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The Peak Difference.

In the face of harsh Michigan winters, having a robust heating system is crucial for safety and comfort. Choose Peak for your furnace installation, and rest assured that our reliable heating systems can withstand the cold, providing you with a safe and cozy home throughout the winter season. Trust Peak to keep you warm and comfortable when you need it the most.

Expert Consultation

At Peak, we take great pride in our comprehensive approach to assisting our clients with their furnace needs. As part of our services, we undertake a meticulous, detailed process when we visit your property to quote a furnace. Our expert technicians begin by evaluating your home’s layout and specific needs to determine the most effective heating solutions. We prioritize energy efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and your comfort while suggesting the right furnace for your property. But we don’t just provide a one-size-fits-all solution. We offer a range of options, each tailored to fit different budgets and requirements, ensuring that you have multiple alternatives to choose from.

Installation Process

At Peak , we’ve honed an installation process that prioritizes efficiency, quality, and customer satisfaction. Our installation journey commences with a detailed review of the selected furnace option and a careful examination of the installation site to anticipate any unique requirements or potential challenges. We are mindful of your time and strive to work within a schedule that causes minimal disruption to your day. Our certified technicians then conduct the installation, adhering to all industry standards and best practices to ensure optimal performance and safety. But our job doesn’t end at the installation. We take the time to walk you through the new system, explaining its features and answering any questions you may have. Post-installation, we perform a thorough cleanup of the site, leaving your space as neat as we found it.

Long Term Peace of Mind

A standout aspect of our post-installation service is our robust 15-year warranty that covers both parts and labor. We firmly believe in the quality of our work and the products we install, and this warranty serves as your guarantee that we stand behind every installation we perform. In the rare instance of a malfunction or issue within the warranty period, our prompt and efficient service team is just a call away.


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Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time to replace my furnace?

The best time to replace a furnace is before it fails completely, to avoid being left without heat in cold weather. If you’ve noticed rising energy bills, inconsistent temperatures, frequent need for repairs, or if your furnace is over 15 years old, it’s a good idea to consider a replacement. Ideally, replacing a furnace in the spring or fall is best, as HVAC companies are often less busy during these times and you’re less likely to need the heating.

What are the signs that my furnace might need to be replaced?

Signs your furnace may need replacing include age (most last 15-20 years), rising energy bills, frequent repairs, inconsistent heating throughout your home, and unusual noises. Additionally, if your furnace is producing excess dust, soot, or rust particles, it might be failing.

How can a new furnace benefit me?

A new furnace can provide several benefits. It can enhance comfort by providing more consistent heating, reduce energy usage, and result in lower energy bills due to improved efficiency. Modern furnaces are also more environmentally friendly and often come with advanced features like programmable thermostats for greater control over your home’s heating.

Why are older furnaces more likely to produce carbon monoxide?

Older furnaces can develop cracks in the heat exchanger over time, which may lead to carbon monoxide leaks. Additionally, outdated systems may not burn fuel as efficiently as newer models, leading to incomplete combustion and the production of this hazardous gas.