Winter is here and we know you’re using your furnace often now. Your furnace is the best way to keep your home warm but ensuring that you have a great furnace is the best way to ensure that you’re safe too. We’re here to help you cover all your bases. We know that there’s a lot to cover when it comes to your furnace system. We have a full team of experts who specialize in this work and we can walk you through it.
If you have a gas furnace in Angleton, TX, it’s a great idea to have our team members work on it. We want you to stay comfortable all throughout the year. We’re here to help you get the exact heating service you need. Call us today.
How Is Your Gas Furnace?
So let’s take a moment to reflect on your furnace performance. You’ve probably had a few solid weeks of running your heater by now. How is it faring?
Your heater should always work consistently, reliably, and effectively. A day in the life of your heater should look a little something like this: you turn on your heater to cut the morning chill and it responds by switching on quickly and heating up your home fast. The heater then cycles on consistently throughout the day. You’re never too cold because your heater is suited directly to your needs.
If your heater struggles to perform or doesn’t provide you with the heating you’re looking for, then it means it’s time for you to call us. Your home’s furnace should be able to keep you warm. Anything less than this is a cause for concern.
This is especially true when you’ve got a gas furnace in your home. Gas furnaces run the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. We’re going to help you get the service that you really need for your home to keep it safe.
Is It Time for a New Furnace?
If you’re really having trouble with your home’s furnace, you might want to consider replacing it. Persistent trouble is a sign that you might need to cut your losses and get yourself a new heater. Here are the signs that you should seriously consider a furnace replacement:
- You’ve had your home’s furnace for more than 10 years
- You can’t get comfortable in your home
- You’re spending a lot of money trying to get your house warm and keep it warm
- You’re repairing the furnace often
- You notice soot, dirt, or dust throughout the house
- You’re having trouble with your indoor humidity (the house is too dry or humid)
- Your furnace has visible signs of age (cracks, rust, etc.)
If you’ve read through everything above and realized that you might need a new furnace, get in touch with our professionals. Sometimes your furnace needs change throughout time. We can help you determine what you need now. We’re prepared to help you get what you need at home for comfort.
Contact Switzerland Air today to schedule an appointment with our team members.