It’s Never Too Late for Furnace Installation

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Our experts at realize that winter may not be the ideal time to get a new furnace. However, you can agree that installing a new furnace in the winter is a lot better than the discomfort and potential home damages our Chadron customers face if their furnace stops working.

To provide your furnace with a long, efficient life span, MPC Heating & Cooling suggests regular maintenance. Despite providing your heating system with lots of attention, a furnace will reach a certain age and it won’t be cost-effective to perform repairs. So, what happens if the time comes during the Chadron winter? Don’t worry! Our qualified technicians will be here to take care of you, and make sure your family’s home comfort is met.

How can you determine if you are ready for a new furnace? First, consider the age of your furnace. If it’s 15 to 20 years old, it’s probably nearing the end of its life span. Many times, it doesn’t make sense to put money into repairing a furnace that’s so old.

Next, review your energy costs. If they seem higher this season over previous years, your furnace may be working harder than it should. Furnaces lose efficiency as they get older. When this happens, you’ll notice a change in your heating costs.

Another sign that it may be time to replace your furnace is if you’ve had it repaired a number of times. Further repairs may not be the most cost-effective way to go. It might be in your best interest to replace your furnace with a new, more energy-efficient model. Putting your money towards a newer model rather than another repair could help you save money over the long term.

You don’t have to figure this out on your own, just call MPC Heating & Cooling at 308-432-5301 and our team will be happy to take a look and review all of your options—whether that includes a replacement furnace or furnace repair. You can even arrange an appointment with us online if that’s easiest for you. We are here to make sure you stay comfortable in your home during the Chadron winter.

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