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A new furnace is just what you need at this time of year as the temperatures outdoors continue to decrease. Keeping that old, faulty furnace in your home may prove to be your biggest mistake this season, as it may lead you to spend more on heating repairs due to frequent system breakdowns. However, though you absolutely should consider a new heating system, you should also consider what fuel type would be right for it. All too often homeowners will find themselves in a situation where they wind up spending thousands of dollars on the wrong system. For example, you may spend up to $4,000 on a gas furnace, only to find out your house doesn’t have the right gas hookups or, worse, makes them more at risk of experiencing a gas leak. If you are looking for a system with energy efficiency and longevity, you might buy an electric furnace, only to realize an electric furnace will not be so kind on your energy bills. Even just making one wrong decision with your choice in heating may turn out to be the one that makes these next few months some of the most uncomfortable and stressful in recent memory. You should instead take all the right steps in avoiding these troubles altogether by making fuel type one of your first points of consideration.
Custom Climate is here to provide you with high-quality service so you get the right heating system for your home. We have a team of heating technicians available who can provide a furnace installation service at any time. If you need a new furnace on the fly, we can provide emergency heating services that will ensure you do not spend a single moment without a reliable source of heat this season. We can also work with you before any installation begins to ensure you are getting the right fuel type for your system. However, no matter what fuel type you wind up choosing, you will be comforted to know that our selection of modern furnaces are the most efficient today. Some gas furnaces boast a high AFUE rating of up to 98.5% and operate much quieter than models of the past. With a highly-efficient and fueled furnace in your home, you will be able to rest so much easier knowing your entire family is kept comfortable.
Choosing the right furnace can bring you all sorts of benefits, and we’ll probably say these 4 benefits are most helpful:
The four main fuel types you should consider are: gas, electricity, propane, and solar. If you don’t know what makes them different from each other, here is a brief overview that will help you make the right purchase:
Contact Custom Climate today if you want to enjoy a high level of comfort and warmth this season by having us install a new furnace.