Heating Repair for Corona and Beyond!
Often during the long summer months, your furnace can go without being turned on for the entire season. The last thing that you’ll want to deal with on the first cold day of fall is a broken furnace – or any time when it is cold for that matter. The technicians at Aire Serv in Corona are here to take care of you in those situations, all you need to do is give us a call!
Making sure that your furnace is fully functional is key to keeping utility costs low and comfort levels high. It feels good to know that your furnace can keep your home warm all season, and with a little bit of maintenance and help from your local heating contractor, you can keep your furnace going stronger than ever.
It isn’t possible to keep a furnace running forever. There will come a time in a heater’s life when it doesn’t perform at the level you need any longer. When it’s not running how you need it to, a replacement will make more sense than a heater repair. If you have your HVAC contractor on speed dial for your constant repairs, it might be time for an upgrade.
There are a few ways to tell when it’s time to replace your furnace:
- Age: If the warranty is expired and your heater is more than a decade old, it is probably time for a replacement.
- Repair Frequency: If you’re doing two or three repairs on your system a year, you’re basically throwing money away. Some repairs will cost close to half the cost of a new system, and at that point it is better to invest in a high-efficiency replacement.
- Energy Bills: An old heater starts to lose its ability to perform efficiently after a while. An increase in energy bills is a good sign that your furnace is past its prime.
- Comfort: If your heater is having trouble keeping up with the changing temperatures and there is cold air exiting the supply registers, those are good signs of a pending furnace replacement.
If you are in need of a furnace repair, call Aire Serv of Corona today at (951) 363-2721.
We serve all of Riverside County, including Corona, Eastvale, and Norco.