Your home’s HVAC system is essential not only because it heats your home, but it also protects your home’s contents as well. For example, a warm stable temperature protects the pipes in your plumbing system, keeping them from freezing and bursting. Frozen pipes during winter months can lead to extensive interior damage and a very hefty repair bill.
The question is, how do you know if you need to replace your old furnace with a more modern, energy efficient system? This checklist should help you decide if it’s time to contact Courtney’s Heating & Cooling for furnace replacement.
If you’re having any of the above issues with your current heating system in the greater St. Louis area, contact us at Courtney’s Heating & Cooling. We’ll send one of our expert technicians to inspect and evaluate your current system. If your furnace needs replacement we can offer you several options, like a heat pump or perhaps a ductless, mini-split system.
Whatever your choice, you can rest assured that if properly maintained, a new furnace installed by Courtney’s Heating & Cooling will keep your home warm and comfortable for years to come.
“The technician was very helpful and took care of the tune up on our hot water boiler system and explained all the services performed.” M.G.
“Thank you Tom B, Dan M and Matthew T for a very professional install of my AC, water heater and air handler. They were all very courteous, professional and skilled in their work. I would give them more than 5 starts if available oi this review. They are welcome in our home anytime. See you men in the Fall for my furnace check up!” – C.B.
“Sam serviced our furnace today and once again was a great technician to have work in our home. He pointed out the leaking water heater which I forgot to mention to him. He explained the service required thoroughly and mentioned other things that should be done to help prevent it from happening again since we’ve been through this repair a few years ago. He is a very professional technician and we always are happy to see him on the job.” – C.M.