Heating contractor in the Twin Cities
October 16, 2013 9:37 AM Subscribe
Who is the absolute best heating contractor in the Twin Cities?
posted by miyabo to home & garden (7 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
I have a cracked heat exchanger in my gas forced-air furnace, which apparently means I need a new furnace right away. (It's repairable, but only for $1000 or more.)
I'm pretty annoyed because the furnace is only 9 years old -- apparently this can happen if the installers don't do a great installation job and the furnace doesn't get good airflow. But there's no way to guarantee that a new installer won't make the same mistake as the last. I really do not want to replace the furnace again in a couple of years.
The only quote I have so far is for $5,300, which does seem like it's on the high side for a totally normal installation, but who knows. I'm worried sales people will try to scam me because they know winter's coming and I don't have any heat now.
So who is the absolute best heating contractor in the Twin Cities area? How do I get a good deal and know that they're doing a decent job?