Furnace Replacement

Furnace Replacement

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Is it time for a furnace replacement to get you through the winter? What efficiency rating and type will you choose? Have you thought about other heating systems that might work well for your home? The experts in furnace repair at Ceige are here to help you with your furnace questions.

Are You Ready to Replace Your Furnace?

Your home’s heating system is an expensive investment. Perhaps this tempts you to put off a furnace replacement and choose to repair your outdated unit instead.

Consider these factors when deciding whether to repair or replace:

Age –
A 10 to 15-year-old furnace is probably on its last leg and not worth repairing, especially if you have already poured money into several repairs over the past season or two.
Investment cost –
It costs more to replace than to repair, but consider the long-term investment cost of keeping your old furnace running. The knowledgeable heater contractors at Ceige can help you calculate your return on investment.
Utility rates
By taking utility bills from past seasons and calculating future bills based on rising utility rates, you can determine how much it will cost to run your existing furnace this year. Compare that with the energy consumed by a new furnace at the same utility rates and see what savings you can expect from a furnace replacement.

Different Types of Furnaces & Heating Systems

Furnaces are one of the most popular heating systems today:
Gas furnaces
have low operational costs and are therefore the most common.
Electric furnaces
are a good alternative where natural gas is not available.
Oil furnaces
are another choice if natural gas isn’t an option.
Other types of heating systems include:
Heat pumps,
which work like ACs during the summer and ACs in reverse during the winter.
which heat water for radiant heating systems.

What to Consider when Choosing a Furnace Replacement

There are a couple of things you need to think about when choosing a furnace replacement:

Geographic location –
If you rely more on heating than air conditioning because you live in a cold geographic location, it’s worthwhile to invest in a high-efficiency furnace replacement. Paying the extra upfront cost might not make economic sense for warm-climate residents, though.
Existing system –
It’s important to consider existing systems in your home, as well as your future plans. For example, if you’re interested in adding air conditioning, a heat pump might be a better choice than a furnace, depending on your climate. If your home doesn’t have duct-work, a boiler could prove to be the more economical.
Benefits of an Energy Efficient Furnace Replacement

Here are a few benefits to using an energy efficient furnace model:

Energy savings –
Upgrading from your mediocre furnace to a high-efficiency model, you can expect immediate and profound savings on your monthly utility bills all season long.
Improved home comfort –
The features that enable an efficient furnace to perform better also keep you more comfortable. Expect even temperatures from room to room and fewer drafts that diminish your comfort level.
Environmentally friendly –
Put away your guilt while running your high-efficiency furnace this winter! By keeping your home comfortable with less fuel consumption, an energy-efficient furnace replacement helps conserve fossil fuels. It also gives off fewer emissions that negatively impact the environment.

Call Ceige HVAC for a Free In-Home Estimate on a Furnace Replacement

To learn more about making an efficient furnace replacement, contact Ceige. We’re equipped to provide the professional replacement you’re looking for. Plus, we offer free in-home estimates for furnace replacements.

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call (708) 258-5727 to schedule your service today!