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Furnace Replacement 

Winter is approaching, and the last thing you want is for your furnace to fail when you need it most. No one wants to wake up to a freezing home and realize that their furnace is on its last legs. Knowing the signs that your furnace needs replacing can help you take proactive steps to make sure your home stays warm and cozy. At Service Hero, we offer professional furnace replacement services. Keep reading to learn about the benefits of upgrading to a new energy-efficient model and some post-installation maintenance tips to keep your new furnace in great shape.

How to Tell If Your Furnace Needs Replacing

Determining whether it's time to replace your furnace can be tricky, but thankfully, there are some telltale signs to look out for:

  • Age of the Furnace: Most furnaces will last 15 to 20 years. If your furnace is within this age range or older, it's likely time to consider a replacement. 
  • Rising Energy Bills: Have you noticed an increase in your energy bills? An aging furnace often struggles to heat your home efficiently, leading to higher energy consumption and costs.
  • Frequent Repairs: If you're calling for repairs more often than you used to, it might be more cost-effective to invest in a new furnace. 
  • Uneven Heating: Are some of the rooms in your home warmer or cooler than others? This could indicate that your furnace is no longer able to distribute heat evenly, a common issue with older units.
  • Strange Noises: Banging, rattling, or squealing noises coming from your furnace are not normal. These sounds often indicate mechanical issues that may require significant repairs or replacement.
  • Yellow Burner Flame: A furnace with a yellow flame instead of a blue one could be a sign of incomplete combustion, leading to potential carbon monoxide production, which is a safety hazard that requires immediate attention.

The Benefits of a New Energy-Efficient Furnace

Upgrading to a new energy-efficient furnace comes with a host of benefits:


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  • Lower Energy Bills: Modern furnaces are highly efficient, which means they use less energy to heat your home. 
  • Improved Comfort: New furnaces provide more consistent and even heating, eliminating cold spots and ensuring your entire home stays comfortable.
  • Enhanced Indoor Air Quality: Newer models often come with better filtration systems that can improve the quality of the air in your home, reducing allergens and pollutants.
  • Environmentally Friendly: Energy-efficient furnaces use less fuel, which means they have a smaller carbon footprint. 
  • Increased Home Value: A new furnace can be an attractive feature for buyers should you decide to sell your home. 
  • Reliability and Peace of Mind: With a new furnace, you can have confidence that your heating system will work reliably throughout the winter, reducing the worry of unexpected breakdowns.

The Installation Process

Replacing your furnace involves several steps, and knowing what to expect can make the process go smoother:

  • Assessment and Planning: Before installation, a professional HVAC technician will assess your home's heating needs and recommend a suitable furnace model.
  • Removal of the Old Furnace: The old furnace will be safely disconnected and removed. This step includes properly disposing of any hazardous materials according to local regulations.
  • Preparing the Installation Site: The installation site will be prepared, which may involve making modifications to ductwork, electrical wiring, or gas lines to accommodate the new furnace.
  • Installing the New Furnace: The new furnace will be installed and connected to your home's ductwork, gas line, and electrical system. The technician will make sure that all connections are secure and that they are properly calibrated for optimal performance.
  • Testing and Calibration: After installation, the furnace will be tested to ensure it operates correctly and efficiently. The technician will check for proper airflow, correct thermostat operation, and that all safety features are functioning.
  • Final Inspection and Instructions: Once testing is complete, the technician will provide a final inspection and offer instructions on operating and maintaining your new furnace. This may include demonstrating how to use the thermostat, change filters, and other routine maintenance tasks.

Post-Installation Maintenance Tips for Your New Furnace

Maintaining your new furnace is key to ensuring it operates efficiently and lasts for many years:

  • Regular Filter Changes: One of the simplest maintenance tasks is changing the furnace filter regularly. A clean filter ensures proper airflow and reduces strain on the system.
  • Annual Professional Inspections: Schedule annual inspections and tune-ups with a professional HVAC technician. These check-ups can identify potential issues early and keep your furnace running smoothly.
  • Keep Vents and Registers Clean: Ensure that all vents and registers are free from obstructions. Blocked vents can reduce efficiency and cause uneven heating.
  • Monitor Thermostat Settings: Use a programmable thermostat if you want to optimize your heating schedule. If the temperature is set  too high it can cause higher energy consumption and unnecessary wear on the furnace.
  • Listen for Unusual Noises: Pay attention to any unusual sounds coming from your furnace. Strange noises can indicate a problem that needs professional attention.
  • Keep the Area Around the Furnace Clear: Make sure the area around your furnace is free from clutter and flammable materials. 

Stay Warm and Worry-Free

If you're considering a furnace replacement, don't wait until it's too late. Contact Service Hero today to schedule a consultation and learn more about our range of energy-efficient furnace options. Our technicians are here to ensure a smooth and hassle-free installation.


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