Furnace Installation in Kansas City
Does your home need a new furnace?
Upgrade to a more energy efficient furnace with Santa Fe Air.
We Strive To Be:
Get your new furnace installed within 24 hours of accepting the price quoted by your Comfort Advisor.
Our highly skilled and trained installation teams want to provide you with the most efficient furnace installation possible.
Up front. No surprises. Budget-friendly pricing.
How it Works
Get an arrival call.
Your personal Comfort Advisor calls when they’re on the way.
get your questions answered.
Your Comfort Advisor asks you a series of questions to understand your needs & helps you decide what type of system will fit you best.
you sign. we install.
Our Installation Coordinator contacts you to schedule your furnace installation.
What can I expect a new furnace to cost?
The cost range is between $3000.00 – $5700.00 with an average cost of $3500.00. We offer monthly specials on installations, too!
Should a mechanical permit be pulled when you replace your HVAC system?
The simple answer is YES! Mechanical Permits exist for your safety. HVAC installations involve natural gas, high voltage electricity and venting. Insist that your contractor pull a permit and have the work inspected. All cities in the Greater Kansas Area require mechanical contractors to pull a permit to replace HVAC equipment.
So why do most companies skip this process entirely?
- They must have a Business License for each city they work in to be able to pull the permit. There are a lot of cities in the KC area and each one collects a fee!
- A license requires continuing education every year. This requires time and a dedication to the trade.
- The contractor must be licensed, insured, and know the national mechanical codes to pull a permit. Permits cost money.
- A third party will inspect the job to make sure the codes were met, so there can be no cutting corners when you pull a permit.
- If/when you sell the home down the road, the building inspector will find the code infractions and you will be liable for the corrections before the house can be sold.
- Your homeowner insurance policy could require proof of a permit, should you ever have a claim.
- An improperly vented gas furnace can kill you from carbon monoxide poisoning.
- Professional contractors not only welcome inspections, they use them as a benefit for clients choosing them over the competition.
Ask yourself: who would you rather have install an HVAC system for you; a company that is willing to endanger its customer’s lives with improper installations, or Santa Fe Air Conditioning, the people who take the time to do it right?
Don’t Worry. Be Warm.
Schedule your FREE in-home estimate on a more energy efficient new furnace today!
What makes us different
The installers were very professional and explained everything
Great! Everything was completed on time and just as planned. We felt like the pricing was excellent. The installers were very professional and explained everything thoroughly and answered all of our questions. Their office staff is great as well – always very responsive and helpful. We’ve used them for general heat/ac service calls for years prior to this install as well and never had a bad experience with this company – they’ve always been very reliable.—Melissa L. Gardner KS
Provided wonderful customer service!
Ian F. And Nick O. Provided wonderful customer service! They replaced my old furnace and AC in the same day. They kept a safe work environment and my home clean. They informed me the electrical wire was out of code, explained my options and after I made my decision executed the work. They answered all my questions throughout the day and made the process very simple.—Wes S.
Bid review was very detailed, very professional, and price was very fair
Bid review was very detailed, very professional, and price was very fair. Installation went exactly as planned and everything appears to be in excellent working order. We got a newer wifi connected thermostat, and they followed up the next day to make sure that we had been able to connect it and everything was operating correctly. “- Robert K. Leawood KS