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When is it time to replace a furnace?


Certain telltale signs indicate it’s time to consider replacing heating and cooling equipment, or improving the performance of your overall system. It may be time to call a professional contractor to help you make a change if:

Your heat pump or air conditioner is more than 10 years old.

Consider replacing it with a unit that has earned the ENERGY STAR label. Installed correctly, these high-efficiency units can save up to 20 percent on heating and cooling costs.

Your furnace or boiler is more than 15 years old.

Consider replacing with an ENERGY STAR qualified furnace, which is 15% more efficient than a conventional furnace. If you have a boiler, consider replacing with an ENERGY STAR qualified boiler that is 5% more efficient than a new, standard model.

Your equipment needs frequent repairs and your energy bills are going up.

Your cooling or heating equipment may have become less efficient.

No one is home for long periods of the day and you do not have a programmable thermostat.

Install a programmable thermostat or have a good contractor install one and instruct you on its use — to start saving energy and money while they’re away or sleeping.

Your home has humidity problems.

Poor equipment operation, inadequate equipment, and leaky ductwork can cause the air to be too dry in the winter or too humid in the summer.

Your home has excessive dust.

Leaky ducts can pull particles and air from attics, crawl spaces and basements and distribute them throughout your house. Sealing your ducts may be a solution.

Your heating or cooling system is noisy.

You could have an undersized duct system or a problem with the indoor coil of your cooling equipment.

  • Maintain Your Furnace and A/C Once Yearly

  • Increase A/C or Furnace Efficiency

  • Lower Energy Bills

  • Extend the Life of Air Conditioning System or Furnace

  • Ensure the Safety of your Furnace – and your Family

  • Reduce Allergies and Improve Indoor Air Quality

Heating Tune Up 20 Point Process – Furnace Tune Ups keep you safe!

Electric furnaces need maintenance to run efficiently. Gas furnaces burn fuel to produce heat. Even a small problem can lead to gas leaking into your home – or dangerous carbon monoxide levels.

  1. Inspect and tighten electrical connections
  2. Check volt/amps on meters
  3. Inspect and check safeties and controls
  4. Check for air leaks around indoor equipment
  5. Inspect indoor blower and motor
  6. Test for carbon monoxide
  7. Inspect heat exchanger
  8. Clean or replace the existing filter (provided by client)
  9. Check refrigerant (Heat Pump Only)
  10. Inspect pilot assembly
  11. Check for obvious refrigerant leaks
  12. Inspect indoor coil
  13. Clean outdoor coil (Heat Pump Only)
  14. Inspect and adjust the burner if needed
  15. Inspect and test gas valve
  16. Inspect flue for cracks and obstructions
  17. Check operation and condition of compressor (Heat Pump Only)
  18. Check operation of the thermostat
  19. Inspect ductwork
  20. Inform customer of findings and recommendations
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