Furnace Installation

Furnace Installation in St. Louis or St. Charles County

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If your system is old or needing constant repairs, it may be time for replacement. At Goldkamp Heating and Cooling we understand the importance of a safe and reliable heating system. Get ahead of the headaches of constant winter breakdowns and have a comfort specialist help fit your home with the perfect heating system.

Goldkamp Heating and Cooling is family owned and operated since 1999. We are a certified Trane dealer that installs gas furnaces, electric furnaces, heat pumps, and mini-splits. Goldkamp Heating understands that replacing your heating system is a big financial decision and the importance of having financial options to choose from. Ask your comfort specialists about our 0% financing. Many heaters qualify for rebates and tax credits that can assist you with purchasing your new heater. Replacing your old heater with a new energy efficient system often can pay for itself with its lower utilities. Call for a free estimate today!

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Signs it’s time to replace my heater

  1. Constant break downs
  2. High energy bills
  3. Your Heater is over 15 years old
  4. Longer than usual heating cycles

Gas Heat, Electric Heat, Heat Pumps

Gas Furnace

Gas heat is the most common type of heat in the St. Louis area. It’s also one of the cheaper ways to heat your house, with furnaces getting up to 98% efficient. Gas furnaces use forced air to disperse heat throughout your house. Most high efficiency gas furnaces qualify for rebates making them very popular. Schedule your estimate today.

Electric Heater

Electric heat uses heating elements inside the air handler and forced air to push heat throughout the house. Electric heat is a popular way to heat your home and does well on colder days. It is a very efficient but tends to be more expensive than gas heat due to the price of electricity. Often times electric heat is paired with heat pumps to offset the high costs to run electric heat.

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are becoming increasingly more popular in the St. Louis area. They are cheaper than electric heat and very efficient. Most qualify for rebates which help to offset the higher costs of installing. Heat pumps perform both your heating and cooling duties and are installed outside. They do struggle in extremely cold conditions and often pair with “emergency heat” inside to help on those cold days.