One of the top general HVAC service questions homeowners have is whether they should repair or replace the furnace.
When it comes to general HVAC service questions, a common one we get at McCall’s Supply, Inc. is whether a homeowner should repair or replace a furnace. Once your furnace begins requiring repairs or suffering from performance problems, it can be difficult to determine whether the cost of repairs is going to be so great that you would have been better off with a replacement.
The experts at McCall’s Supply, Inc. are here to help homeowners assess their HVAC system and determine the appropriate next steps—whether it’s repair or a new HVAC installation.
The signs you should schedule furnace repair are similar to those signs you may need a replacement, except in the case of repairs, a furnace will often be less than 15 years old. Signs include:
While the idea of a new furnace is not exciting to most, the truth is sometimes it’s necessary. One thing to keep in mind is that a new furnace will undoubtedly be more energy-efficient, which can help you save big on monthly energy costs. Plus, you can count on it to keep your family comfortable and safe for years to come.
Here are the signs you may need a furnace replacement instead of a repair:
The best way to determine the right steps to fix your furnace problem is to contact your local McCall’s Supply, Inc. dealer. The experts at McCall’s will be able to provide the professional assessment you need to keep your home warm and comfortable. Connect with us online now to schedule service or to get more answers to your general HVAC service questions.