There are many factors to consider when pricing a heating system. Anyone who attempts to quote a system for your home without a thorough inspection is just looking to lock you in as a customer before the final price is given.
Each home is different, and each homeowner has unique needs. We will help you evaluate the functions you need for your family and discuss the system that fits your budget. We’ll give you a fair price on the best system for your home.
With nearly four decades of service in the Los Angeles area, our company has stood the test of time. You know we will be here today, tomorrow, and the day after to address any problems you may have.
Read our testimonials page and learn what other people, like you, say about us. We believe we provide the most reliable, safest, and most courteous service you can find in the Los Angeles area.
It’s possible. However, we recommend using trained professionals who possess the experience and knowledge required to provide safe installation of gas and electric systems that generate high levels of BTUs in your home.
Some of the best indicators that you need a new furnace include increasing operating costs, frequent repairs, and cracks or structural damage. If you are concerned about your system for these or any other reasons, our technicians will be happy to provide an inspection and determine if this is the right time to replace your furnace.
We’ve installed many furnace units in our nearly forty years. We can service all makes and brands, and our recommendations for new units include only those we believe will provide the most years of reliable service. While conditions and wear and tear will play a role in the life of any heating system, a typical lifespan for a furnace in the Los Angeles area is 15-20 years.
No. We don’t provide the lowest cost but we do provide a fair price for the level of service we offer. The true cost of a low-end provider is the inconvenience of scheduling, repeat calls, and unsatisfactory results.
To be honest, some of our customers told us they called “Cheap Charlie” first. Then, after what looked like a low cost, they still had problems, couldn’t get them solved, and finally called us to fix it right. A few extra dollars now saves time, effort, and money in the long run.