Out with the old, in with the new (and more efficient).
Sure, you may not want to replace your furnace because of the potential costs, but keeping an old or worn furnace can do more harm than good while costing more to run.
Old furnaces won’t heat buildings or homes as well as they used to, making you spend more money on heating bills.
They can also be dangerous as they begin to age. Clogged filters can ignite, carbon monoxide can be omitted at unsafe levels, and old components can stop the furnace from working, giving you a headache that we can easily prevent for you.
Look at a new furnace as an investment. It’s a fresh start. You can say goodbye to heating problems and the stress that an old furnace brings. You can relax while looking forward to improved efficiency and fewer repairs.
Are You Experiencing Issues With Your Furnace?
You may be due for a furnace replacement if:
- Your furnace is 18-20 years old, which is approximately the age they last before a replacement is needed. Whether or not it has been professionally maintained will affect this.
- You’ve notice heating bills increasing, yet the use of your furnace has been unchanged. This is common as it will lose its power and efficiency, requiring it to work harder to produce heat, and increases how much you spend every month.
- There are unusual sounds coming from the furnace or heat cycles stop at random.
Furnace Repair, Installation, and Replacement in San Jose
For the ultimate warmth during cold months, installing a furnace in your indoor space is your best bet. If you have one that doesn’t function as efficiently as you want, call us right away. We’re available both night and day to ensure your home or business receives the warm it deserves.
Having your furnace replaced shouldn’t be difficult. Work with a company that has your best interests in mind, and enjoy the cost savings of a new furnace today.
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