We work with the top manufacturers to bring you the best home heating products on the market
At Neffsville Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, our HVAC team can design and install a home heating system that will heat your home more efficiently. By relying on the latest advancements in energy efficiency technology, today’s furnaces and heating systems will keep your home comfortable all winter long for less money.
If your heating system is more than 15-20 years old, now is the perfect time to upgrade to a high-efficiency heater. As systems get older, they become less reliable and less efficient, which means you are paying more for heat and repairs to maintain the system. Modern heaters use less energy to heat your home, so you can drastically reduce your costs each winter.
Many homeowners in Lancaster County are switching their home heating and Furnace systems from oil to natural gas, which typically shows a substantial cost savings. Our technicians are experienced at installing replacement heating systems in existing homes, including running new duct work and air returns. With a replacement heating system, we can also install an AC system, so you can enjoy central air during the warmer months.
We work with top furnace and HVAC manufacturers like American Standard, Trane, Mitsubishi, US Boiler, Carrier, Rheem, Lenox, Bryant and so many more. Get 0% interest financing, low monthly payments and rebates are available.
Call 717.625.1000 for a free consultation and quote.
In addition to traditional heating systems, we can install radiant heating and ductless heating systems. Radiant heating incorporates heating plumbing in the floor, so the floor warms the entire living space. We can install radiant heating systems in the floors of new construction or home additions, or incorporating them in a bathroom remodel project.
Ductless heating systems provide an affordable, efficient heating source that can be installed in virtually any room. If you are looking to heat an addition, basement living room, or garage workshop, a ductless mini split is the way to go.