3 Not-So-Obvious Signs That It’s Time to Replace Your Furnace
Winter is fast approaching, and while you may think that you only need to find your coat, scarf, and gloves, and then you’ll be all set, that’s actually not exactly the case. It’s also important to make sure your heating system is working properly, especially if you use a furnace. In fact, ensuring that your home stays warm depends on whether your furnace is operating correctly.
At AJM Mechanical HVAC, we offer furnace installation and replacement for people throughout Bucks County, PA, as well as the surrounding areas. Sometimes, even if you think that your furnace is functioning just fine, there may be something wrong with it that keeps it from working at its most efficient. It may even unexpectedly break down in the future. Here are three not-so-obvious signs that it’s time to replace your furnace:
It’s been around for more than a decade.
Like everything else in life, furnaces get old. And when they get old, they begin to not work as well. While your furnace may not be showing any signs of wear and tear, it’s not made to last forever. In fact, most of them have an average of a 10-15 year lifespan. If your furnace has been around for that period of time, you’ll want to get it checked out.
Different rooms in your house are different temperatures.
When your furnace is approaching the end of its lifespan, you may notice that different rooms in your home have a difference in temperature. Whether that difference is drastic or subtle, uneven heating throughout the home may be a sign that your furnace needs to be replaced.
You and your family have noticed static shock and extra dry skin.
If you or any of your family members have noticed dry skin and static shock, that may mean your furnace is getting old. Old heating systems tend to strip the air of moisture while new ones work to add moisture back into the air.
If you’ve noticed any of these not-so-obvious signs, then it’s time to call your local HVAC company. In this case, it would be our team at AJM Mechanical HVAC! We provide furnace installation to those in Philadelphia, PA, as well as other local areas. To learn more about keeping your home warm this winter, contact us at 215-398-4811.