With winter right around the corner, it’s finally time to give your air conditioner a break. However, that means your furnace is in for a good workout, considering the winters we’re known for here in Western New York. If you need a new furnace, now’s the time to make the switch. In this blog, we’ll review the reasons you should consider getting a new furnace before winter.
Get the reliability of a new system
If you have a furnace that’s nearing retirement, it might be a good idea to switch to a new furnace, professionally installed by the professionals here at Reimer. After all, the last thing you want is for this to be the last winter for your older furnace, which means you’re stuck replacing the system on the coldest days and nights of the year.
It almost goes without saying, but a new furnace is far less likely to break down than an older system that is 10, 15, 0r 20 years old. Plus, if that new system does have problems, it’s covered by the manufacturer’s warranty—a guarantee that has probably long since expired for your old furnace.
Boost your energy-efficiency
The most important feature homeowners want out of their HVAC system is energy-efficiency. After all, who doesn’t love saving money? Here’s the bad news: that older furnace that you’ve been putting up with just isn’t saving you money. In fact, it’s probably costing you far more in energy costs than a new energy-efficient system would.
Improve your home’s comfort
Of course, there’s the reason you have a furnace in the first place: your comfort. Older furnaces often struggle to keep up with the demand in your home; they run constantly and noisily, but can’t keep up with your heating needs. As a result, you’ll probably see hot and cold spots in your home—places where your home is freezing even as other rooms feel like they’re boiling.
Reimer specializes in installing new furnaces that are perfectly sized for your home. Here’s what that means: a furnace that is too small will struggle to meet your heating needs, while a system that’s too large will be constantly turning off-and-on, giving you poor performance and higher energy bills. At Reimer, we work to find the “Goldilocks” system for your home: just right.
For a free in-home estimate on a new furnace, call Reimer
When you need new furnace installation, you need to contact the professionals at Reimer Home Services. You should contact us online if you have any questions related to our services or products, and we’ll get back to you shortly.