Visual indicators and strange noises
If your furnace is making strange noises — or if you see the signs of rust, cracks or soot — a new furnace may be in your future sooner rather than later. Noise can indicate that an important part of the furnace itself is nearing failure, and they can also be an annoyance if your furnace is in a less-than-ideal place and within earshot of your home’s bedrooms or living areas. Signs of rust, cracks and soot may actually be dangerous, so at the very least you should call a technician out to investigate. After all, the furnace burns natural gas, which could be a health hazard for everyone inside if something’s wrong.
Cold spots and erratic operation
Lastly, if your furnace seems to be working harder, turning off and on more frequently or is unable to keep the whole house at a comfortable temperature, you may need a new furnace installed in your Ottawa home. Furnace replacement is the only true fix for a failing furnace, and newer furnaces are more efficient and better able to consistently heat an entire home, no matter how cold it is outside.
Frequent Failure and Repairs
If you are spending a good chunk of change on repairing a difficult furnace season after season, you need a new furnace. While we recommend annual inspections, we know that furnaces undergoing frequent service often break down when you need them most. Energy costs can also spike dramatically with an aging furnace, costing you more money as your furnace struggles to keep up.
A new furnace installed in your Ottawa home will have years of problem-free service ahead, granting you safety and warmth, but also peace of mind.
If you would benefit from structuring payment, we offer financing to make the purchase easier.