When is it Time to Replace Your Old Furnace?

July 2, 2015/ 0

Has your furnace been acting up lately? If so and you think it might be time to replace your home furnace, then you’re probably right. The decision about whether to repair or replace an old furnace is best made with the help of an experienced Orange County or Los Angeles heating professional.

Repair costs for an old furnace can quickly add up. Homeowners faced with a hefty repair bill often wonder whether they should have simply replaced their old furnace. Generally speaking, the older a furnace is, the costlier it is to repair. Most home furnaces have a life expectancy of between 15 to 20 years, according to our Orange County or Los Angeles heating experts. Furnaces are a lot like cars: repairing an old one can often cost much more than simply buying a new one. Past a certain age, parts start to fail and repair costs start to add up.

The Orange County and Los Angeles HVAC team at Jack Stephan Plumbing can assess your furnace and determine if it needs to replaced. A professional assessment can detect warning signs like a cracked heat exchanger, a faulty pilot light or a fuel leak. Make no mistake, a broken furnace can be very dangerous. Avoid the risk of fire and carbon monoxide poisoning by getting your old furnace professionally assessed by trained Orange County or Los Angeles heating technician.

Our Orange County and Los Angeles HVAC technicians are available all week, day and night. Established in 1946, the team at Jack Stephan Plumbing has been servicing residential and commercial furnaces in the Los Angeles area for more than 70 years. Not only can they assess your old furnace, they also have the knowledge to help you choose a suitable replacement and the experience to install it easily and affordably.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 1 (800) 464-7586.


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