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Do I need To Replace My Furnace

A variety of factors can lead to a furnace replacement. To help make your decision, there are five points that you need to consider:

  • Your current furnace’s efficiency rating
  • The current cost of natural gas
  • Any sharp rises in gas bills for your regular furnace usage
  • Your furnace installation date is near or over 10-15 years past
  • The “heating load” of your house. Namely, the amount of energy from fuel needed to keep the house at a comfortable temperature.


Furnace Replacement Done Right

A typical furnace replacement can be completed in three to five hours. Why so long? Our service technicians require that time to ensure that all safety protocols and procedures are followed in an exact manner. Furnaces deal with electricity, natural gas, and fire, and if we cut corners, we would be putting your health at risk. For furnace replacement services by Veteran's Choice Plumbing, Heating and Air, we consider that risk completely unacceptable. We do it right, the first time.

Get The Best Efficiency

If your furnace’s efficiency rating is below 80%, as stated in either the user’s guide or on a sticker on the furnace itself, then replacement with a modern, high efficiency unit is recommended. If you are unsure, one of our professional furnace technicians inspect your unit and provide you with a quote on recommended models.

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$5995 Full System Change out

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If you've ever wondered how long your HVAC system is going to last, you're like most homeowners. Knowing the average lifespan of an HVAC system is important because it helps you budget for a heating and cooling system replacement down the road. The length of time your HVAC system will last depends on the type of system you have as well as the maintenance you invest in. Here's a close look at different HVAC systems and their average lifespans home.


Furnace

The furnace used in a central heating and air system will likely last longer than the air conditioner, with an average lifespan of over 15 years. A furnace is normally replaced once the heat exchanger begins to leak. The heat exchanger is one of the most important components of a furnace, and once it goes bad, it's usually cheaper to replace the furnace rather than repair it. A furnace that receives little maintenance is likely to last only around 10 to 15 years.


Air Conditioners

An air conditioner that functions as part of a central heating and air system will last about 10 to 15 years. In warm areas where the air conditioner is operated on a frequent basis, the lifespan usually runs closer to the 10-year range. When the compressor fails on an air conditioner, this is usually a sign to replace the air conditioner. Plus, if the condenser develops corrosion or leaks, this is another sign that indicates a replacement of the AC should be right around the corner. Just like a furnace, an air conditioner that has little maintenance will have a shorter lifespan than one that is well-maintained.



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