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An Overview to Furnace Installation

A qualified HVAC contractor should be able to install a furnace or replace an existing one. It is illegal in some states for anyone other than an HVAC professional to install furnaces. This is not an easy job. You will need to secure the necessary permits and have inspections done to make sure the HVAC unit was properly installed.

Remember that homeowners who install furnaces on their own may not be covered by their homeowner’s insurance in the event of an accident, such as a fire. You should not install the furnace yourself, especially if you don't have the necessary permits or inspections. Before you do any work in relation to furnace installation, make sure you check the permit requirements for your area. Whenever required you can get the advantage of new furnace installation through


A furnace replacement is a major undertaking that will require the assistance of several people. You will also need to have the right tools and knowledge to connect and disconnect gas and oil lines. The right tools are also required to install, repair or replace ductwork.

When removing an old furnace make sure the oil or gas supply is off completely. The handle of the oil or gas pipe valve should be turned parallel to the gas pipe. To be safe, you may want to shut off the whole gas supply to your home. Proper ventilation is important when you are disconnecting these pipes. Gas may escape.

The old furnace's electrical components should be disconnected. Disconnecting power to an electric furnace is as easy as unplugging it. You will need to turn off the breaker if the furnace is hard wired to the electrical. Then, disconnect the wires from the furnace's cover plate. This should not be done if you don't have any experience with electrical wiring.

The furnace is connected to the ductwork. You can use a knife or a utility knife to remove the duct tape. Finally, take out the furnace. It may be necessary to remove the furnace in certain areas. You may need to use extra manpower because the furnace can be very heavy.