Furnace Replacement

Furnace Replacement

First Choice Appliance Repair & HVAC will help you stay warm and cozy this winter by ensuring that the heating system is working properly. We install and repair all major heating system brands. We promise full repair with warranty guarantees. All of our services performed by licensed and certified technicians. Our technicians are well trained and have an extensive knowledge in their area of specialties. We know you want to stay warm this winter, let First Choice Appliance Repair & HVAC help.

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We know you have a choice when it comes to heating system service in your home or business, but not all HVAC companies are created equal.

♦ Untrained personnel can make costly mistakes.

♦ Cooling and heating systems that are installed incorrectly can mean pricey energy bills.

♦ First Choice Appliance Repair & HVAC will ensure none of these problems happen.

Replacing your furnace can be expensive, but at some point constant repairs and breakdowns are no longer manageable or cost effective. The good news is a new furnace will be significantly more efficient. A better performing furnace results in lower heating bills and a more comfortable home. Plus, you will remove the anxiety of an old, unreliable furnace. At First Choice Appliance Repair & HVAC, we know replacing your heating system can be expensive. This article will discuss when to replace your furnace and why.

Life Expectancy

Most manufactures ensure their furnace with a life expectancy. In fact, many companies offer a warranty if your furnace breaks down within the first several years of ownership. According to Bank of America and the National Association of Homebuilders, most furnaces last 15 to 20 years. However, furnaces are rarely (if ever) under warranty for their full life expectancy. As a general rule, First Choice Appliance Repair & HVAC recommends replacing your furnace after it reached three-quarters of its life expectancy.

For example, if your furnace is 15 years old a new replacement is inevitable. It will likely cost more to put off replacing your furnace. Bite the bullet and purchase a new furnace with First Choice Appliance Repair & HVAC.

Get a Second Opinion

If your furnace is relatively new, but in need of constant repairs its worth getting a second opinion. It will take more time, but call multiple furnace repair companies for their insight. Many companies will offer a free quote and general assessment. Take time to gain several professional opinions to make an informed decision.  Our trained and certified technicians, at First Choice Appliance Repair & HVAC, will be happy to work with you. We can help you find solutions to your furnace that may not be readily apparent.

Are you moving?

If you are рlаnnіng tо ѕtау іn your home fоr thе next ѕеvеrаl years, you mау wаnt tо gо ahead and replace your furnace. You are investing into уоur hоme’s future. On thе оthеr hаnd, іf you plan on moving in the next year, a temporary fix may suffice.  Your dесіѕіоn nееdѕ tо bе bаѕеd оn whаt is bеѕt fоr you аnd your budget. In ѕоmе саѕеѕ, even іf уоu аrе gоіng tо bе moving soon, a rерlасеmеnt may bе nесеѕѕаrу tо maintain thе vаluе оf the hоmе.

Reduce Your Needs

If replacing your furnace is simply not financially feasible, find alternative ways to heat your home. Work on reducing your heating needs by adding insulation to your home. Insulation can be inexpensive or on the more expensive side ($500 to $5,000). Still, adding an insulation to your home can cut your heating by 5% to 25%. It is certainly something to consider.

You can also invest in electric heaters, blankets, and wear layers. While these options are not nearly as effective as added insulation or a new furnace, they will keep you warm. These alternative solutions can work while you save to replace your furnace. 

Deciding on whether to repair or rерlace your furnace is nоt an easy decision, but First Choice Appliance Repair & HVAC is here to help. Give us a call at: 571-327-8802. Our customer service team will be happy to answer all of your questions.

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