There’s probably nothing that contributes more to our sense of comfort in our homes than the ability to control indoor temperatures — to stay toasty when it’s freezing outside or to keep cool on a steamy summer day. If you’re like most people, you regularly change your filters and perform other routine homeowner maintenance to minimize the risk that your system will break down.
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But your HVAC system has a life expectancy — even if you diligently maintain it, it will need to be replaced at some point. How long should you expect your system to function efficiently? When will you know it’s time to replace your furnace, boiler or air conditioner?
At NJR Home Services, we understand the importance of protecting your home heating and cooling systems. This page answers important questions to help you proactively monitor residential HVAC systems and make the right decisions.
When it comes time to replace a furnace, boiler or air conditioner, there’s something you need to know — your heating and cooling systems are intended to work cooperatively. When you replace one unit, it often makes good sense to replace both. Installing a furnace that complements your AC unit may maximize air flow and minimize energy costs. You’ll also decrease the risk that your coil will freeze and that you’ll have to pay out-of-pocket for a new coil (most manufacturers do not offer warranties for “coil-only” replacement).
Another good reason to consider installing both systems at the same time — because of the advances in technology over the past 10 years, the HVAC systems now available are more efficient than those offered just a decade ago.
Here are the common indicators that your HVAC system may be starting to fail:
Whether it’s a hot shower, hot water for your laundry or to run the dishwasher, dependable access to hot water is an essential part of what makes us comfortable in our homes. Like your HVAC system, your water heater won’t last forever. As a general rule, the useful life of most water heaters is about 10 years.
As your water heater starts to fail, here are some of the things to look for:
At NJRHS, we offer a wide range of HVAC services within Morris County from installation and inspection to servicing and repair of furnaces, boilers and air conditioning units. We also install and service water heaters.
Do you need licensed, knowledgeable and experienced service technicians to repair or service your residential HVAC system in Parsippany, Rockaway or the surrounding communities?
Discover the ease of one-stop shopping. Simply call our customer service representatives at 877-466-3657 or complete our online request form. We’ll respond promptly and answer any questions you might have.
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