While an unplanned heating emergency may let you know it’s time for a new furnace, most of the time the decision is not so clear. Age, condition, efficiency and effectiveness are all things to evaluate when wondering if it makes sense to replace a furnace. Your ClimateCare local member can help you make an evaluation based on an inspection of your current HVAC system and your own needs and lifestyle. Here are a few signs that it may be time for a heating upgrade:

  • While a well maintained furnace can last 20 to 25 years, anything over 15 years old can be considered “old age;” it’s time to start budgeting for a replacement
  • Gas and electric utility rates are ever-increasing. A new high efficiency furnace will help compensate.
  • Frequent repairs are a sign that your furnace is wearing down
  • Uneven heat throughout the house can mean the furnace is no longer efficient or effective
  • Furnaces banging and making other noises or turning on and off frequently can be a sign of serious trouble

If your furnace has one or more of these signs, then it’s time to call ClimateCare. They are a locally owned business with expertise in all things furnace related and part of Canada’s largest cooperative of independent heating and cooling contractors. Licensed technicians will complete a full evaluation of your furnace and heating system and advise you on a range of options.

ClimateCare has New Furnaces with Maintenance and Protection Plans

While no one really wants to invest in a new furnace, when your old furnace starts to go, there are many advantages to getting a new one. A high-efficiency furnace will mean lower utility bills and a more comfortable home. When it’s not an emergency decision, you have time to consider all the options carefully. Call your ClimateCare member – your local HVAC personal climate experts – to help you make a decision.

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