The quality of your home’s furnace can make or break your winter. If your furnace is too old or poor quality, it could be costing you. But just like any other appliance, even the most trusty and sturdy of furnaces will eventually break down and require repairs. In some cases when the furnace is particularly old or rundown, the more repairs it needs, the less cost effective those repairs become. That’s when you know it’s time to contact the heating experts at Neighborhood and GET A FREE QUOTE.
Whether you need a new furnace installation or thinking about replacing an old one – our certified heating technicians will work with you to assess your current situation and make recommendations for the best furnace or heating unit for your home.
Furnace Age: The lifespan of an average furnace is around 10-20 years. If yours falls within that range, or is even older, you might want to consider installing a new furnace before a major problem occurs.
Never-ending Repair Work: As a furnace gets older, consistently repairing it can be expensive. Instead of spending more money on repairs on an inefficient and old furnace, it might be more cost effective to get a new one.
High Utility Bills: Higher than usual gas and electric bills are usually a good indicator that it’s time for a new furnace. As furnaces age, they lose efficiency which means they are working overtime, but generating less heat than ever.
Low Utility Bills: Modern energy efficient furnaces can help you reduce your winter utility bills by up to 40%. These furnaces also cycle on and off less often, resulting in you and your family enjoying steadier warmth at a lower cost.
Smart Thermostats: Newer furnaces are compatible with smart thermostats which give you unparalleled control over your in-home temperature.
Clean Air: With sealed combustion furnaces, you’ll be able to enjoy vastly improved indoor air quality.
Very Little Noise: New furnaces operate much more quietly than their noisy ancestors.