Our experts at realize that winter may not be the ideal time to get a new furnace. We also know that installing a new furnace in the winter sounds quite a bit better than the discomfort and potential home damages our Oxford customers face if their furnace stops working.
To provide your furnace with a long, efficient life span, Franklin's Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc advises annual preventive maintenance. Despite providing your heating system with lots of attention, a furnace will reach a certain age and you’ll be spending more money on repairs than you should. So, what happens if you find yourself in need of a new furance during the Oxford winter? There’s no need to be concerned! Our qualified technicians will be here to take care of you, putting your family’s comfort as our top priority.
How can you determine if you are ready for a new furnace? First, review the age of your furnace. If it’s 15 to 20 years old, it’s likely nearing the end of its life span. In most cases, it doesn’t make sense to have the extra expenses to perform repairs.
Next, check your utility bills. If they seem more costly this season over previous years, your furnace may be working harder than it should. Furnaces lose efficiency over time. When this happens, you’ll definitely see an impact on your utility bills.
Another indication that it may be time to replace your furnace is if you’ve had to call for multiple repairs. Further repairs may not be the best way to go. It could be in your best interest to replace your furnace with a new, more energy-efficient model. Investing in a newer model will likely save you money in the long run.
If you’re unsure if it’s time for a new furnace installation, just call Franklin's Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc at 662-281-1231 and our experts will be happy to take a look and go over all of your options—whether that includes a replacement furnace or furnace repair. You can even schedule an appointment with us online if that’s easiest for you. We are here to ensure you stay nice and cozy in your home during the Oxford winter.