Bakersfield Heater Replacement
Professional Heater Installation in the San Joaquin Valley
Busy Californians don’t have time to wait for their homes to warm
up on cold winter mornings. They want to slide out of bed and go about
their morning activities in comfort. With central heating systems and
Wi-Fi thermostats, it’s easy to take indoor climate comfort for granted. When an aging
system slows down or a
heating failure disrupts your morning routine, it is time to consider heating system replacement.
The experts at
Monarch Home Services offer comprehensive heater replacement in Bakersfield,
throughout Central California. Our EPA- and NATE-certified technicians are prepared to get your new
heater installed quickly and effectively.
Looking to replace your outdated heater? Call
(661) 490-9338 to request a free estimate for heater replacement in Bakersfield!
Heater Replacement Options
With so many different types of
heating systems available on the market, it can be difficult to determine which is right
for you. Our team of Bakersfield heater replacement experts can assess
your home and your heating needs to recommend the best system for your home.
We can install the following types of heating systems:
Furnaces: The most common heating system in California homes is the natural gas
or electric furnace. Furnaces require
ductwork and venting and are often paired with central air conditioning units.
System improvements like electronic ignitions, sealed combustion, and
better insulation have raised the
AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency) ratings for gas-fired furnaces to
a range of 80 to 98%, making them energy-efficient and economical to operate.
Heat pumps: Heat pumps don’t consume fuel, so they are non-polluting and highly
energy-efficient. These systems use refrigerant technology to move heat
from outdoors to indoors. In the summer, the transfer process is reversed
and heat is removed from your home for cooling. Traditional air-source
heat pumps require ductwork to deliver the heated or cooled air to different
areas of your house and, if properly sized and insulated, they deliver
economical indoor comfort.
Mini-split & ductless systems: These heat pump systems are designed for heating installation in older
homes without ductwork and for new construction with a lack of attic space
for ducts. They are also very practical as heater replacements in room
additions or remodeled spaces.
Radiant heat, solar, and geothermal heating systems: The past decade has seen great advances in alternative energy sources
for residential heating. Circulating
hot-water heated floors, rooftop solar collectors and geothermal heat pumps have become
desirable and effective heater replacement alternatives for California homes.