Choosing the right furnace replacement.

Whether your furnace is beyond repair or you’re looking to upgrade, we’ll make sure your home’s warm and your budget’s comfortable

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Tetra installs three kinds of furnaces

Oil Furnaces

Oil furnaces are common in areas that have limited access to natural gas. Oil furnaces require heating oil, which is stored in a tank on your home’s property. Your monthly oil furnace cost will rise and fall depending on the price of oil. However, a number of oil furnace models are able to burn a blend of heating oil and biodiesel, which is cleaner than pure heating oil. Because biodiesel also lubricates your oil furnace system, a furnace fueled by biodiesel may have lower service costs.

Natural Gas Furnace vs Propane Furnace

The natural gas furnace cost and the cost of a propane furnace are comparable in terms of energy efficiency, safety, and environmental footprint. When compared unit for unit, propane is twice as efficient as natural gas. This means you can use half as much propane to do the same job as natural gas. That being said, the cost of a propane furnace is slightly higher than a natural gas furnace. Making the choice between two fuels is a matter of personal preference.

Gas Furnaces

A gas furnace heats your home by burning natural gas or propane. The flames heat up a metal heat exchanger, which transfers its heat to incoming air. The gas furnace’s blower forces the heated air into your home’s ductwork and distributes it throughout your home. As the warm air fills your home, cooler air is drawn back into the gas furnace via return ducts, and the process begins again.

What will my new furnace cost?

The average new furnace cost varies depending on the model, efficiency rating, and other factors. Tetra’s experts are ready to talk you through our available gas furnaces and oil furnaces, and help you choose the best furnace for your home.

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Benefits of a new system

A healthier home

Upgrading your ac means better air quality. New air conditioning units have top-rate filters that rid your home of airborne dust particles, bacteria, fungi, and microbes.

Peace and quiet

Older air conditioners can be noisy, especially when their fans start to wear and tear. New ac technology is quieter than ever—comparable to the sound of your refrigerator.

Consistent comfort

As your air conditioner ages, you'll start to notice temperature fluctuations or increased humidity. A newer system cools your home evenly so it's always comfortable.

“I had a ductless mini split installed.  Very professional, responsive, excellent quality, and exceptional price.  Half the costs of all other bids I got for the job.”
Jack O.
Springfield, MA
"The team was flawless in our installation process from start to finish. The best decision my husband and I have made in home improvement. Don't wait, call them today!"
Jack O.
Springfield, MA

Everything is included.

We won’t surprise you with hidden fees. Your proposal includes your new system, parts, materials, labor, electrical, safe disposal of the old system, permits, taxes, and fees.

Signs it’s time to upgrade

Your furnace is more than 10 years old

Older furnaces are more likely to have issues and they cost more to run. Plus, technology has improved dramatically in the past 10 years.

You see an increase in your energy bill

When your gas furnace or oil furnace is not working efficiently, it uses more energy than normal, and costs more to run.

Your furnace is noisier than before

Strange noises usually mean you need a repair. If your furnace is on the older side, consider a replacement rather than another fix.

Your furnace flames are yellowr

A new high-efficiency furnace will always produce a clean blue flame to heat your home. If the flames coming from the burners are yellow, your old furnace is producing carbon monoxide, or it’s a sign of a dangerous gas leak that needs to be repaired right away.

Save thousands when you upgrade

High-efficiency appliances can make your home more comfortable and significantly reduce your energy bills. If you're upgrading to a high-efficiency appliance, incentive programs, like Mass Save, offer rebates to make the cost more manageable.

Tetra gets you available rebates before installation day for a huge upfront discount. No paperwork, no waiting, no fuss.

Here’s a breakdown of the rebates available to you through Mass Save®

Product

Amount

Gas Heating

Up to $2,750 for heating

Oil Heating

Up to $800 for heating

Smart & Programmable Thermostats

Up to $100 or price-discount and no-cost installation*

Always the lowest price

We guarantee you won't find a lower price for your furnace replacement. We skip sales fees and commission, and pass the savings onto you. We're so confident in our prices that if you find a lower quote, we'll beat it by $300.

Efficiency equals savings

Upgrading to a more efficient furnace can have a big impact on your monthly energy bill. Homeowners who replace their furnaces with energy-efficient models report energy cost savings of 25% or higher.

Save money & the planet

Making small changes to your home heating can have a big impact on climate change. When you replace your older furnace with a newer, energy-efficient model, it's almost as effective as giving up your car!

Frequently asked questions

When will you install my system?

We can install your system as soon as 7 days after you put down your deposit.

Who is doing the installation?

One of Tetra's fully vetted, top-quality installers will handle the job. We only work with the best local pros.

Will I be charged extra if something unexpected happens on installation day?

No. Our pricing is firm. We’ll confirm the cost of your project after your walkthrough and there will be no changes in price after that point—no matter what happens on installation day.

How does the warranty work? If there are any issues, who do I call? Does Tetra fix it? What’s covered?

Your warranty kicks in as soon as your system is installed. Please note, your warranty is through the manufacturer of your system, not through Tetra. Coverage varies depending on the manufacturer, so you’ll need to check your specific warranty to see what’s covered. You don’t have to pay for anything that’s covered under your warranty.

Many warranties require things like online registration or proof of annual maintenance, so it’s smart to check the details of your warranty right away. If you ever have issues with your system or questions about your warranty, please give us a call at (413) 930-4281.

You haven’t been to my house. How do you know what I need?

We can make specific recommendations based on the information you provided and our experience installing hundreds of systems. Plus, the pre-installation walkthrough gives us an opportunity to confirm the recommendation.

How much does it cost to run the system on a monthly basis?

Monthly costs vary based on usage, the number of people in your household, and other factors. However, homeowners who install energy-efficient appliances report energy cost savings of 25% or higher.