Comfort First Heating and Cooling, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Installation’

It Might Be Time for a New Furnace If…

Monday, October 24th, 2022

furnace-systemFurnaces are very sturdy and can last well over a decade, but no heating system lasts forever! And when your furnace system is showing signs that it’s time to upgrade, it is important to pay attention. Waiting too long can leave you with an inefficient system at best, and a completely broken-down furnace system at worst.

Replacing the heating system in your home can be the difference between a natural transition to a new heater or an interruption to your quality of life while you figure out how to stay warm until you get a new system. So as the weather cools down, keep an eye out for the following signs that your furnace does, in fact, need to be replaced.

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Why Should You Install a New Furnace and AC at the Same Time?

Monday, March 29th, 2021

AC-and-furnace-ductworkThe time of year has come to start thinking about our cooling needs for the coming spring and summer. This means if your air conditioner is on the newer side and in good shape, it’s time to schedule a tune-up to keep it that way. If your air conditioner is aging, however (10-15 years old) and starting to show signs of struggle, it’s time to consider a replacement.

Before you rush out and purchase a new air conditioner though, there are a number of things to consider, including whether or not it would be beneficial to have a new furnace installed at the same time. In many cases, this is a good option. Read on as we uncover why!

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3 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Pro for Your Next Furnace Installation

Monday, January 18th, 2021

two-women-leaning-back-on-couch-looking-comfortableIf you’re reading a blog post about furnace installation in January, it probably means you’re pretty desperate to get some reliable heat in your home, now. But this really isn’t a service you want to rush. As important as finding the right heater for your home is trusting the team that’s doing the job.

“Wait, I can’t just put it in myself?”

Well, you could, but we can’t promise that it would be done effectively, that your furnace would work efficiently if at all, or that your furnace will operate safely.

Read on as we uncover the work that goes into a furnace installation. These are at least three reasons you should trust a pro.

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