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A New Furnace Means a New Wave of Heat

Feb 6, 2015

The True Benefits of a New Furnace


Greenwood Heating Keep Warm With a New Furnace!

A furnace is the major appliance that heats your home when the weather outside is cold. If your furnace stops working, you will definitely know about it. Sometimes a repairman can fix it, but he may tell you that the unit is old and on its last legs. You should start thinking about a new unit.

Why Install a New Furnace?

The obvious reason to install a new furnace when your old one fails is to stay warm when the outside temperature drops. Also, a furnace may deliver hot water for dish washing, clothes washing, and showers or baths without the need for a separate water heater.

Cold showers are not pleasant even when the outside temperature is warm. Furthermore, it is hard to get your dishes or your laundry clean in cold water. You may also be thinking about installing a higher efficiency furnace so that your fuel bills will decrease.

What are the Benefits of a New Furnace?

As a furnace gets older you will find that it needs more service calls and you get more and more repair bills. As these problems keep growing you may find that it is economically feasible to install a new unit. Although the initial installation cost may cause many homeowners to hesitate, with better efficiency and far fewer repair bills will make it worthwhile.

Often it is more cost-effective to put in a new furnace rather than trying to maintain the old furnace. A new furnace will generally run quieter than the old one, plus it is safer to operate. Furthermore, the new unit comes with a 10 year parts warranty if properly registered.

How Do You Choose the Right Furnace?

Greenwood New Furnace It is essential to choose the right size furnace for your home. If it is too small, it will have to work much too hard to heat your house. This can shorten the life expectancy of the unit and even increase the cost of energy to run it.

If it is too large it can lose energy efficiency by turning on and off time and again. You need to know how many square feet your home.

Otherwise you can look on the back of the old furnace to find out its size if you were happy with the way it heated the house.

If you feel that you would like more heat, it is wise to consult with the appliance dealer to determine the best the best size for your home.

Is the furnace in your Greenwood home not pushing out the proper heat? Get this taken care of by Johnson Heating & Cooling, and Call (317) 881-7738 today to get the furnace replaced.

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