It’s a cold winter night, and suddenly your furnace stops working. What do you do?
Knowing what to look for can help prevent breakdowns, but sometimes these things happen. In this blog post, we will discuss the potential costs associated with a furnace breakdown and how you can avoid them.
The cost of repairing your furnace
Depending on the severity of the issue, costs can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars. Some common causes of furnace breakdowns include worn-out parts, dirty filters, or outdated systems. No matter what is causing your furnace not to work properly, you should contact Ballard right away so that our expert technicians can assess and repair the issue as soon as possible!
Preventative maintenance is key
Our experienced techs can identify potential problems before they become bigger issues, which could end up saving you time and money in the long run. Regular maintenance helps keep your system running efficiently and also extends its lifespan so that you don’t have to worry about replacing it anytime soon. We recommend having maintenance performed at least once a year or more depending on the usage and age of your system.
Replacing your furnace
Sometimes even regular maintenance won’t be enough to prevent an unexpected breakdown or impending replacement of your system due to age or lack of efficiency. If it has been over 10 years since you last had your HVAC system replaced, now may be the time for an upgrade! At Ballard Heating we offer several options for new furnaces with varying levels of performance and efficiency ratings that are sure to fit any budget and heating needs.
A broken-down furnace is not only uncomfortable but expensive too! The best way to avoid costly repairs or replacements is by staying ahead of any potential issues with regular maintenance from Ballard Heating’s experienced technicians. This will help keep your system running smoothly all winter long without any unexpected breakdowns or surprises along the way!
Contact us today if you have any questions about maintaining or upgrading your current furnace or even switching to a more efficient heat pump – we’re here to help! Contact us online or call us at 909-297-1914.