Heating up your home may be the last thing on your mind during the summer months, but it may be the best time to upgrade your furnace when you get back from your vacation. If you realized last winter that your furnace is coming to the end of its lifespan, there are some excellent reasons to begin the replacement process now. Here are some of the reasons you should use the summer to prepare for the winter with a new furnace installation.
No Disruption in Heating Your Home
The best time to replace your furnace is when you know you will not be using it. Even in the fall, there is a chance you may want to use your furnace. Your furnace is on hiatus during the summer, making it the perfect time to have a new unit installed. If you wait until the winter, there is a risk of your pipes freezing, let alone your toes!
Get the Lowest Pricing When You Replace Your Furnace AND Air Conditioner at the Same TIme
Often, there are increased rebates when you replace your furnace and air conditioner at the same time. This is on top of the installation cost savings, including fewer trips and less material. While it’s not necessary to replace your furnace at the same time you replace your air conditioner, doing so greatly increases the efficiency of your overall home comfort.
Great Options for Improved Efficiency
If you wait too long, you may not get a chance to upgrade your furnace before the colder days are back again. Many new furnaces offer improved efficiency to help reduce the energy costs for heating your home. And since you use your furnace’s blower with your air conditioner during the cooling months, having a more efficient, variable speed fan can help your utility bills in the summer as well!
Don’t spend another winter with high heating costs and breakdowns. Upgrade now and ensure you will be ready for the winter with a new, efficient furnace.
At Sure-Fire, we are dedicated to helping our customers get the best value for their heating and cooling needs. Contact us now to schedule your furnace upgrade to ensure you are prepared for efficient heating in the cooler months ahead.