We are starting to switch gears from summer to fall and winter which means that we will all be turning on our furnaces soon enough. As we get ready to turn on the heat, it’s a good time to evaluate your furnace and how well it’s functioning. If you have an older furnace, you are more than likely asking yourself if it is time to take the plunge and replace it this year. If you’re replacing your furnace, you want to make sure the investment isn’t wasted on a furnace that isn’t going to be as efficient as possible. Modern furnaces come equipped with a number of different features that are all gear toward saving you money. Hal Mechanical is here to talk about features that are often found in new, efficient furnaces.
Energy Saving Features in New Furnaces
When you’re furnace shopping, there are some features that you want to make sure your new furnace will have. You don’t want to swap out our old furnace for one that isn’t as efficient as possible. Here is what you want to make sure your furnace has:
– Multi-Speed Blower: You want to make sure your new furnace a multi-speed blower that will ensure the consistency as well as the adjustability of the heated airflow can be controlled to your liking. This can help you not only control the airflow speed in your house, but you can do it easily and conveniently.
– Electronic Ignition: Gone are the days when a furnace requires a pilot light to be lit all of the time. Now, furnaces come with an electronic ignition that turns the furnace on and ignites the gas only when the heat is required.
– Multistage Burners: This smart feature is one that you want to be sure you have. It helps deliver a different level of heat to your house. Since this is the main component, it allows you to be able to get adequate heat to every single room. You can easily control the desired warmth no matter where you are in the house.
– Service Agreement: No one wants to pay for a part replacement a few years after purchasing a new furnace. With a long service agreement, there are parts that are covered should they need replacing that the traditional warranty doesn’t cover.
How Do I Know if My Furnace Needs Replacing?
If have noticed the following signs, it’s time to replace your furnace:
– Loud noises
– Frequent repairs
– High energy bills
– Signs of corrosion
– Inconsistent heat
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When you are faced with a furnace replacement, you want to make sure you get the right one to replace the old. Hal Mechanical and our team of excellent technicians can help ensure you’re picking the right furnace for your home, packed with features to make it more efficient. We will handle the installation and make sure it’s done right. Call us today!