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Prescreened Furnace Contractors in Oakland, CA

Haddon Heating and Cooling
4.81
196 Verified Ratings
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(925) 407-4900
1850 Bates Avenue, Suite A
Concord, CA 94520

Serving Oakland, CA
 
Albert Nahman Plumbing & Heating
4.5
43 Verified Ratings
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(510) 662-8023
3333 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Berkeley, CA 94703

Serving Oakland, CA
 
 
Qualtech Heating & Cooling
4.57
55 Verified Ratings
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(415) 228-0715
4115 Blackhawk Plaza Circle suite 100
Danville, CA 94506

Serving Oakland, CA
 
Blue Pacific Heating & Air
4.75
54 Verified Ratings
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(510) 768-0318
300 East H Street, Suite 146
Benicia, CA 94510

Serving Oakland, CA
 
 
Elliott Air Systems, Inc.
4.75
22 Verified Ratings
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(310) 595-9553
35991 Ruschin Drive
Newark, CA 94560

Serving Oakland, CA
 

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Reviews of Oakland Furnace Contractors

Project: Install Natural Gas or Propane Furnace / Forced Air Heating System
Oakland, CA

They where courtious and fast

 
Project: Install Natural Gas or Propane Furnace / Forced Air Heating System
Oakland, CA

They did what they promised and did it when they said they would, and at the agreed upon price!

 
Project: Install Natural Gas or Propane Furnace / Forced Air Heating System
Berkeley, CA

I am very happy with the end product. The company beat all estimates I received from competitors. The job was done immediately. I was most impressed by how knowledgeable the installer was about his product. After hours of non-stop work, the installer wired into the location a new light so that when we have any servicing done, there will be light in the area. I went to bed with the heater on. I spent 22 winters in the house I have never been warmer. I am a happy camper! A job very well done at a very good price! I highly recommend the company!

 
 

Unscreened Heating & Furnace Contractors in Oakland, California

HSC HYDRONIC SPECIALTIES CO
4723 TIDEWATER AVE
Oakland, CA 94601
CommAir Mechanical Service- Trane Contractor
1266 14th Street
Oakland, CA 94607
Best Heating and A/C
6114 LaSalle Avenue #412
Oakland, CA 94619
Atlas Heating & Air Conditioning
1451 32nd st
Oakland, CA 94603
ALL SEASON HEATING & AIR COND
2701 99TH AVE
Oakland, CA 94605
 

Things to Consider Before You Install Natural Gas or Propane Furnace / Forced Air Heating System in Oakland, California:

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Oakland Gas Furnaces

Situated between the sunny southern California cities of Los Angeles and San Diego and the rain-heavy Pacific Northwest, the Bay Area is home to a generally pleasant mixture of sun and clouds as well as cold and warm weather. In fact, Oakland is sometimes applauded as having the most desirable weather in the country! Of course, having a balance between warm and cool weather means that homeowners who want to keep their houses as comfortable as possible will probably have to turn on the heater every so often. While there are several options when it comes to heating a home in Oakland, gas furnaces are a popular and efficient choice that are perfect for the Bay Area.

Benefits
People like gas furnaces and forced-air heating systems for many reasons. When building a new home in Oakland, gas furnaces are some of the most efficient, least expensive, and most effective heating units you can find. Though you are certain to find electric heat, boiler and radiator systems, and maybe even a few geo-thermal or solar heating systems in the Bay Area, none of these carries the balance of convenience, price, and performance that you find with a gas furnace. Oakland homeowners know that cold nights are not as scattered as some might imagine, and having a dependable heating system that gets the job done quickly and without costing an arm and a leg is a huge benefit during the winter months, as well as on chilly nights for most of the year.

Installing or Replacing a Gas Furnace
When constructing a home from scratch, you'll have the option of installing whatever type of heating system you like. If price and performance are your two primary concerns, choosing a gas furnace will be easy. However, if you have a home that already has another kind of heating system in place, deciding whether to switch to a gas furnace can be far more difficult. If your home has a boiler and radiator system already in place, the process of switching over to a forced air system will be costly and time consuming; additionally, many folks prefer the moister quality of the heat given off by radiators to the dry heat produced by a furnace. Though boilers are often less efficient than furnaces, "upgrading" to a forced air system is not likely to significantly improve your home. On the other hand, in homes heated by electric baseboards and wall units, installing a gas furnace system can improve heating function, lower monthly bills, and even make your property more marketable.

Prices
Installing a gas furnace in Oakland is a task that varies pretty dramatically in price from one job to the next. While we've seen Oakland gas furnace installations come in for $3,500 or less, it is not uncommon for more involved furnace projects to cost $5,000 or $6,000 (in nearby San Francisco, we've even seen forced air systems cost over $10,000). The difference in price certainly has something to do with the furnace you choose and the company you pick to install it, but there can be other factors, too. For instance, if you are replacing a gas furnace that has been neglected or left idle for many years, there's a good chance that other heating system components like ductwork or vents will also need some work. If you are simply upgrading a heating system that has been well maintained with a more efficient furnace unit, the price is likely to depend far more on the type of furnace you buy than the labor it takes to install.