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Our Services Include:

  • Furnace Installation
  • Furnace Replacement
  • Furnace Service
  • Furnace Clean and Checks
  • Furnace Tune-Ups
  • Furnace Maintenance
  • Ductless Heat Pump Installation
  • Duct Cleaning
  • Coil Cleanings
  • Dryer Vent Cleaning and Repair
  • Thermostat Repair and Replacement
  • Duct Leakage Testing and Repair
  • Crawl Space Encapsulation
  • Indoor Air Quality Solutions

Whether you’re in need of a quick repair or comprehensive maintenance, you can count on Blue Ridge Heating and Air to keep your home comfortable year-round. Schedule your HVAC service today and experience the difference with Blue Ridge Heating and Air.


When it comes to Furnace installation and replacement, several factors can influence the overall cost:

Equipment: Our Furnace installation consultants are committed to engineering cost-effective solutions. Balancing your comfort needs with the available equipment, we will present you with solutions that meet your budget and comfort goals.

Accessibility and Scope of Work: Every furnace installation is a little different, depending on the unique design challenges of the home we’re working in. Our comfort engineer will discuss these obstacles transparently and identify the most efficient route to minimize your furnace replacement costs.

Fixing ductwork issues: It wouldn’t be right of us to install a brand new heating system without reviewing your home’s ductwork first. Damaged ductwork can wear down the new system and cost you a fortune in energy bills. Your comfort engineer will always be upfront with you about the costs of these repairs.

Other Factors Affecting Price:

Efficiency Ratings: There are 3 types of categories for furnace efficiency:

  • Low Efficiency : No longer in production, furnaces with an AFUE rating of approximately 55% to 78% are considered low-efficiency heating equipment.
  • Standard Efficiency : The most basic furnace being manufactured today, a standard or mid-efficiency furnace has an AFUE rating of around 80%.
  • High Efficiency : If a furnace is considered a ‘high-efficiency furnace,’ it is rated as 90% AFUE or more.

Unit Size: While many furnace installations possess similar characteristics, we assess every situation on its own needs. Bigger units are more expensive, and smaller ones are less expensive as a rule. Our technicians will find the right size indoor and outdoor components to help ensure you get the heating and cooling you need.

Comfort Features: Smart thermostats, remote operation, efficient zoning, and dual-fuel options are all features can make you more comfortable and help save energy, but they may also increase the upfront costs.

Consider getting a new furnace if…

  • Your furnace is 10-14+ years old: Winters in the Carolinas are best addressed these days with a modern heat pump system. Ducted or ductless. If you replace a 10-14 year-old system, your comfort level, control of your zones, and lower cost to run all make it a smart move if you are planning to stay in your home.
  • The system needs frequent repairs: We don’t mind fixing things, but by the time you’re on your second or third repair, you are probably investing in an inefficient system and your peace of mind is non existent. If you buy brand-name equipment manufactured by a big company, you will likely get a 10-year warranty. After that, I would start looking after my first major repair and be ready to make a move the next time I had an $800 to $1,500 repair bill.
  • Your energy bills are going up: Gas is cheap but the price fluctuates based on factors that are out of your control. Oil and propane are subject to similar fluctuations and spikes in pricing when you need them most.

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