Furnaces - Heating
Pond’s MAINTAINS, REPAIRS, and INSTALLS FURNACES!!
What’s wrong with my furnace? The operation of a furnace sounds fairly simple: the igniter and the gas light the burners and the blower moves air over the warm air and through the ductwork. However, furnaces can be complicated with many moving and electrical components. If you5r furnace is not working, it is best to call a trained technician. Damaged furnaces can cause a safety concern in your home.
When should I replace my filter? There are several types of filters available, such as 1”, 2”, 4”, 5”, and electronic filters. The most common is a 1” pleated filter. If you have this type, you should change your filter once a month to allow good air flow to your furnace and lower the amount of dust in your home.
When should I replace my furnace? Most furnaces can have an average life of 10-20 years. Many times furnaces need costly repairs. It is important to factor in the age of the furnace, the cost of the repairs, and utility costs. Sometimes it can be more economical to replace the furnace. Also, furnaces are becoming more efficient with GREEN options. If you are looking to benefit from these factors, you may want to replace your old furnace with a clean-burning, environmentally friendly, and cost efficient model.
What should I consider in a new Furnace? When looking for a new furnace, it is important to keep the following factors in mind: warranty, efficiency, utility costs, noise level, and company reputation.
NOW is a great time to replace your furnace! With $1,500 in tax credits and $1,400 in manufacturer rebates, Pond’s can help you get a furnace to fit any budget and lifestyle.
Furnace Quick Tip: Furnaces need regular maintenance just like your car. Annual tune-ups are like getting your oil change. You wouldn’t buy a new car and not get the oil changed regularly. Regular maintenance can increase the efficiency and life of your furnace.
If you have any questions or are ready to have us install a new furnace for you, give our experts a call today at 801-989-5987 or fill out our online request form.