Heating – Chesterfield Service


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You shouldn’t have to worry about inadequate heating in your own Chesterfield home. Instead of putting off new heating replacement and installation, repairs, or routine maintenance, be sure to reach out to Chesterfield Service—your go-to company for all your heating needs.

Our heating services in Chesterfield, Missouri are, simply put, the best around. Take a look at some of the two thousand local reviews we’ve collected from tons of our satisfied customers. They’ll tell you why they call Chesterfield Service for all their HVAC service needs. We understand each home is different with unique needs, and we can recommend the heating equipment and products that will work just right for your specific home and budget.

Heating Services in Chesterfield, Mo

You can depend on our heating and cooling professionals to provide you with an exceptional range of services including, furnaces, heat pumps and boilers.

Whichever type of heating system you need to have installed, repaired, or maintained, our Chesterfield Service professionals can get the job done right! We strive to provide excellent service to all of our customers in the Chesterfield area. Our experienced team will take the time to explain the benefits of each of the different heating systems we offer, and we can recommend the best new system to address all of the specific needs for your Chesterfield, Mo home.

Heating Installation or Replacement

Are you building a new home, or looking to replace your current HVAC system? Chesterfield Service is here to help you with installation services and we have the HVAC design experience to get the job done right. Let’s talk about which kind of new system would work best for your home.

  • Boilers – while they might seem old-fashioned, recent upgrades to boiler technology have proven that this heating system is efficient and reliable. Radiant floor heating and radiators keep your home comfortable with warm water or steam. Some boilers even double as water heaters.
  • Furnaces – a tried and true heating system, furnaces are a responsive and powerful heating appliance. Talk to us about our furnace installation services and how we can find a new furnace that is the perfect size for your home.
  • Heat Pumps – if you’re looking for an energy-efficient way to heat and cool your home, then heat pumps could be exactly what you’re looking for. This HVAC system relies on the air outside for heating and cooling.
  • Geothermal Heating – Another energy-efficient HVAC system, but uniquely this system uses the constant temperature of the earth as its heating and cooling source.
  • Ductless Mini Splits – Mini splits are great for finished basements, attics, or additions where there is no ductwork. These ductless systems can heat the air in the room and redistribute it without making a lot of noise. You can set up multiple mini splits in your home that can be controlled by their own individual thermostats.
  • Zone Controlled Systems – Does it feel like you’re wasting energy by heating unoccupied rooms? A zone-controlled system can prevent heat loss, increase indoor air quality, and help you save energy by closing off airways to unused rooms.
  • Commercial Services – Don’t forget that Chesterfield Service also helps with businesses needs all around the Chesterfield, Mo area. We’ve got the HVAC equipment and expertise to tackle any sized job. Call us to schedule your business’s heating services too.

It’s important to find an HVAC installation company that you can trust to install your new HVAC system correctly. Let our professionals step in to show you the most innovative heating and cooling equipment so you can experience comfort like never before.

Heating Repairs

For all heating repair services, there is no greater company to help resolve the issue than our team here at Chesterfield Service experts. Many people worry that once they call for HVAC services, they’ll be hit with a hefty bill, or find out they need their HVAC system replaced. That’s not often the case. In fact, repair services often save you money on heating bills in the long run. When we look at your HVAC system, we make sure that we don’t leave until it’s running at peak efficiency.

Chesterfield Service will perform an extensive evaluation of your heating equipment and go over the various courses of action to take to ensure you will have a fully operational heating system again. Don’t suffer without heat for long. We provide prompt service to your HVAC systems and walk you through what heating repair needs to happen to get your heat working again. Whether you have a furnace, heat pump, boiler, or geothermal system, a service call to Chesterfield Service will make your home cozy and comfortable again.

Heating Maintenance

It’s a good idea to make it a habit to schedule routine maintenance every year in the fall before you start relying on your system for heat for the winter. A fall tune up will have your HVAC systems running optimally and efficiently so you’ll have regular heating bills all winter long. We’ll clean your system, change your air filters, and look out for any small HVAC problems, so we can fix them before they become bigger problems.

If you don’t think you can remember to schedule an annual HVAC service appointment, Chesterfield Service offers a great service plan maintenance plan. Your system can remain in great shape throughout the entire year—and you can reduce the risk of a complete breakdown when you need heat the most! When you sign our maintenance agreement, you’ll get priority service, discounted repairs and diagnostic calls, and automatic reminders when your HVAC needs regular maintenance. We offer a multiple system discount and can provide the maintenance you need on your furnace, heat pump, boiler, or geothermal system. Learn more about our maintenance program today!

Inflation Reduction Act – What Does it Mean?

Residential Programs Benefitting U.S. Homeowners

High Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Program (HEEHRP)

  • Allocates $4.5 billion in grants to states and tribal governments for home
    energy improvement projects including point-of-sale heat pump rebates.
  • 10-year program, administered through State Energy Offices, likely to start

    • Parameters of state-administered programs may vary.
  • Single-home maximum cost offset is $14,000.
  • Caps on rebates per qualified equipment type:
    • $8,000 for a heat pump.
    • $1,750 for a heat pump water heater.
    • $1,600 for insulation, air sealing, and ventilation.
    • $2,500 for electric wiring.
    • $4,000 for an electric load service center upgrade.
    • $840 for a stove, cooktop, range, oven, or heat pump clothes dryer.
  • Up to a $500 rebate is available for contractors per heat pump installation.
  • ENERGY STAR? will be the criteria to qualify heat pump systems.
  • Designed to support low-to-moderate income (LMI) households.
  • For more information on Federal Tax Credits regarding furnaces, visit Bryant’s website.