Invest in Your Home and Install a New Furnace
Many homeowners neglect to replace HVAC equipment until it’s too late. When it comes to the safety and health of you and your family, it’s important to make sure you have a furnace that is working properly during the winter. Furnaces are a common source of carbon monoxide leaks, and our team has the knowledge to install a heating system that will last for years to come.
One of the most difficult decisions a homeowner has to make is whether to replace or repair their furnace. We recommend replacing if your equipment is beyond three quarters of its’ expected lifespan and repairs will cost more than a third of the cost of a new unit. Rest assured, our team will consult with you and recommend the best course of action.
FOUR SIGNS YOUR HOME NEEDS A NEW FURNACE
If your Charlotte, NC home is ready for a furnace replacement, you can trust Exact Temp to provide timely and professional service. If you are experiencing any of the following issues, it’s probably time to replace your furnace:
There is a crack in the heat exchanger.
Your home cannot maintain the same temperature across different rooms.
Energy bills have risen significantly from past years.
You’re continuously paying for furnace repairs.
Call us right away if you suspect that it’s time to replace the furnace in your Charlotte, NC home. We’ll send a technician to your home to diagnose the problems with your unit, and explain the options you have available.
Gas or Electric? The Big Decision
Gas Furnaces: A gas furnace is a great option and usually thought of as the superior choice. If your home already runs on gas, we’d recommend that you take this route. Gas is less expensive and a powerful fuel source for combating cold.
Electric Furnaces: Electric furnaces aren’t as common in colder climates, but they can still be a good option if your home doesn’t have a gas line for heating. An electric furnace costs more to run but it’s less expensive to install upfront. They also are less of a risk to your health than a gas furnace because there’s no process of heat combustion.
If you’re trying to make the decision between gas or electric, contact Exact Temp Heating & Cooling for guidance.