Yes. Our company requires that any new boiler receive PIP before being delivered for service. This allows for the installation to begin and the final buildout to begin. If you are looking for a boiler without PIP, please call (800) 426-4411.
How do you find a furnace or central heat for my new construction?
For information, click here.
Is there an electric furnace size selection sheet to review before I place my order?
The furnace selection sheet is available here. It will assist you in selecting the size of the furnace that suits your needs.
If I want a central heat and/or I have a larger budget than what my builder wants, what sort of furnace do you recommend?
Your builder can usually place you a central heat unit or the furnace that is right for your needs. Our furnace units are available in any size and the sizes can be easily divided. For instance, as shown below, you can purchase a central heat unit (2 burner) and a central heat unit (1 burner). For our larger builds we recommend the large central heat on the right side.
How many central heat units do you offer for rent?
We offer central heat and furnace rental units and have a list of rental prices on the website.
Do you have a local customer service number?
You can call us at (800) 426-4411 to reach our business manager. If you are looking to place a furnace order using our phone number, your call will be routed to a representative.
Can I order a furnace online?
We believe that it is best to order online, but many of our customers opt to order by phone to receive a professional customer service representative to help with ordering or discussing options. You can go to our website http://www.breathe-in-power.com/ for more information on ordering with a telephone.
What sort of heating costs can you calculate by heating an area of 4 ft by 4 ft?
Here is the calculation of the average air temperature of the area that will be heated.
In our experience the minimum cost for heating is about $150-$200 a year per person.
How much of the cost is the furnace installed?
About the same as a conventional home furnace (about $15-20k).
What sorts of furnaces do you offer?
We have a wide variety of furnaces (see below
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