Installing High-Performance Furnaces Since 1979
When you need a new furnace installation in Midland, trust All Seasons Heating & Cooling to handle the job with excellence. We have over 40 years of experience providing high-quality installations and replacements. Our expert team can help you select a system that is best for your home and ensure that it’s set up for optimal performance.
How to Know When You Need a New Furnace
Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a furnace that lasts forever. At some point, your heating system will need to be replaced. However, knowing the perfect time to replace your furnace can be tricky. You don’t want to do away with your current system too soon, as this would be a waste of money. But you also want to avoid putting off the installation of a new system for too long. Doing so will cause your energy bills to spike and could even lead to an emergency.
There are several signs to keep an eye out for that indicate your furnace is due to be replaced, including:
- Your furnace is more than 15 years old
- Your furnace can’t maintain a steady temperature
- Your home isn’t warm enough
- Your heating system isn’t cycling correctly
- Your house has uneven heating throughout
- Your furnace is making strange noises
- Your home has excessive dust
- Your energy bills have gone up
- Your furnace has signs of crack and rust
- Your furnace is in constant need of repairs
- Your furnace flame is burning yellow
- Your home has poor air quality
The good news is that not all these signs necessarily mean that your furnace has reached the end of its useful life. Sometimes these issues are symptoms of a problem that our expert technicians will be able to resolve. However, there are instances where the cost of the repair may be so much that fixing it is no longer a viable option. As a rule, if the cost of repair is over 50% of the price of a new system, you will be better off installing a new furnace. Our highly trained technicians can perform a comprehensive inspection and give you an honest, professional opinion about how to proceed.
One of the most important aspects of installing a new furnace is selecting a system that is appropriately sized. A furnace that is too small for your home will cause your system to run too often, increasing your energy bills and decreasing the lifespan of your system. If your furnace is too large, it will cycle on and off too frequently, which puts more strain on the system and makes it less efficient.
Our heating professionals can perform a heat load calculation test in your home to determine what size furnace you require. The “heat load” refers to the quantity required to keep your home at a comfortable temperature.
During the test, we will take several factors into consideration, including:
- Square footage of the house
- Ceiling height
- Building materials
- Number of windows
- Size and positioning of windows
- Appliances and electronics
- Number of occupants in the home
“I had a routine fall checkup for our furnace done and I could not say better things for Cody who came out and completed the appointment. Professional, down to earth, and left our furnace in great working order.”Joseph G.
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