A furnace can last up to 30 years, but after it reaches about 15 years it may begin to have some problems. If your furnace requires more than 2 repairs or replacement parts within one year then it may be time for a furnace replacement. There are some signs to look out for that may mean it’s time for a new furnace such as lots of odd noises coming from the furnace such as rattling or popping, the temperature fluctuating throughout your home, your energy bill is high, or your furnace flames are yellow instead of blue. It is very important to contact an HVAC technician if any of these issues occur, as it can be dangerous if your furnace is running incorrectly.
What Is The Furnace Installation Process?
The process of installing a furnace can be very detailed and has numerous steps, which is why it is crucial that it is installed by a trained and certified technician, any faults in the process can be dangerous for all those around. Once you have decided on your furnace you need to determine where is the best location for ducts and drains and connect them to the duct system. Next, you will have to connect the vent pipes, gas pipes, electrical supply, and condensate drain. After the installation is complete the technician will need another hour to look over their work. They have to make sure the temperature output is correct, and make sure there are no gas leaks, and that the condensate drain is draining correctly.
Furnace Installation With Polar Bear HVAC
Polar Bear Heating & A/C is your local HVAC expert, ready to help you with your heating and cooling needs. We provide service in the cities of Howell, Brighton, Novi, Ypsilanti, and Ann Arbor. We can not only help you install your new furnace but with all your HVAC needs. When you put your trust in us for repairs, upgrades, and new installations you are guaranteed personal service and satisfaction. We here at Polar Bear appreciate and respect our customers and we want you to be 100% satisfied with our work. To learn more about the services we offer, click here. You can contact us by phone at (248) 820-4455!