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Whether you need installation or service on gas furnaces, consider some important ways to save money on your heating unit. Durability and efficiency are the two goals for any cost conscious gas furnace owner. Not only does a reliable unit keep you comfortable every winter, it also avoids an expensive emergency service call. An efficient unit pays you back monthly with a lower gas utility bill.
Ready for Gas Furnace Installation?
Brown’s Heating and Plumbing is a Trane certified comfort specialist dealer. This distinction means we carry the latest and most efficient models on gas furnaces from the Trane line. Your install will be performed right the first time by our trained technicians. Count on Brown’s for a comprehensive warranty and service after the sale.
Let a Brown’s professional evaluate your space to choose the correct size gas furnace for your needs; bigger is not always better. We’re committed to providing you with a unit compatible with your space and your budget.
Ready for Repair or Service on Gas Furnaces?
A yearly preventative maintenance visit avoids the need for an expensive emergency repair or premature replacement. A Brown’s technician who visits your home will evaluate your unit, replace any worn or damaged components, and restore your system to peak efficiency.
We’ll also counsel you on the most efficient heating cycle, optimum air filter replacement intervals, and programmable thermostat set up. A service visit is a great time to ask an expert any questions on the safety and maintenance of gas furnaces.
Brown’s Heating and Plumbing – Experts on Gas Furnaces
Since 1964, Brown’s has served York County homeowners with reliable and efficient gas furnaces. Even the mild winters of the Southeast warrant a dependable and cost effective heating solution. Expect expert installation and service from a Brown’s technician. Our warranty and preventative maintenance programs keep our customers happy after the sale.
Call 803-222-7264 for top quality installation and service on gas furnaces.
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