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St. Paul Furnace Replacement

Prompt, Affordable Furnace Installations in St. Paul & Minneapolis

Many of our customers find the idea of replacing a furnace daunting at first until we take the time to explain the advantages. If your gas or electric furnace is 10-15 years old, it is likely not worth putting more money into repairs. Thanks to advancements in HVAC technology, many of the new furnaces on the market are extremely energy-efficient and can help you save money in the long run. Additionally, newer furnaces need fewer repairs and cost far less to maintain them. Make sure you give our expert St. Paul furnace replacement team for professional help!

Contact us online or give us a call to request an estimate for furnace replacement or new furnace installation in the Twin Cities area.

Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Furnace

How do you know it’s time to replace your furnace? A broken furnace doesn’t necessarily need to be replaced, and likewise, a fairly new furnace may still benefit from being retired early. So how can the average homeowner know when the time for replacement is right for them? Here are a few easy to spot signs that it might be time to install a new unit in your home.

  • Your energy bills have surged. Do you have a huge energy bill at the end of the month and you’re not exactly sure why? The answer could very well be your furnace is burning through way more energy than it used to before. Older furnaces are not as efficient, and thus replacement may be the solution to lower monthly costs.
  • Your furnace breaks down a lot. Are you calling for a pesky repair more than once per year? Has your furnace failed on you on a cold winter night for the second time in as many months? These are good indications that your furnace is dealing with a wide range of issues—a dead giveaway that your system has outlived its useful lifespan and should be replaced as soon as possible.
  • Your home isn’t as warm as it used to be. This may be more reflective of air leaks that are allowing heat to escape, but it could also mean that your furnace has simply lost its capacity to heat your home successfully. As furnaces age, they lose their ability to provide enough heat for your home, so it’s time to schedule a full furnace replacement service.
  • Your furnace is more than 10-15 years old. Furnaces can last for up to a decade and a half with ease if properly cared for, but few people truly do everything they can to help their system maximize its useful lifespan. If you find that your system is experiencing a few issues and it’s well past the 10-year mark since it was first installed, it’s time for a furnace replacement.

Advantages of Choosing a Gas Furnace

Whether you already have a gas furnace or you are considering switching from another heating system, gas is an excellent choice. Many years ago, gas furnaces were considered an outdated form of heating. Thanks to advances in technology, gas furnaces are actually an extremely efficient way to heat your home. If you are concerned about your energy bills creeping up too high during winter, a gas furnace may be an excellent option for you.

A few of the benefits of having a gas furnace include:

  • Consumes less energy than other options
  • More eco-friendly due to fewer carbon emissions
  • More reliable (runs even if the power goes out)
  • Costs less to run throughout the winter months

Professional Installation of Electric Furnaces

If you have decided that an electric furnace is right for your home, we can sit down with you and discuss your needs. We take into account a few different factors, such as your budget, size of your home, and your heating needs in winter. Once we have an idea of what you are looking for, our St. Paul furnace replacement technicians can make our recommendation and safely take care of the installation process.

Would you like a free quote on furnace replacement in St. Paul or Minneapolis? Call us today at (612) 255-5883.

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