NEW OR REPLACEMENT
If your heating unit isn’t keeping your home warm or operating as efficiently as it used to, it may be time to schedule a replacement.With Indoor Air Quality Medics Heating & Air Conditioning, replacing your old furnace, boiler, or heat pump has never been easier! IAQ Medics have been repairing, replacing and installing heating units throughout Ashburn, Alexandria, Leesburg, Fairfax, Woodbridge, and Northern Virginia, for more than 15 years.
Subtle signs it’s time to replace your heating system:
Furnace Alert: If your burner flame is yellow instead of blue – this could mean your furnace is expelling carbon monoxide. If this happens, shut off the unit, call 911, and exit the house immediately. And contact IAQ Medics to inspect the unit before turning it back on. When it’s time to replace your furnace, boiler, or heat pump heating system, we’ll perform a thorough onsite evaluation to recommend the right equipment for your home and your budget.
Schedule an evaluation with a IAQ Medics licensed technician to assess if you need a new unit for your home. If you do, our expert technicians can determine the appropriate equipment to fit your home and your comfort needs. Check out our easy financing options through our partners at Upstart. Then relax - the IAQ Medics team is here to answer all your questions and get your new unit installed correctly, the first time.
Indoor Air Quality Medics Heating & Air Conditioning is licensed, bonded and fully insured. We pride ourselves on our experience, integrity, workmanship and, most importantly, our customer service. When you choose IAQ Medics, you know you’ll always get straightforward advice, fair pricing, & solutions that are in your best interest. We guarantee our work, and we’re committed to “doing it right the first time”.
Have you noticed some rooms in your home are the perfect temperature, while others are too hot or too cold? Consider installing zoning systems.
Zoning systems add dampers in your air ducts to direct the flow of warm and cool air and use several thermostats inside your home to measure and control the temperature. By cooling and heating specific areas of your home based on usage and preference, you get more comfort control; and it’s a great way to reduce your power bills.
Your furnace has been sleeping all summer – 6 steps to take before you turn it on.
When your furnace fails to engage for some reason, it turns off. Since the thermostat still senses the room is too cold, it sends another message to the blower and the on / off cycle begins
Home air quality isn’t just for comfort – the effects on your health may surprise you.