Heater Installation And Replacement In Radnor, PA

John Cipollone, Inc has been the trusted, reliable name for heater installation and replacement in Radnor, PA since 1953. Click here or call us at (610) 446-7877.

You don’t need to wait for your old heating system to break down for good before getting that comfort — and efficiency — upgrade! 

Today’s furnaces and heaters perform better and use less energy than the systems that came out even just a decade ago. And, systems like ductless mini splits are becoming more popular alternatives to conventional HVAC. 

Here at John Cipollone, we specialize in high-performance, high-efficiency heaters, mini splits, and heat pumps from Carrier and Mitsubishi Ductless in particular. 

Thanks to our decades of five-star service on the Main Line, we know all about the different kinds of homes here - and their unique characteristics and heating needs.  Click here or call us at (610) 446-7877.

AC Repair And Air Conditioner Repair And Service: Ardmore, PA

Furnace Installation

Get the heating and comfort you need this winter with an energy-efficient, state-of-the-art furnace installation. No more cold spots or chilly bedrooms!

Furnace Repair

A small heating problem will only get worse if you ignore it. Call John Cipollone right away for furnace repair in your Radnor, PA home. Never go a night this winter without heat!

Furnace Replacement

Timing is critical when your heater stops working in the middle of the winter! With John Cipollone, we’ll handle your furnace replacement as fast as possible to keep you warm.

Furnace Installation In Radnor, PA

 Click here or call John Cipollone at (610) 446-7877 for furnace installation in Radnor, PA. We’ve served Main Line communities since 1953 and have dozens of five-star Google reviews to back up our fantastic reputation. 

Thanks to advances in technology and new government regulations surrounding efficiency, today’s heating systems do a much better job than the models that came out twenty or even ten years ago! With a new heater, you get: 

  • Better heat all winter 
  • Lower utility bills
  • Fewer repair calls
  • New warranty on equipment
  • System that lasts more than a decade

Furnace Repair In Radnor, PA

 Click here or call John Cipollone at (610) 446-7877 for furnace repair in Radnor, PA, if you notice any problems with your heating system. With our decades of experience on the Main Line, we’ll make sure your heater keeps work all winter long. 

And, the sooner you call, the better! A small problem will only get worse and more expensive over time if you let it. The warning signs that something’s wrong with your furnace include: 

  • Sudden weak air circulation
  • Strange noises or smells
  • Utility bills suddenly go up
  • Carbon monoxide detector keeps beeping 

Home Construction Types In Radnor, PA

Single Homes

As with many Main Line towns, single homes in Radnor, PA vary from old estates and mansions to classic pre-war houses, Tudors, and mid-century suburban styles along with new construction.


Even the more modern townhomes in Radnor, PA, come in a variety of sizes and styles. While they all have different heating needs, we’ll help you find the furnace that fits in your home.


Older rowhomes are not as common as townhomes or other houses in Radnor, but you’ll still find pockets of them. We always make sure to install the right-sized system for comfort.


Whether you have a townhome-style dwelling or a condo in a multi-unit building, we’ll make sure you stay warm all winter while also staying within your HOA or condo board regulations.

Local Spotlight: The Willows Park

A hidden gem for lovers of the great outdoor — and great architecture! — is The Willows Park here in Radnor, PA. It’s a 47.5-acre park surrounding an estate with a three-story mansion at the center of it. 

Here you’ll find flowing fountains, a pond, all sorts of flowers and trees — including the willow trees that give the space its name. It’s a great place to picnic, grill, fish, hike, or just enjoy the outdoors.

If You Go:

The Willows Park is part of Skunk Hollow Park. You’ll find the entrance at 490 Darby-Paoli Road. It’s not far from the Androssan Estate and the Newtown Square Historical Society & Paper Mill House Museum. The park is open to the public daily from dawn to dusk.