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Have you decided it’s time to upgrade your gas furnace? If so, rely on the Experts at Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning for high-quality heating system replacement. From start to finish, we furnish all systems with professional criteria for service. We even provide financing options so homeowners have significantly more flexibility.

Our furnace replacement is supported by a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for a year to ensure customers receive the outstanding customer service they deserve.

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What to Anticipate During Furnace Replacement

Here’s what to expect when we’re replacing a furnace:

  • Tidy Replacement
    • When we’re busy in your home, we’ll wear shoe coverings to protect your surfaces from any dust we might bring in. We also use protective cloths around the installation location to lessen messes.
  • Truly “Expert” Service
    • Our ACE-certified specialists have obtained some of the most thorough technical certifications in the industry.
  • Exceeding Expectations
    • We’ll replace your system with a new furnace that matches local code. We go far beyond expectations whenever feasible.
  • A Thorough Checklist
    • After the install is performed, we make sure your heating equipment is operating as it needs to before we leave.

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When to Replace Your Heating System

Furnaces that are greater than 10 years old will not operate as efficiently as they used to. In fact, did you know an older furnace could be wasting up to 40 cents for every dollar you spend to heat your property? Below are a few more signals you’re due for a furnace replacement:

  • Constant need for repairs
  • Increasing energy bills—without replacing the thermostat
  • Hot and cold spots across various rooms
  • Furnace turns on and off constantly, or blows cold air
  • Loud screeching, squealing, rattling, popping or humming noises
  • Burner flames are yellow, not blue—which is an indication of incomplete combustion, meaning the furnace might be leaking gas and/or carbon monoxide

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