How Long Does A Furnace Last?
Your furnace and heating system can last a very long time but can’t last forever. A furnace with regular maintenance life expectancy is 10 to 15 years. But that doesn’t mean it won’t show signs of aging before reaching that timeframe.
Many homeowners wait too long to repair or replace their existing heat pump, furnace, or heating system. Furnace replacement in your home can be the difference between an easy transition to a new energy-efficient heating and cooling system and a devastating, late-night breakdown of your heating system.
If you’re interested in changing your heating system, contact the professional HVAC technicians at Roth Heating & Cooling.
Signs It’s Time To Replace Your Heating System
Homeowners in Portland and the surrounding areas all struggle with the decision to replace their air conditioning and heating systems. Even with regular professional maintenance and small furnace repairs, it can still be a great idea to switch out your old system for a new, highly efficient HVAC system.
Here are some signs to watch for when deciding if it’s time to change to a newer heating system:
- Your system is 10+ years old
- Frequent repairs
- Blowing cold air
- Hot and cold spots in your home
- Weak airflow
- Loud noises
- Odd smells
- High energy bills
- Frequent or short cycling
If you are experiencing one or more of the above problems, contact Roth Heating & Cooling immediately for a consultation. We’ll assess the situation, diagnose the problem, and provide the most efficient solution for your home.
Cure For The Common Cold
Are you and additional family members regularly sick with the common cold more often than usual? While cold and flu season can bring about runny noses and coughing, if you notice that the illness stays in your home for a long time, it could be your heating system.
Dry air in your home can become more prominent due to your heating system, helping cause you and your family to become sick more often. Illnesses can also spread more quickly without proper distribution of heat in your home.
If this is the case this season (or any season), contact the pros at Roth to help keep you and your family safe and healthy.
Make An Appointment With Roth Heating & Cooling
If your home is experiencing any of these indicators, you may want to consider replacing your heating system. Don’t wait for repair bills to pile up; get ahead of the problem. Schedule a free consultation with Roth Heating & Cooling to evaluate your current system. Whether minor repairs or a full replacement are necessary, our honest, upfront technicians will work with you on the best solution for your home.