Two things are important to think about. First, newer furnaces use less energy than their predecessors, thanks to improvements in technology and a greater emphasis on energy-efficient design from manufacturers. Second, as a furnace ages, it becomes less efficient as parts wear down and don’t work like they once did. In both these ways, your older furnace is costing you more on your energy bills than a new system would. These costs can add up over the years. It might be better to just buy a new system.
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Most frequently asked questions about heating system installations
Have a question you need answered? Take a look at our most asked questions!
WHY SHOULD I WORK WITH ALLBRITTEN?
We’ve been serving Fresno and surrounding communities for more than 85 years. In that time, we’ve become known for our great customer service and friendly techs. We back all of our work with a 100% guarantee. We’re proud of the work we do, and our online reviews reflect the satisfaction of our customers.
HOW CAN I COMPARE DIFFERENT CARRIER FURNACES?
We’d recommend checking out the Carrier site. Of course, you can always call Allbritten, as well. We’ll help you find the right system for your home. Remember: too big or too small of a furnace can cause performance and efficiency problems.
WHAT ARE SOME OTHER ADVANTAGES OF FURNACE INSTALLATION?
If you own an older furnace, chances are that your manufacturer’s warranty has long since expired. This warranty can protect your system against unexpected repair costs, and it’s important to have one. When you purchase a new Carrier system from Allbritten, you’ll get a new manufacturer’s warranty.
HOW MUCH DOES A NEW FURNACE COST, ON AVERAGE?
The cost of a furnace can greatly vary based on the model and the size of the system—which, in turn, is determined by the size of your home and your heating needs. Here’s what we can say: when you call Allbritten, our techs will provide you with a free estimate that is accurate, upfront, and honest.
WHAT AGE IS “TOO OLD” WHEN IT COMES TO FURNACES?
Most furnaces last between 15-20 years, but some can last less than that and even fewer can last longer than that, with the right kind of heating maintenance. However, it should be noted that furnaces begin to age in terms of energy efficiency and performance after age 10. Keep an eye on your energy bills.
WHAT MAKES ALLBRITTEN DIFFERENT?
One of the things that sets up apart is our philosophy when it comes to employees. Many companies “churn-and-burn” through poorly trained HVAC techs. In contrast, our techs are some of the best trained in the state and we treat them like family. Great employees make for better customer experiences.