Energy costs in America double every twenty years. When we skip tune-ups, our HVAC systems demand more energy to work properly, which causes a jump in our energy bills.
So, You Just Got a Fantastic Bid on a New Furnace That’s 20 Percent Lower than Any Other Such Bid . . . What Should You Do?
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Generally speaking, however, no matter how old your furnace, if the cost to repair is 50 percent or more of the cost of new furnace, you should replace it.
If your air conditioner was installed prior to 2010 and you haven’t heard about the R22 (also known as Freon) phaseout, then we highly recommend you continue reading this article.