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Trusted Installers

We are a local, licensed and insured full service Furnace Replacement contractor, and we background check everyone who will come to your home.

Flexible Financing

We offer a wide range of flexible financing options, including Same-As-Cash, 6.99% Fixed APR for 5 years and HERO program with no money down.

Peace of Mind

We back all our heating and cooling replacements with a 1-year warranty, and manufacturer warranties are included with all the HVAC products and systems we offer.

Furnace Replacement

We specialize in installation of new and replacement of existing furnaces of all major brands and models. All our furnace replacements are covered by our warranty. Call us today for a free furnace replacement or furnace installation estimate. Let our heating specialists help you reduce your heating costs and choose the right furnace for you. Our years of experience, many satisfied customers in Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley, and our Best Price Guarantee* is your assurance that we can help you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I repair or replace my furnace?

If your existing furnace is older than 15 years, has been suffering from frequent costly repairs, or you have high utility consider replacement. A new furnace is a lot more efficient and can considerably lower your heating bills. Learn more...

What are some options to consider when replacing my furnace?

Most systems have a lifetime of 10 to 20 years. As your equipment gets older, its efficiency can decrease dramatically. You may notice that it gets noisier and needs repairs more often. When a unit begins to show its age, you have two choices: overhaul the system or replace it. Because heating and air conditioning technology improves over time, a unit designed with newer, more energy-efficient equipment makes sense, especially if your system is 10 or more years old. Learn more...

What is the difference between a gas furnace and heat pump?

A furnace uses gas or other fuel to cause a combustion that heats the air. The heated air is then dispersed throughout your home by an electric fan. On the other hand, a heat pump A heat pump works by pulling heat from the air outside and transferring into the air in your home. A heat pump does not use gas or electricity to generate heat. It only uses electricity to run the fans that move the air. Learn more...

When should I schedule furnace maintenance?

At the start of cooler weather call us to schedule maintenance of your furnace. Routine maintenance allows you to fix any minor issues before they lead to a complete breakdown of your system when you need it the most. At the very least change your filters once every 3 months to improve efficiency and reduce strain on your furnace. Learn more...

See what our customers are saying

I was extremely pleased with the service provided by this company. I was able to get a timely appointment. I received text confirmations and the service provider arrived on time. All services advertised were provided. The serviceman was competent and polite. I would definitely recommend using this company.

Review by Paula T.

Showed up right on time and did great work quickly and with no mess. Took the extra time to explain the changes to me and help me figure out how to work the new system. Couldn't be happier!

Review by Sarah S.

They get 5 stars for promptness, cleanliness, expertise, niceness, friendliness etc. We are very happy with their service and have already referred them to friends! Jun was so nice and we love our nest thermostats! I would give them more stars if I could!

Review by Pamela K.

Helpful Resources

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Spring HVAC Maintenance Tips to Get Your System Ready For Summer

The more care you give your HVAC system the longer it will likely last.The following are spring HVAC Maintenance tips to get your system ready for summer.

Carbon Monoxide and Your Furnace

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless and odorless gas created from a natural gas furnace by incomplete combustion. When CO levels become concentrated in small spaces it can become dangerous. Learn what signs to watch out for and how you can prevent a gas furnace carbon monoxide leak.

Coronavirus and Other Contaminants: How To Improve Indoor Air Quality

LA Construction Heating and Air understands HVAC plays an important role in improving the indoor air quality of your home and business in fighting illnesses and viruses. To assist in minimizing the impact Covid-19 may have in our community we are here to answer your questions regarding air quality solutions.

How To Troubleshoot Your Home Furnace

If your furnace is not heating or not turning on at all read below to learn more about how to troubleshoot your home furnace. These common scenarios can help you determine if it is a problem you can fix yourself or if you need to call a professional.

What Does HVAC Stand For? What Are The Different HVAC System Types?

The acronym HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning. In other words, HVAC equipment includes heating, ventilating and cooling or air conditioning equipment. It is an integrated system with the ability to carry out these various functions and most often than not be able to be

New Ultra Low NOx Gas Furnace Requirements

New Ultra Low NOx HVAC Requirements have been put in place in California in an effort to combat health and environmental issues created by NOx. The goal is to lower greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2030 by regulating the nitrous oxide (NOx) emitted by residential gas furnaces.

We Install and Service All Major Makes and Models