Heating Installation in Canfield, OH
Top-Quality Furnace Replacements from Reliable Brands
Ohio winters can be brutally cold, and our persistently low temperatures can keep your heating system running for hours on end to keep you and your family warm. This extreme usage drives up your energy costs and wears down your system. Don’t panic, All-Spec Heating & Cooling is fully prepared for anything Old Man Winter throws our way. We offer residential and commercial furnace installation and heater replacement for residents in Mahoning, Columbiana, and Trumbull counties.
We understand that doing things the right way the first time not only causes the equipment to work more effectively and efficiently but ensures our customers’ satisfaction. This is why we are a leading local company, known for our service, reliability, and integrity.
When you need a new heater, call us at (330) 341-8472 to schedule your free estimate! We’ll help you choose the right equipment from leading manufacturers.
How Long Does a Heater Last?
It is difficult to say exactly how long a furnace will last, as there are so many factors that can contribute to the lifespan of a unit. However, on average, a heater will last anywhere from 8 to 15 years.
If your heater is older than 15 years, it might be time to start considering a replacement. Your heater may be able to keep going for a little while longer, but it is best to have it replaced before it starts to break down. Replacing your heater with a new, energy-efficient model can also help you save on your monthly utility bills.
Signs Your Heater Needs to Be Replaced
It can be difficult to know when to replace your heater, but there are several signs that will let you know when it is time to say goodbye to your old unit. If you are unsure whether you should replace your heater, keep an eye out for the following signs:
- Your heater is showing its age
- Your energy bills have started to increase
- Your heater is making strange noises or odors
- Your heater needs frequent repairs
- Your heater needs to be turned up to high to keep your house warm or is not heating at all
If you notice any of these signs, it is best to have your heater inspected by a professional. Our team can tell you whether your unit is beyond repair and needs to be replaced. We are also honest in everything we do, so if a heater repair will solve your issue at a lower cost, we’ll always let you know about your options.