One thing that might make you wonder if it’s time for a new furnace is if your current one breaks down. But replacement shouldn’t necessarily be your first move. If your furnace is only a few years old and this is the first time it’s had a problem, repairing your furnace is probably a better choice. But if it’s older and isn’t running as well as it could, then watch for some of these signs that repair is no longer the right call.
If you’ve been told you’re in need of a fairly costly heating system repair, it can be hard to know when is the correct time to replace a furnace instead of spending money to fix an old system. To help you make a smart decision that aligns with your budget and surrounding client, we have compiled a list of signs you need to invest in a new energy-efficient furnace.
Cold weather is right around the corner, and that means one thing: it’s time for your furnace to kick it into overdrive. If you haven’t checked your system since spring, it’s time to get your furnace ready for upcoming weather changes. An inefficient furnace can leave you with cold spots and a high energy bill, so be sure to prepare your furnace for fall and winter with these easy tips.