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Gas Furnace Installation in Easton & Allentown

Proudly Serving the Greater Lehigh Valley

If you have an old furnace that is no longer running well, or running at all, then replacing it with a new, more efficient model can ensure that your home is properly heated and comfortable. Necessity aside, today's modern gas furnaces pollute less and boost comfort while producing heat more steadily than earlier generations.

If you aren't sure how to go about buying a new furnace, call Action Plumbing Heating & HVAC for help. We are a family-owned and operated company with nearly 20 years of industry experience serving Allentown, Easton, and Bethlehem.

We believe that your furnace's specifications should meet your needs, and not be too large. Conversely, a furnace that is too small for your space won't keep your home comfortable, especially during the cold winter months.

Finding the "Perfect" Fit

Size matters – a lot. If an overly large furnace is installed, not only will it cost more initially, it will cycle on and off more frequently. That places more wear and tear on its components and wastes energy and can cause the temperature to vary too much. Further, a larger than necessary furnace will require large ducts, which can make airflow noisy.

Our Easton plumbers understand the importance of choosing the correct size unit and installing it properly. We won't cut corners, but we won't convince you to install a unit that is more than you need either. We will take into account the climate, the size, design and construction of your house. Once it's installed, we'll explain how to properly maintain the furnace and in accordance with the manufacturer's directions.

Why do customers choose us?

  • We have served the Lehigh Valley since 1995.
  • We charge by the job, not by the hour.
  • We respond to customers' calls promptly.
  • We are professional and courteous.
  • We offer online specials & discounts.

The average lifespan of a gas furnace is between 15 and 18 years. If you choose to replace your furnace, you will be glad to know that today's furnaces can save you as much as $40 for every $100 you spend on fuel compared to older models, according to a Consumer Reports survey of models purchased between 2008 and early 2014.

Are you ready to take the next step? Contact us today to schedule a service appointment in Allentown or Easton!