Furnace Installation

Furnace Installation

We have been the furnace installation company of choice for many homes and businesses for four generations. We are happy to help you with any of your heating needs, whether it be installation, repair or maintenance.

Here are the types of furnaces we install or repair:

Forced-Air Heating

Forced-air heating is an appliance that uses natural gas and conducts warm air through ductwork and vents to throughout your house. If you have circle or rectangle vents in your flooring or ceiling that blows air out of it, you have 'forced air' heating. The main components of a force air system includes an air filter, blower, heat exchanger and a thermostat that is used to control the temperature in your home. single stage furnace

Single Stage Furnace

This type of furnace is among the least expensive types of heating systems available to purchase due to its basic function and relatively inefficient energy consumption rate. The single stage furnace is named so due to the fact that it has a single gas flame that is either ignited when the unit is running, or extinguished when the unit is off. The unit switches on when the thermostat indicates the temperature has fallen below a desired level, and it remains on until the thermostat reads the temperature has reached the desired level.

2-Stage Furnace

2-Stage (dual stage) Gas Furnace Unlike the single stage unit, a two stage, or dual stage furnace system keeps a flame on at all times, even when the unit is on but not generating heat. This goes a long way towards improving the overall efficiency of this unit, and even allows the furnace to run more quietly, since it never needs to reignite the gas flame once it has been activated.

Variable (modulating) Furnace

The final major furnace model is known as a variable or modulating furnace. This furnace does a great job of maintaining a constant temperature throughout your property by making small, frequent temperature adjustments rather than waiting for the temperature to completely drop. As a result, these furnaces are among the most energy efficient models you can purchase today.

Furnace Repair

When your furnace stops or doesn't work, don’t panic, call Lillie Family Heating. Your family’s comfort & safety is our number one priority. Lillie Family offers 24hr emergency furnace repairs with licensed technicians who can quickly identify and solve any problem—no matter how large or extensive it is.

We often receive emergency calls from people looking to get a service in the middle of the night, or outside of our regular office hours. When this happens, no matter who you call, they may not have the parts needed to fix your furnace. This is because the plumbing supplier company is closed.

This is where the Lillie Family Heating & Plumbing company has earned our reputation for being a trusted and reliable plumbing company. After asking you a few questions to better understand your situation, we'll let you know if can help you fix it. However, if it is late and our plumbing supplier is closed, we might recommend that you bundle up at night (if its not too cold overnight) and wait until the next business day so that we can properly repair your furnace the first time we visit your home or office. This saves you from paying a plumber to visit your home twice!

We can repair all brands of furnaces including:

Day & Night
American Standard
And Many More..

Why Choose Lillie Family Heating

When you need plumbing service, you need it fixed fast and fixed properly. Lillie Family offers quick, affordable plumbing repair to get you warm as soon as possible. We are here for you! 

  • Our technicians are the most experienced available
  • We offer a methodical approach so you do not have unneeded repairs
  • Your satisfaction is our goal

24/7 Heating Service

Lillie Family Heating is happy to say that we have 24 hour emergency service available.  This will ensure that your system can get up and running if a faster timeline.

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