You are probably only in need of a good tune up without having to replace any of your equipment. Allow one of our expert service technicians to do a proper clean and check to make sure nothing further is needed and to keep your system running at peak performance.
It sounds like your system is using up the last of its life, whether with your patients and wallet, or its general purpose. Call and have one of our Home Comfort Specialist give you a free estimate to restore your comfort.
Hopefully you haven’t been living in discomfort for too long. It’s time to get rid of that old clunky thing and upgrade to one of the most efficient models on the market. Our Home Comfort Specialists are waiting for your call to guide you through the process to restoring your comfort and saving you money.
The Typical Furnace’s Life Span
The typical life span of a furnace can be anywhere from 12-20 years, even longer with proper care and upkeep. When repair costs are high, replacement begins to make more sense. Most furnaces today come with a 10 year parts warranty, guaranteeing you won’t have repair bills for that time.
- Lower Operating Costs: The greatest waste of money is in the loss of heat with expelled gases. Older furnaces can lose as much as 50% of the heat produced. With today’s new High efficiency ECM blower, electrical usage can be lowered by up to 50%. If your utility bills are through the roof, it may be time to consider an upgrade.
- Better Reliability: You don’t want to get caught with no heat at the most inopportune time. The latest technology furnaces are equipped with control boards that reduce components and improve reliability. In some cases, furnaces have self-diagnostics that can be sent to Brackett Heating and Air. It’s one less thing for you to worry about.
If you’re wondering if you should repair or replace your existing furnace, call us today, or click below to explore new equipment options.