Furnace Installation Services in Harrisburg & Central Pennsylvania
Old furnace struggling to keep up? Get a new one with expert furnace replacement services from G.F. Bowman, Inc.
Coming home to freezing indoor temperatures is the last way you want to realize you need a furnace replacement, but in many cases, it’s how our customers come to call us. At G.F. Bowman, Inc., we’re here to help you when you need it most. As the leading furnace contractor in Harrisburg, PA we offer a range of solutions suited to accommodate your budget and home needs. From complete furnace replacements to hybrid heating systems, you can count on our staff to keep your home comfortable and warm without breaking the bank.
Want to avoid furnace replacement? Be sure to keep up with your ongoing furnace maintenance needs with our detailed system check programs!
Signs You Need to Replace Your Furnace
Are you worried about the overall health of your furnace? If so, consider the following factors which may put your furnace in the “at-risk” category:
- Old Age: Most furnaces will work for anywhere from 10-15 years with proper maintenance and upkeep. If your furnace is 10 or more years old and already struggling to heat your home, a replacement may be a better option.
- Rising Energy Bills: If your utility bills inexplicably begin to spike and you’re not using your appliances any differently, something is absolutely wrong. Your furnace is working extra hard and failing to effectively circulate any heated air.
- Frequent Repairs: While repairs are always the first choice among homeowners, at some point, when repairs become frequent, it may not be the right option any longer. If your furnace is on the older side, compare the cost of the repair against a new unit, it could help you decide what’s right for your home.
- Undersized System: A common concern for homeowners, a furnace that is unable to heat your entire home, is a problem. While it might eventually hit your desired temperature, it’s working harder to do so, adding to your energy costs and lowering the lifespan of your unit.
Instead of opting for frequent repairs, go with a new furnace installation. With a new unit installed, you can enjoy consistent temperatures and lower energy costs, which could help pay for the unit in the long run.