Our technicians and home comfort consultants are fully licensed professionals, experienced in handling both gas and oil-fired heating equipment.
We understand the engineering requirements necessary for an efficient heating installation. We account to for the integration of sizing, configuration, control, and technology to meet your specific requirements.
In addition, our consultations and estimates are always free and our goal is to help educate and inform our customers. This way, you get all the information you need to help make the decision that will best support your heating needs.
In the end, you will have the right equipment to meet your needs efficiently, safely, and with years of home comfort to come.
For any questions concerning heating installation:
At Imperial we strongly recommend upgrading your heating system to a high-efficiency system. Some of the benefits of a new Heating Installation in South Windsor include:
- Fuel Savings
- Electricity Savings
- Water Savings
- Repair Cost Savings
- Increased Comfort
- Less Noise
- Smart Home type Connections
- Much more!
How Do You Know When it’s Time To Upgrade?
We get this question all the time! As heating professionals with decades of experience repairing and replacing boilers, we feel it’s important to upgrade your heating system before it’s a complete loss. Just like a car, heating systems become less efficient to operate and more costly to repair the older they get. There will be people who choose to ‘drive’ their heating system until it’s completely broken down, but most people recognize the value of upgrading before that point. Boilers tend to fail in the middle of the winter; here in Connecticut, that can be dangerous for your home and family because it leads to cold nights or frozen pipes.
Generally systems 15-20 years old are outdated in today’s 21st century heating world. Technological advances in the heating industry make systems from the 80’s and 90’s obsolete. For systems installed after that, it may be time for a heating installation, depending on the type of system you, or the previous owner, installed.