Reasons for Considering a New Furnace Installation
When winter hits Snellville, GA, your furnace is the cornerstone of your family’s indoor comfort. Here’s how to know when and if a new furnace installation is a good idea:
Your Furnace Is Old
With proper maintenance and quality heating services, the average furnace will last around 15 years. A neglected furnace might last for 10 years if you’re lucky.
Your Heater Is Inefficient
After a certain amount of time, HVAC systems begin to lose energy efficiency. You might be seeing higher utility bills every month. Two things are certain: your existing unit will become even less efficient and a new furnace will be way more efficient than your old one.
Your Furnace Is Not Under Warranty
Chances are good that the warranty coverage on your current heater expired long ago. If your existing furnace decides to quit, repair and replacement costs will come entirely out of your pocket. A new furnace, on the other hand, can include warranties to cover your costs if something goes wrong.
You Want a Good Deal on a Heating Replacement
If you wait until your existing system gives out, you’ll have to replace it with whatever you can get. Reputable HVAC contractors offer free home comfort consultations to help you choose a new system before that happens. A good contractor will also help you to get all possible discounts and rebates.
You Don’t Want to Worry About Furnace Breakdowns Anymore
The older your furnace gets, the more likely it is to need repairs or to just stop working altogether. After a new furnace installation, you probably won’t need furnace repairs or a replacement system anytime soon.
At Zack Hammonds A/C Heating Refigeration Inc., we offer quality heating services, help with financing, and a wide variety of options for furnace installation. Call us at (770) 661-0334 to learn more.
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