Time for a new furnace

Despite being conscientious about filter replacements and yearly maintenance, my furnace has started showing signs that it needs to be replaced. I know better than to procrastinate. Getting a new heater installed without delay will help to avoid a sudden breakdown in the middle of winter and being left without heat. The temperature in my local area frequently falls below zero, and the windchill makes it feel even colder. We can get feet of snow overnight and experience white-outs. I don’t want to be in a rush to get a new furnace installed during a blizzard. Our furnace was already in place when we moved in. Until recently,I wasn’t sure of the age of the heating system. I located the serial number and found out that the unit is over fifteen years old. For the last couple of years, I’ve paid for a minor repair every winter. The cost of replacement parts and labor add up quickly. It’s better to devote that money toward the price of a new heating system. Plus,I’ve noticed that some rooms of the house feel hot and stuffy while others are always chilly. The inconsistent temperature is a sign of a deteriorating furnace. My heating bills have gotten higher every month. This is because the furnace needs to work harder and run longer to meet the thermostat setting. It’s using a lot more energy. I’ve already called a local HVAC contractor and scheduled a free estimate. I’ve been researching the latest advances in furnaces, including adaptable-speed technology. Modern furnaces achieve up to 98% AFUE ratings.



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