Nothing lasts forever, including your furnace. Heating and air unit components eventually break down and these hard-working units gradually lose their efficiency over time. All of us want the most value from any purchase, but if you wait too long, you’ll pay more money on repairs and high utility bills than you would financing new, energy-efficient equipment.
Is it time?
- Higher utility bills. Compare the home heating costs you paid this winter with your bills from the last few years. A steady increase in costs may be consistent with the loss of efficiency that occurs during the last few years of a furnace’s lifespan.
- Less heat. When your furnace just can’t pump out the warm air like it used to, the only way to get that warmth back may be to upgrade.
- Age. A good replacement interval for most furnaces is about 10 to 15 years. Some may continue to function longer, but the cost of operation may make replacement a smart decision.
A furnace upgrade may be a smarter decision
The warranties that typically come with new HVAC units cover the cost of certain repairs or even maintenance during the first few years. So in addition to the savings on operating costs, by keeping your unit in shape with regular tune-ups, you can rest assured that your unit will maximize its efficiency and lifespan.
Le us help you select the best unit for your home. Call us for a no-obligation consultation today.
Life’s Short, Be Comfortable!