Winter Disasters Averted with a New Furnace

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Winter is approaching, which means your home will soon be filled with family and friends who expect your furnace to keep them comfortable. Did your furnace or heat pump required frequent repairs last winter? Now is the perfect time to consider a new heating system.

Weigh the pros and cons of different systems and determine which one fits your budget and needs the best. Our team is happy to visit, take the necessary measurements and perform the calculations to estimate the appropriate size and model for your needs.

Gainesville Mechanical wants you to enjoy all holiday festivities with comfort. We will ensure your new furnace or heat pump is ready to tackle the winter weather.

When to Say Goodbye to Your Furnace or Heat Pump

The most common warning sign it’s time to replace your furnace or heat pump is frequent repairs. Occasional breakdowns may happen. However, when furnaces or heat pumps repeatedly malfunction, something is wrong! Other signs it’s time to upgrade include:

Strange Noises

Furnaces and heat pumps do make noises when they operate. However, the sound should not be loud or noticeable beyond start-up. If your heat pump or furnace doesn’t blend in with the background noise of your home, call Gainesville Mechanical.

We will inspect your unit and suggest upgrade options to work with your budget for the holiday season.

Increased Energy Bills

Furnaces or heat pumps which operate more often than necessary due to increased wear and tear will produce higher energy bills.

If you notice your heating system is working more than normal to heat your home and your monthly energy bill is rising, it’s time to upgrade.

Uneven Temperatures

Do you experience cold spots in your home or uneven temperatures between different floors? The source might be your heating unit. A heating system which can’t keep up with the demands of your home is a strong indicator it needs to be replaced.

The Age of Your Unit

A heat pump is designed to last between 10 to 15 years, depending on how well it’s maintained. A regularly-serviced furnace may last between 10 and 20 years.

If your current heat pump or furnace is close to the end of its lifespan, call Gainesville Mechanical to discuss your upgrade options.

Say Hello to Your New Furnace or Heat Pump

A new furnace or heat pump will keep you warm this winter and for many winters to come. You will enjoy even temperatures throughout your home without dealing with expensive and frequent repairs.

Your family and friends will enjoy the winter season while remaining warm and comfortable in your home. Newer furnaces and heat pumps are more energy efficient and will save you money on your energy bills.

There are several options to choose from, and our experts provide you with more information during an estimate.

Another tip for a comfortable winter is to install a standby generator. Winter weather is unpredictable, and power outages can occur at any time. A standby generator gives you peace of mind knowing your home will remain warm if the power goes out during a winter storm.

Gainesville Mechanical carries standby generators affordable for any budget so you can rest easy!

In addition, we offer finance options for new equipment. We care about your health and safety, as well as your comfort. Financing helps homeowners take advantage of greater efficiency and energy savings earlier.

Call Gainesville Mechanical for Heat Pump or Furnace Service, Repair or Replacement

Know when your HVAC system needs to be replaced by watching for signs and calling Gainesville Mechanical early. No one wants to deal with a broken-down heating system when friends and family arrive. Call Gainesville Mechanical today and find out which furnace or heat pump is right for you.

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