After you’ve had your furnace for a while, it’s possible that you’ll experience some problems with it. Some furnace issues require just a simple repair, while others might mean that you need to get a brand new furnace.
When trying to decide whether to repair or replace your furnace, here are a few things you need to consider.
- The age of the furnace—How old is your furnace? If you’ve had it for a long time, you might want to consider getting a newer, more efficient model.
- Your furnace’s efficiency—If you have an old furnace, it might not be energy efficient. So, it could be a poor investment to repair it rather than replacing it for a more energy efficient unit.
- Usage habits—How often do you really use your furnace? If you don’t use it extensively, you may be able to make your furnace last well beyond its recommended age limit. On the other hand, if you use your furnace heavily, it might not last as long as expected.
Sanders and Johnson offers Denver furnace repair services that are reliable and affordable. Find out how we can help you by visiting www.SandersandJohnson.com.