets such as newspapers, or television ads
- Searching the Internet
- Or looking through the yellow pages either in your phone book or on-line
Now that you have several contractors to choose from, it is time to narrow down the options. Your furnace is the life force of your home, especially in the winter, so you want to make sure it is installed by someone who really knows what he is doing.
Improper installation can lead to an oil leak, which can lead to a fire. Dangerous fumes can seep out all over your house, causing serious health problems for your family. The dangers are endless. You have to get a qualified, certified professional. It will save you thousands of dollars, a lot of headaches and quite possibly save the lives of your family.
The installation cost is minimal when you consider how important the furnace is to the comfort of your family. Their safety should be your number one concern. An oil leak can lead to a fire. Plus, if your system is not installed properly, you could experience dangerous fumes. Leaks will also cost you hundreds of dollars in wasted oil every year. Stretching and straining your budget even more. Before you allow an expensive resource to be wasted and put your families at risk of any kind, have a licensed and experienced oil furnace contractor install and thoroughly test your system unit so that you can be assured it will work through the cold winter months for many years.