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Accessories and upgrades aren’t always the best option. What about when it comes to your furnace? If your current heating system is old and ineffective, is an upgrade the right choice? A new furnace is often the best choice for you and your wallet. Here’s why.
Not everything gets better with age. Your furnace, for example, only becomes less and less efficient as it gets older. Even with regular service, a heating system reaches a point where it can no longer match the efficiency of a newer unit. No matter what you do to keep it running in good condition, it simply can’t keep up and will cost you more month over month to keep it running than it would cost you to invest in a new and more efficient unit.
Don’t let the sticker price of a new heating system scare you. If you take a look at what you spend annually to run an older unit, you’ll see that a new unit will actually save you money.
New furnaces and heating systems are getting more and more advanced; and along with technical advances come greater and greater energy efficiency. You can save up to 20% on your energy costs, often more, just by installing an energy efficient unit.
An old furnace has to run longer and run more often to provide the same amount of heat as a new unit. Not only does this affect your energy use, but it also puts extra wear and tear on your furnace. It makes it harder for an old unit to provide the same consistent temperature and comfort.
If your furnace is old and weary, stop spending money to keep it running on its last legs. Talk to our team at All City Heat and Air about the accessories/upgrades that are right for you.
My experience could not have been better. I called in the morning for an afternoon appointment since I found that one of my AC units was not working properly in the morning. The technician was right on time. He quickly diagnosed the problem and quickly repaired it for a reasonable price. I would definitely recommend All City Heat and Air.read more