Frequently Asked Questions - Installation
Will my Installation Require a Deposit?
Edison Heating & Cooling does require a deposit of $ 500.00 dollars
or 20% of any unfinanced balance.
When Do I Pay for My Installation?
Payment is due in full at the completion of your installation. All finance
paperwork must be completed before the installers leave your home. On
occasion your project may require multiple visits and a payment schedule
will be provided by your Comfort Advisor.
Can I Cancel My Installation?
All contracts may be cancelled according to NJ State Law within 3 business
days of the signature. All cancellations must be in writing within the
time frame required by law or all deposits will be forfeited and legal
action could be necessary for special order products or equipment staging.
Do You Install Hot Water Heaters?
Edison Heating & Cooling can install any type or size hot water heater.
Standard sizes are 40, 50 or 75 gallons. We also offer Indirect and On
Demand hot water heaters.
See Price sheet for standard models. Indirect and On Demand models require
a site visit.
Do You Install Conversion Burners on Existing Equipment?
Edison Heating & Cooling will not install a conversion burner on an
existing appliance because of unreliable operation and nuisance call backs.
When Can I get it Installed?
Most replacement systems only take one day to complete. Our installation
schedule will vary by demand but usually we can complete a next day installation
if required. A waiver of notice of cancellation is required for all next
day installations. Local zoning requirements may delay your installation
until a zoning review has been completed. This will vary from municipality
to municipality. Weather or medical emergencies are handled with immediate
response by all municipalities if necessary.
New Systems often require multiple days to complete the installation and
must go through the permit process so your schedule will be subject to
your local municipal offices response time.
Do You Install Boilers?
Edison Heating and Cooling offers a full line of both high efficiency and
standard efficiency hot water boilers for oil and gas installations. We
also feature a complete line of steam boilers for both oil and gas systems.
What Type of Systems Do You Install?
Edison Heating & Cooling will install most residential or commercial
heating & cooling systems. Our systems include oil, gas, propane and
electric. We install hot air furnaces, central air conditioning including
overhead and high velocity systems. We offer a full line of heat pumps
both ducted and ductless mini split systems. We offer water and steam
boilers and packaged heat or cooling units for rooftop or ground installation.
Do You Install Ductwork?
Edison Heating & Cooling has a complete sheet metal fabrication facility
on site for all residential and commercial duct fabrication. Ductwork
installations that are not part of a new or replacement system and will
be priced accordingly and require a site visit.
Do You Install Gas Piping?
Edison Heating & Cooling will install gas piping only as part of a
complete system or oil to gas conversion. Gas piping to appliances or
fireplaces is not something we offer.
Do You Install Standby Generators?
Edison Heating & Cooling offers a complete line of Generac Power Systems
for both limited and whole house transfer. Whole house transfer is available
only on the 22KW model. A site visit is required for pricing. Commercial
generators are available by request and a site visit is required.
Should I Replace My Furnace and Air Conditioning at the Same Time?
While you are not required to replace both pieces of equipment at the same
it is always recommended. Today’s high efficiency systems receive
all their energy ratings as a complete system. So to maximize you’re
your energy efficiency it required a match set of equipment. Often we
replace a washer and dryer at the same time because they often wear out
at the same rate. Usually in a home the air conditioner has a shorter
life span but furnace repairs often become more frequent and expensive
at the same time. People often spend money on short term repairs when
they could already be saving with a new high efficiency system. It is
also less expense to replace both pieces of equipment at the same time
because we can optimize our field labor and expenses with one visit to
your home and pass the savings along to you.