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Sears HVAC installation service

When it’s time to install a new furnace, central air conditioner or other type of whole-house heating or cooling unit, we invite you to schedule a free at-home consultation with a Sears heating and cooling expert. Our expert will explain your options, so you can choose the HVAC unit that’s right for your house and budget.

We are committed to your satisfaction. Home Advisor recently awarded us Best of Home Advisor 2017, honoring Sears Home Services for extraordinary quality of work practices, customer service, ratings & reviews, and overall value.

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Heating and cooling systems

  • Central AC

    Central Air Conditioning
    • Depending on where you live, central AC can be vital to your comfort. Check your AC regularly to see if you need a repair or replacement.
    • Want to upgrade? Request a consultation
    • Need a repair? Learn more
  • Gas & Oil Furnaces

    Gas & Oil Furnaces
    • Your furnace is the heating heart of your home. If your heating goes out, you may need to repair or replace your furnace.
    • Want to upgrade? Request a consultation
    • Need a repair? Learn more
  • Heat Pumps

    Heat Pumps
  • Boilers & Radiant Heat

    Boilers & Radiant Heat
    • Many homes use boiler and radiant heat. If your heat goes out you may need a repair or replacement.
    • Want to upgrade? Request a consultation
    • Need a repair? Learn more
  • Fan Coils

    Fan Coils
    • Fan coils are found in many HVAC systems. If yours isn’t working, look into a repair or replacement.
    • Want to upgrade? Request a consultation
    • Need a repair? Learn more
  • Accessories

    Accessories

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If it’s time to replace your heating and cooling system—either because it’s not working or because you want to upgrade to a newer, more efficient unit—call Sears for a free in-home consultation.

HVAC Products We Offer

The HVAC experts from Sears Home Services install these HVAC systems: • Forced-air gas and oil furnaces • Boilers for radiant heat • Heat pumps • Central air conditioners • Mini-split air conditioners • Evaporative coolers (swamp coolers)

What to Expect

During the in-home consultation, a Sears Home Services heating and cooling HVAC expert does a load calculation to determine the right capacity of the unit, based on your home size—a unit that’s too big for your home is as inefficient as one that’s too small. You’ll learn about your product options, such as thermostat types, humidifiers, and filters that can improve your home’s air quality.

HVAC Repair

In addition to heating and cooling system replacement, Sears Home Services can repair your existing HVAC system. Our expert technicians also do routine preventive HVAC maintenance and A/C maintenance to keep your heating and cooling system running efficiently and extend its life.

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Accessories for your HVAC systems

When you hire Sears HVAC installation experts to install* a whole house air conditioner, furnace, or other HVAC unit, we take these steps to ensure you get the right product for your home.

We determine your home’s HVAC needs

To make sure the unit you select is the right size for your home, the Sears HVAC expert does an electronic load calculation estimate to determine the exact type of heat and air conditioning system that’s just right for your home–we don’t just replace it with the same size unit you currently have. These calculations take into consideration things such as the size of your home, its exposure to the sun and wind, the number and size of windows, how well insulated it is and more. This step is essential so the unit isn’t too small or too large–both waste energy.

We use current air conditioner refrigerant technology

We only install air conditioners with R410A refrigerant. Unlike R-22 refrigerant–which is being phased out–R410A refrigerant doesn’t deplete the ozone layer. And R410A refrigerant makes air conditioners more efficient, increasing the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER). Statistics show that this refrigerant has lower warranty service rates, and lower compressor failure rates.

We discuss HVAC accessory options

Sears offers optional accessories that make your home more comfortable:

  • An air filtration system added to your heating and air conditioning system can help minimize pollutants in your home, such as pollen, bacteria, dander, dust and more. An electronic air cleaner can filter out up to 95% of the particulates that pass through your HVAC system.

  • A furnace humidifier increases the humidity in your home during the dry winter months. The added humidity is good for your skin and respiratory system. It also helps keep wood inside the house from shrinking. And because humidified air feels warmer, you can turn down the thermostat to save energy.

  • A programmable thermostat lets you set up different temperatures for different times of day and days of the week. Once set, the thermostat automatically keeps the house at a comfortable temperature while you’re at home and active, and at an energy-saving temperature when you’re away or asleep.

We look at things that affect your HVAC system

To make sure your new HVAC system does the best job it can do, we go beyond just installing a new heating or cooling unit. We also check the condition of the ductwork and your home’s insulation, and make recommendations based on what we find.

*Installation includes standard labor to existing ductwork, electric/gas lines also removal of old equipment. Excludes: Permits, additional ductwork, electrical or codes upgrades and asbestos removal.

Why choose Sears?

We’re dedicated to your satisfaction

  • All work is guaranteed by Sears
  • All HVAC products are covered under trusted warranties
  • Low monthly payments, instant credit, and financing available

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