There are many reasons to get a new furnace. If your furnace is old or broken, WeatherMakers has a solution for you. Our skilled technicians can perform a furnace inspection or install a new furnace quickly to ensure maximum comfort for your family.
Or maybe you’re tired of paying high utility bills? You may want to upgrade your furnace to reduce your heating costs — a new furnace can cut your energy costs by up to 30%!
Furnace Replacement and Installation
When replacing your furnace, the most important thing to choose is your installer. About half of all new HVAC systems are improperly installed, which means that they do not perform according to their stated efficiency ratings.
The to plan for and install a cooling system or heating system takes a time to learn. Always conduct careful research of your prospective HVAC installer. You may pay less up front for an amateur technician, but you could end up paying much, much more in the long run.
If you want to have a peaceful, comfortable, and happy home, do your homework and find the best HVAC contractor in your area.
3 Signs You Need to Replace Your Furnace
No furnace will last forever, but your system will have a longer lifespan if it’s cared for properly. Some furnaces do go out unexpectedly, but in many cases, there are warning signs that indicate a problem.
Constant Running: If it just can’t keep up, order an inspection so you can learn how much life is left in your furnace. You’ll be surprised how much more efficient today’s furnaces are.
Rising Heating Bills: Any significant changes in costs can indicate a problem. As your furnace ages, efficiency decreases. Compare this year’s bills to ones from a couple of years ago. Having regular tune-ups can help improve your system’s efficiency, but sometimes, the best solution is a new furnace.
Frequent Repairs: It makes sense to have your furnace repaired the first time, but the third, fourth or fifth time? If constant repairs are hurting your budget, it’s probably time to consider a replacement.
Every brand has its pros and cons. The fact is, there is no “best” brand. While most companies focus on one brand, our purchasing power allows us to work directly with many manufacturers. Our technical knowledge and systems designers understand each brand’s strong and weak points. We use our knowledge to recommend the best system for your home and make sure it is properly sized for maximum energy savings. This knowledge is passed on to you in the form of greater choice, superior warranties, and a system designed specifically for your home and comfort expectations.