1. Super dry heat – Gas furnaces are particularly prone to pumping out very dry heat as they get older. This effect on indoor air quality can take a toll on your health, particularly your skin. If you notice an uptick in dry or irritated skin or dying plants give our Winchester furnace replacement specialists a call.
2. Utility bills through the roof – As furnaces get older and older they’ll become less efficient over time. You won’t always notice this inefficiency in your indoor air temperature, but you will when you go to pay the monthly utility bill.
3. One repair after another – If you feel like you’re repairing your furnace for the umpteenth time, then at least consult our Winchester furnace installation experts about the cost of getting a new unit. At some point throwing more money at repairing a dying unit isn’t the cost effective solution it may seem.
4. Old age – Exactly how long a furnace may last depends on several factors such as brand, types, usage, maintenance, and environment. Typically furnaces last from 15-30 years, so if it’s older than that, consider furnace replacement before another repair.