When the time comes for a new heater, you’ll have some important decisions to make. What type of system will you have installed? When should you have it done, and who should do the work? On that last point, the answer is easy—reach out to Big Bear Air for help. With years of experience providing expert heater installation in Frisco, TX and the surrounding areas, you’ll be impressed with our service from start to finish. Call today to learn more!


Here are a few potential reasons to install a new heating system:

  • Your old system has broken down. If your old heating system is no longer working, the time may be right for a new heater. You could always pursue a repair for the old system, but that may not be cost-effective if the system is more than a decade old.
  • Your energy bills are rising. Are you spending a lot of money during the winter on energy? If your utility bills are bigger than they used to be, the efficiency of your system may be to blame. Having the old system replaced will start to pay for itself each month when you see lower bills coming in.
  • Performance is lacking. If some areas of your home just refuse to warm up even when the heater is running constantly, a replacement could be in order. New systems are more efficient and effective than older models, so you may be able to greatly increase the overall comfort of your home.


Your new heater could come in many different forms. There are three primary possibilities that you’ll want to consider, and each comes with some pros and cons:

Gas furnace

As the name suggests, natural gas is the power source of this type of heater. Gas furnaces typically offer lower operating costs than other types of heating systems, but the unit itself may not offer as long of a lifespan as the alternatives.

Electric heater

This is basically the opposite of what you get with the gas furnace. You will typically pay more for energy when heating with electricity, yet the equipment can provide you with a longer lifespan and minimal maintenance.

Heat pump

To go in a different direction, you could opt for a heat pump. The big advantage here is that a heat pump can be used to cool your home in the summer months as well as warming it in the winter. Upfront costs tend to be higher compared to gas furnaces and electric heaters, and more maintenance may be needed along the way.

Not sure which option is right for your home? No problem. Simply contact Big Bear Air today, and our experienced team will be happy to help.


When winter approaches, Big Bear Air starts to book up with appointments for heater service, repair, and installation projects. To make sure this job is finished up before the weather turns cold, reach out today to make your appointment. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have before booking the job. Thank you for visiting Big Bear Air!

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