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Zionsville, IN Furnace Installation

Homes in Zionsville rely on heating systems in the winter. There are several heating types available, such as radiant heating, geothermal heating, and the tried and true gas furnace. A gas furnace is less expensive to install or replace than other types of heating systems and it’s also the most efficient and does the best job heating your home. Many homeowners trust Efficient Systems to replace other substandard heating systems with a gas furnace and enjoy reliable heat all winter long. 

How to Know When to Replace Your Furnace

Your furnace will alert you of some symptoms and signs when it’s ready to be replaced by either not working, not working efficiently, or by needing almost all of the internal components to be replaced to work properly.

The System Has a Carbon Monoxide Leak

Carbon monoxide is an odorless and colorless gas that is very deadly and toxic. Signs that your furnace may be leaking this dangerous gas into your home include a yellow or flickering flame in the furnace, rust on the vent pipe to the outdoors, and moisture around the walls and windows. It’s important to have your heating system checked before using it the first time of the year in order to have it inspected for the safety of you and your family. If your system does have a leak, it’s best to replace it.

The Unit Won’t Start

If your furnace doesn’t start, it could require many expensive repairs or a combination of them. The thermostat may not be working properly or if you see a flashing red light or no light at all on the blower, then it’s the sign of a major part failure. This could be your blower, transformer, control board, or your run capacitor. All of these parts are very expensive and often it’s in your best interest to invest in a new furnace.

You’ve Experienced a Complete System Breakdown

All of the integral components of a furnace system will eventually wear out and need replacing. However, some are expensive enough that it’s best to get a new furnace. These parts are the heat exchanger, blower motor, and draft inducer motor. If any of these parts or a combination of these parts need repairs can leave you with no heating for your home whatsoever.

The Furnace is Over 15 Years Old

If your furnace is over 15 years old and needs repairs on one part, you can be sure all of the other parts will be failing soon because your heating system is nearing the end of its life. In this case, it would be more efficient to replace your furnace than to keep adding new parts on a continual basis. It will also save you valuable money in the long run from all of the service calls needed for the replacement parts.

The Home Won’t Reach the Set Temperature

If you have your thermostat set at a particular temperature and your home never warms up that much, turn off the gas supply and the burner as well as the fan, then it will run constantly. This leads to wearing out all the individual parts of your heating system and makes it inoperable after a short period of time because it is working too hard. It will also increase your heating costs astronomically, so it’s best to replace the furnace.

Emergency Furnace Replacement Services

A furnace can completely break down without any warning signs and leave you in the cold. At Efficient Systems, we understand this and that’s why we offer 24/7 service and furnace replacements. Because in the winter, when you’re without heat, it is definitely an emergency situation. We strive to keep you and your family in Zionsville safe and warm.

Replace Your Furnace With Efficient Systems

We only hire NATE-certified technicians for furnace installations and guarantee our work. We’ve been the premier HVAC service and installation company in Zionsville since 1993 and we strive for 100% satisfaction.

Contact Efficient Systems for Furnace Replacement Services in Zionsville

Call Efficient Systems about all of your furnace and heating needs, no matter what time of day or night. We can help you very quickly to replace your furnace with a higher efficiency model that is new. This will save you money in the long run on your energy costs every year.