An aging and worn out furnace is a serious draw on your home’s energy and efficiency. Over the years, you may invest in furnace repair services, but there will definitely come a time when repairs are no longer sufficient and a new furnace replacement is needed.
At Calvary Plumbing and Heating, we offer exceptional furnace installation services designed to meet your unique needs and budget. Whether you’re installing a new furnace in your new home or replacing an old and worn out system, we are the furnace replacement company more homeowners in Fort Collins turns to for advice.
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Signs You Need a New Furnace
When it comes to furnace replacement, homeowners want to avoid it because of the perceived cost and hassle involving a new installation. However, there are many instances when a new furnace installation is actually a better option for homeowners. For example, some signs that you definitely need to consider a new replacement include:
- A yellow or flickering pilot light is a sign that the system has too much carbon monoxide, which can turn deadly
- Soot around the unit is another sign of excess carbon monoxide
- Inconsistent heating in the home with cold spots
- Frequent furnace repairs in the past two years
- Rising energy bills from an inefficient unit
- There are no longer service parts available for the unit because it is too old and obsolete
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Other Signs You Should Get in Touch with a Furnace Replacement Contractor
If your furnace is over 15-20 years old, you should consider a new installation right away. At this time, the unit will start to show significant signs of wear and tear, starting with a rising energy bill from losing efficiency. You may also notice more frequent repairs. To save money on your energy bill and stop paying for constant repairs, we often recommend a new furnace installation.
We also recommend a new replacement if you notice any damage to the furnace such as cracks, dents, and leaks. This type of damage can cause carbon monoxide and other harmful fumes to leak out into your home. This could be extremely dangerous for your family and should be addressed immediately.