Should I Repair or Replace My Furnace?
While it’s hard to tell exactly when you’ll need a new furnace, there are several signs that mean your current one is wearing out.
Furnaces typically last 12–17 years. If yours has passed the 15-year mark, there’s an increased chance of it failing. You should start planning for replacement now before an expensive problem occurs.
If you’re repairing your furnace more often than you’re using it, that probably means it’s time to get a new one. Consider HVAC replacement if you’re frequently calling us for repairs or if you’ve spent half the cost of a new system.
Increased Energy Bills
Older models are much less efficient than newer systems. If you haven’t been regularly maintaining yours, you could be losing even more efficiency and facing higher energy costs. All of our installations include a free, one-year Diamond 360 Protection Plan. This HVAC maintenance plan gets your new system off to a fantastic start.
An aging system may struggle to keep up with heating your home evenly. As a result, some rooms may be hotter or colder than others.