Furnace Repair and Replacement

No one likes a cold house…a furnace in good repair and working efficiently is a must have for every homeowner. With professional maintenance and repair services, you can extend the lifespan of your furnace. Patriot Air can evaluate your furnace for performance and efficiency and offer a variety of solutions for your comfort and budget.

Signs You Need Furnace Repair

In some cases, your furnace issues can be resolved by scheduling a professional repair. Here are some of the most common signs you can look for to determine if your furnace needs repair services:

  • Has been a while since last professional inspection and maintenance
  • Filters are clogged
  • Faulty thermostat
  • Poor air circulation
  • Odor of gas

Signs You Need a Furnace Replacement

Here are some of the most common signs you can look for to tell if furnace replacement is the right choice for you:

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  • Uncomfortable rooms
  • Abnormal sounds when in use
  • Advance age – lifespan is generally 12-15 years
  • Unexplainable spike in utility costs
  • Yellow burner flame
  • Odor of gas
  • Significant leaks
  • Abnormal sounds when turned on or in use
  • Yellow pilot light
  • Window condensation
  • Unexplained spike in utility bills

It’s important to consult with a professional as soon as possible if your furnace is showing any of these or other obvious signs of repair needs. If caught early, repairs are generally simple and inexpensive. If left unaddressed, these smaller breakdowns have the potential to turn into major – and more expensive problems.

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Types of Furnace Replacement

Once replacement needs are confirmed, your next decision will be whether you want to stay with your current fuel source or change to a completely new system with different fuel requirements. You can choose from:

  • Electric
  • Natural Gas
  • Propane

Call Patriot Air at 609-298-5109 to discuss your options and which fuel source would best suit your home and family’s needs.