It’s unusual to think about heating up right now, but if you like a good deal, you should!
The best time of the year to buy a new furnace is today, and here’s why:
We’ll install your new furnace and stand behind the work with a warranty.
Part of our job is to help guide you to the right product for your home and family.
When you come to talk to a member of our team, we want to know about:
Lots of buyers like to stick with the brand name they’re familiar with, like Coleman, Carrier or Payne, but it’s always smart to keep an open mind. You may get a better deal on a product with all the same features just by switching to a different manufacturer. You don’t owe your previous brand anything!
The AFUE rating indicates the efficiency of your unit. Newer units take advantage of modern energy saving features, so you reduce your monthly bills and environmental impact just by upgrading. A higher AFUE rating indicates greater efficiency.
Some furnaces take advantage of built in humidifiers, which provides further energy savings in the winter and helps keep your family from getting sick (yes, dry air makes you more vulnerable to cold and flu viruses).
All you have to do is commit to a regular maintenance schedule. And by regular we mean every year.
Skipping maintenance can reduce the efficiency of your new unit by about 5% annually. Regular maintenance, on the other hand, can keep your furnace from losing more than 5% of its efficiency over the lifetime of the appliance.
It’s like maintaining your car. You probably don’t love paying for an oil change at the time, but you really dislike paying for a major repair if the car breaks down from neglect.
A small investment in annual maintenance for your new furnace will substantially limit the chance you’ll ever be stuck with a major repair.
So now you know two things: