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As the weather starts to turn chilly in Springfield, Virginia, you begin to think about turning your furnace on. However, if you turn it on and experience poor performance or weird sounds, you have to decide whether you’re going to repair or replace it. Let’s look at a few reasons when it’s better to invest in a new heating system and why.

Age of the System

Most heating systems, even when they’re well-maintained, have a life expectancy of 16-20 years. You can certainly limp along for a few more years past that date, but you’ll begin to experience poor performance. The time to start planning for a new furnace is before it ages out.

Weird Sounds

Heaters have certain sounds and smells that are familiar. However, if the furnace starts clunking, banging or making other abnormal noises, there’s probably a problem with the motor or fan. If these sounds continue, you’ll need to have them repaired. Weigh in the cost of making extensive repairs versus putting that money into a new system. As a result, you’ll save money over the long term.

Rising Energy Bills

Look at heating bills from several years ago and compare them to recent years. If you see the cost going up, it may mean that the system is working harder to deliver warm air and using more energy. As the furnace ages, parts wear out. It’s probably not cost-effective to keep dumping money into a furnace that causes your heating bill to rise. Therefore, you should consider a furnace replacement.

Not Heating Your House Properly

When the heater is old and tired, it eventually can’t deliver sufficiently warmed air into your home. If your house doesn’t feel warm enough, even with maintenance and repairs, it’s time to invest in a new furnace. As a result, you’ll restore comfort in your home this winter.

Don’t get left in the cold! Give our professional team at Brennan’s Heating & Air Conditioning a call today to discuss the installation of a new furnace. We’re standing by to speak with you at 703-763-0399.

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