Furnace Installation in Grand Rapids
Dependable & Lasting Heating Service in the Greater West Michigan Area Since 1989
As our community’s most qualified heating contractor, homeowners regularly contact us about emergency service as well as Grand Rapids furnace installation. We answer your phone call 24/7, so you’ll never have to worry about being left in the cold.
We’re equipped to address a myriad of furnace issues, like your furnace refusing to turn on or it’s blowing cold air. No matter the issue, Vander Hyde Services can be at your home quickly to provide the necessary heating repairs.
Our experienced furnace installation technicians in Grand Rapids can quickly and affordably address any challenges you may be facing.
Here are just a few of the issues we can treat in your home:
- No heat
- Furnace making noise
- New furnace quote
- Furnace tune-up
- Furnace repair
- Boiler leaking
- Furnace blowing cold air
- Furnace leaking water
- Gas leak
- CO2 alarm went off
Fixing, Maintaining & Installing New Furnaces
When it’s time to upgrade your furnace to a new energy-efficient heating and cooling system, call Vander Hyde Services. We have helped hundreds of homeowners in Grand Rapids choose the ideal central heating and air conditioning unit for their household needs and budget, and we can help you, too!
We have many different heat pumps and HVAC system options, like the Unico System, to choose from. With expert furnace installation in Grand Rapids as well as regular service, you should get many years of service from a new heating system. However, in the event you need furnace maintenance, give us a call and we’ll come out right away!
Boiler Heating Systems, Service & Maintenance
Gas-fired condensing boilers are a more economical and clean way to generate heat – significantly reducing your heating bills and your environmental footprint.
While traditional forced-air furnaces are standard for most homes, boilers provide a quieter more comfortable alternative. Boilers provide hydronic radiant heat by heating water that is circulated through copper or PEX tubing. This tubing can be read through old radiators, baseboard heaters, or hidden in walls, floors, and ceilings. If you’d rather not shovel snow next season, tubing can run under your driveway or walkway.