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What to Know When You’re Replacing a Heating System

When a furnace breaks down, there are a lot of things on your mind. First, you’re concerned about finding a way to keep your family warm while you wait to have the new heater in place. Second, you might worry about the price of the brand new system and whether or not it’s in the budget. But we think there are a couple of more important things homeowners should know about purchasing a brand new furnace.

The company you work with makes all the difference

When you compromise on quality to save more on the installation, you’ll likely notice some problems in the long term. Choosing a company or a contractor that doesn’t have any experience or has limited residential HVAC installation experience can result in a shoddy installation. With gas furnaces, there is a fear that the gas line won’t be connected safely.

With any large heating and air conditioning system, a poor installation can cost you. When the parts are not put into place correctly, or if the furnace isn’t properly sized for your home, the system is more likely to break down. You can end up paying more to repair a faulty system than you saved by choosing an inexperienced company to do the job in the first place.

Furnaces that are more efficient save money in the long run

One of the most important things to know about furnace installation is that it’s typically worth it to install a system with a high-efficiency rating, rather than one that will only cost you in the long run. A cheaper system may seem appealing now, but it could cost you hundreds more per year to operate. In the long term, with quality parts and proper installation, a high-efficiency system saves more money and lasts for longer.

Call your Highlands Ranch heating specialists at APC Plumbing & Heating. We have someone in your neighborhood today.

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