Summer is starting to wind down everyone and it seems like all the signs of that are here. Labor Day is over, in a few weeks it’ll start getting colder, the Halloween fans have started their nearly two month early celebration (with the Christmas fans waiting right behind them), and lastly the kids are finally back in school (thank God!). But hold up, what was that earlier bit? It’s getting colder? Yes ladies and gentlemen, that’s right. While it’s undeniable that the days seem to be staying hotter later in the year, we also can’t deny that when the cold arrives it freezes us in. So the real question is, is it time for your house to get a furnace repair?
Furnace repair doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg, and is certainly better than the cost of not seeking heating and cooling services? When the kinds finally come inside from their school activities or playing Pokemon Go, you want them to be warm and comfortable. In order to get that, try looking into a more efficient furnace. Oddly enough, the law permits some new furnaces to have a 78% efficiency score, but there are certain new furnace models that actually have a score of 97%. Do yourself a favor and look into the higher scoring models as they will protect your families and keep them comfortable in the cold.
Let’s be honest, furnaces have a pretty long life expectancy. The average furnace can last just about 15 to 18 years! That said, as the years go by furnaces don’t work as well as they used to. It may be time for you to upgrade. You want the highest quality construction for your family and home and you’ll find that the construction cost is not as heavy as the cost of your family.
Enjoy the summer while it’s still here. In addition, don’t let the oncoming cold ruin your family’s festivities as we enter the second half of the year. Let the cold stay outside while the fun and warmth stays in your home. A furnace repair or upgrade can keep your family safe, warm, and happy during these upcoming, freezing months.