Furnace Installation

Premier Furnace Installations Is Just One Of Our Specialties

At Polar Bear Mechanical, we take pride in providing top-tier HVAC services to the Colorado Springs community. No matter what HVAC problem you’re facing, our team of HVAC experts will be able to help you! From air conditioning repairs to water heater services, we’re passionate about helping our customers achieve an efficient heating and cooling system.

As a locally-owned and-operated company, we’ve spent years investing in our education and skills so that we’re able to provide you with the best HVAC services possible. So whether you want our team of HVAC experts to run a diagnostic test, carry out a repair or help you decide on equipment, we’re here for you and all of your HVAC needs.

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Deciding which type of furnace is right for your needs can be a difficult process, especially with so many different options available. HVAC systems are complex, and it’s important that every component works together seamlessly, including the furnace. The Polar Bear Mechanical team is available to help you determine which type of furnace is best for you. Among the many types of furnaces available, some options are:

Gas Furnace

Gas furnaces are the most common type of furnace. If you have or are thinking about having a gas furnace, it’s crucial to install carbon monoxide detectors because ill-maintained gas furnaces pose the risk of carbon monoxide leaks. A couple of reasons this type of furnace is so popular is because it can last up to 25 years if maintained properly, and because gas is one of the most affordable energy sources.

Oil Furnace

Oil furnaces tend to be more affordable to purchase than gas furnaces, however, oil is usually more expensive than gas and can wind up costing the user much more money. Oil furnaces require more maintenance in order to run efficiently, including removing soot from the heat exchanger and replacing the oil filter. This type of furnace is most attractive to those who live in an area with limited access to natural gas.

Electric Furnace

Although electric furnaces are one of the most expensive types of furnaces, they can save you money in the long run because they are one of the most efficient types of furnaces available. Electric furnaces are also considered one of the safest options because there’s no risk of gas leaks. If you connect your electric furnace to a solar panel, it can also be a source of renewable energy!

Wood-Burning Furnace

Wood-burning furnaces are most popular in locations where people have plenty of access to firewood. One of the biggest downfalls of a wood-burning furnace is that the fire has to continuously be tended to. Most wood-burning furnaces are a part of a combination furnace, but they can also be built to work independently.

Condensing Furnace

Condensing furnaces are a type of gas furnace that also happens to be one of the most efficient types of furnaces on the market. Most condensing furnaces utilize a high-efficiency air filtration system which helps ensure an optimal level of indoor air quality. This type of furnace can be extremely beneficial for individuals who suffer from allergies.

Furnace Installation FAQ

Most furnaces are able to run efficiently for 15 to 20 years. If it’s been over 20 years since you last installed a new furnace, then you’re probably due for a new one.
Yes! If you would like to improve your indoor air quality and enhance your HVAC efficiency, then schedule a furnace tune-up with our team of HVAC experts! If your furnace is in good condition, then a tune up can dramatically increase its efficiency.
At Polar Bear Mechanical, we understand how valuable your time is. Our skilled technicians are able to install a new furnace within a day, with the average being a few hours.
Our team highly recommends having a professional complete your furnace installation. Trying to replace or repair a component within your HVAC system without having the proper knowledge can result in dramatically damaging your entire heating and cooling system.
Your entire HVAC system works together to meet your heating and cooling needs. If one component of your system hasn’t been maintained and isn’t working properly, then your entire HVAC system will suffer. Similarly, if you replace or tune up a component, then the entire HVAC system will reap the benefits of that one part becoming more efficient.
If your furnace has required a lot of replacement parts recently and doesn’t seem to be working properly, then it’s probably time to start considering a furnace replacement. If you’re not sure whether you need a new furnace installed or not, our team can assess your furnace and discuss your options with you.


If you believe it’s time to replace your furnace or you’d like to add a furnace to your heating and cooling system, the HVAC professionals at Polar Bear Mechanical have you covered! We’ll discuss your furnace options and help you decide which type of furnace will be able to accommodate your needs the best. Become a part of the Polar Bear Mechanical family and schedule your furnace installation with us today!