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Home Heating Systems & Service

Wm. Henderson Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Inc. provides heating installation, replacement, maintenance and repair services for The Main Line, Chester County and Delaware County, PA. Call us if you want your new heater installed by a qualified and experienced professional who will get the job done right. We can also ensure that your heating system will run smoothly for years to come with routine maintenance.

Here are some of the heating services we offer:

We offer 0% financing on heating installations for up to 60 months! Click here to learn more.

Emergency Heating Repair

Heating HelpWe understand that you don’t want to worry about your heating system breaking down in the middle of winter. For our commercial customers, we know that any downtime at a business is costly, and they can put time constraints on your company. Wm. Henderson Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Inc. is committed to providing you courteous and timely emergency repairs for residences and commercial businesses.

In addition to making the necessary repairs, we will run your system through a complete and thorough checkup to make sure that it is operating efficiently and safely. Call us for all your residential and commercial emergency heating repair needs.

Never Underestimate the Importance of Heating Maintenance

Ask any professional HVAC technician what you can do to keep your system in the best working condition possible, and he or she will doubtless tell you to schedule routine maintenance. If you are hoping to live comfortably throughout the coldest time of the year, then you absolutely must schedule professional heating maintenance with a skilled and trained heating technician. Having your system tuned–up on an annual basis ensures that it functions at peak performance and efficiency levels.

When to Consider a Heating Replacement

While it’s perfectly natural to want to push your heating system to the brink, the fact of the matter is that you really don’t want to wait for the system to break down entirely before scheduling a heating replacement. This is most likely to happen when the system is working its hardest, after all, and that could mean that you’ll wind up in a very cold, uncomfortable environment while you wait for a replacement to be completed. If your system is past its expected lifespan, costs too much to operate, or requires frequent repair services, then you may want to start thinking about your replacement options.

Heating System Installation Services

Heating HelpDon’t go through another long, cold winter without checking into the benefits of a high–efficiency heating system. Today’s heating equipment will save you money in energy savings, especially if your furnace or boiler was manufactured before the 1980’s. Most likely, you’re not getting your money’s worth for the dollars you spend to heat your Broomall home.

In fact, new EPA and state regulations require manufacturers to meet strict standards when developing furnaces, boilers, and other heating systems. For instance, since 1980 all gas valves have to be double seated. This means that each chamber must fire and prove itself before the primary gas valve will be turned on. Spark ignition, hot surface ignition, and other ways to light the gas valve are now safer and more efficient in operation. Heat exchangers are built to last longer and operate more efficiently. Control systems use the latest technology to operate the HVAC systems manufactured today.

Investing in a High–Efficiency Heating System

When you invest in a high–efficiency heating system, you are probably looking for the greatest return on your investment. This does not mean that you should buy the least expensive product or system on the market. In fact, if you spend a little bit more now on the energy efficient system, it is often more economical in the long run because your investment will pay for itself in energy savings.

One of the best ways to analyze the costs of replacing your old unit is the payback method. Divide the total cost of the product by the estimated yearly energy savings. This will give you the payback period. Today’s equipment will pay for itself in anywhere from 6–10 years. The normal lifespan is more than 20 years.

If you want quality service at great prices, call Wm. Henderson Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Inc. for all your Havertown and Springfield, PA heating needs!

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