Dallas Furnace Replacement

Dallas, TX obviously isn't the first place that springs to mind when you think of a cold climate, but that doesn't mean you don't need a functioning furnace. Temperatures can dip below 30 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter, and when that happens, it is definitely time to crank up the heat and wait out January in cozy comfort. If your heat doesn’t increase when you adjust your thermostat, that means it’s time for Dallas furnace replacement service instead.

If your heater is not functioning properly, or just old and inefficient, it is creating problems for you that you may not even know are being caused by your heating system — not to mention needlessly draining your bank account. Dallas furnace replacement completed by an experienced service professional will make your home a lot more comfortable and snug, save you money on energy costs, reduce your environmental impact, and give you the peace of mind of knowing that you won't be left out in the cold on the chilliest day of the year.

When it is time to go out with the old and in with the new, Dallas residents can rely on Aire Serv of Dallas for professional, courteous service and expert workmanship. Don't just put on another sweater — give us a call instead. We can stop the shivering with efficient, cost-effective Dallas furnace replacement services.

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Dallas Furnace Replacement Can Save You Money on Energy Bills

You may think your aging heating system is chugging along just fine, but is your heating bill telling a different story? The costs of operating your HVAC system are likely the biggest expense on your utility bill every month. If your heating unit is not running at maximum efficiency, you are paying a lot more than necessary to heat your home in the winter. That’s a good sign it’s time for furnace replacement in Dallas.

Manufacturers are constantly trying to improve the energy efficiency of their products, and as a result, there have been significant advances in heating technology over the last couple of decades. A new, energy efficient furnace can net you significant savings on your heating costs. If you’ve got an older heating system, it might be time to think about getting Dallas furnace replacement services.

Did you know that new heating systems must meet a minimum rating for annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE), as determined by the U.S. Department of Energy? The AFUE rating measures the annual heat output of a heater in comparison to its total annual fossil fuel consumption. For example, a unit with an AFUE rating of 90% converts 90% of the fuel it uses into heat energy, while 10% escapes out of chimney, vents, or elsewhere.

An older model may have an AFUE rating of around 50% to 70%, or even less if it is suffering from a lack of maintenance and general wear and tear. Modern furnaces are capable of scoring as high as 98.5% efficiency. Even a new, mid-efficiency unit is a superior option.

Because a new unit running at peak efficiency uses far less fuel to heat your home to your desired temperature, it costs you a lot less money to operate it. As an added bonus, a high efficiency furnace is also a lot more environmentally friendly because it reduces your use of fossil fuels.

How Do You Know If You Need Dallas Furnace Replacement?

Not sure if your home is ready for Dallas furnace replacement service? Here are some of the key signs that your home could benefit from Dallas furnace replacement.

  • Inadequate Warmth: If you keep turning your thermostat setting higher and higher but your home doesn't ever seem to get warm enough, that is a clear sign that your unit is struggling.
  • Uneven Heating: One room is boiling hot, while another is icy cold — or sometimes even different parts of the same room are at varying temperatures. This unpleasant problem definitely warrants professional attention.
  • Constant Cycling On and Off: Your heating system will normally turn itself on and off as needed to meet the temperature on your thermostat, but if you notice it is constantly cycling through short on and off phases, you should call an experienced HVAC service professional.
  • Yellow Burner Flames: If you have a gas-powered unit, take a look at the burner flame next time it fires up. It should be blue. If it appears yellow, that’s a sign that the unit is dirty and needs either maintenance or replacement.
  • Leaking Water: Is there a puddle of water on the floor under or near your heating unit? While water is a by-product of your HVAC system, a leak is an indication of a serious problem with your heater — or a less serious issue with your air conditioner that still needs to be checked out.
  • Frequent Repairs: Do you have your HVAC repairman on speed dial? If you get one problem repaired only to have another issue pop up a few months later, your system is at the end of its life. Replacement will be a lot more cost-effective than continuing to get multiple repairs.
  • More Than 15 Years Old: With proper care and maintenance, a heating unit can sometimes last as long as 20 years, but that’s not common. It makes sense to get Dallas furnace replacement service if yours is about 15 years old and giving you trouble, because you will continue to experience more problems over time.
  • Increased Energy Bills: If your utility bill seems to be increasing every month but you have not changed your energy use patterns, a heating system in need of replacement could be the culprit.

Aire Serv of Dallas is the Best Choice for Dallas Furnace Replacement Service

When you call Aire Serv of Dallas, you reach a locally owned and operated cooling and heating system company that prioritizes customer satisfaction. Our team of experienced, highly skilled service professionals are capable of finding Dallas furnace repairDallas furnace maintenance, and Dallas furnace replacement solutions for your HVAC system that will have your home running at optimal efficiency, so you can relax in comfort.

We work with all types and brands of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, and our licensed service professionals have the expertise necessary to take care of your Dallas furnace replacement correctly and effectively.

Quality Furnace Replacement in Dallas, TX

When you need Dallas furnace replacement services, you can trust us to get the job done right. We will take care of every step of the process, including removing your old unit, assessing your home, and of course, installation. We make Dallas furnace replacement easy!

Not sure what type of unit you need for your property? No problem! An Aire Serv of Dallas expert will check out your home and make an educated recommendation for what will best meet the unique needs of you and your family. We can also look for signs of energy loss and offer expert advice on the best ways to make your home more energy efficient, so you don't have to pay so much on your heating and cooling costs.

Upfront Pricing

Our Dallas furnace replacement service — and every other HVAC service we provide — comes with honest, upfront pricing. That eliminates a lot of stress, because you don't need to worry about how much the final bill will be or be concerned that our service professionals are taking their sweet time to increase the amount you have to pay. You will know how much you will be paying before we begin working, so you can make an informed decision about what is best for your home and your budget.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dallas Furnace Replacement

Do you have questions about furnace replacement in Dallas, TX, or just want to know more about our general heating and cooling services for Dallas residents and business owners? No problem — give us a call to chat with our friendly customer service staff, get all your questions answered quickly and easily. We’ll help you find out about all the ways you can make your home more comfortable, save money on energy costs, improve your indoor air quality, and reduce environmental strain with furnace replacement services.

Should I Replace My 25-Year-Old Unit?

The short answer is yes. The long answer is yes, if you want to ensure your home and family are covered for winter with adequate heating that will not break down, or if you want to pay less on your energy bill, or if you have noticed other signs that your unit is suffering from malfunctions.

A 25-year-old system is well past its prime and simply can't compete with the optimal performance of newer models. Regardless of what type of fuel it is using, it is using a lot more of it than what would be necessary with an energy efficient system — and chances are good that it is not evenly heating your home to the temperature you prefer. Replacement will improve both your comfort and your system’s energy efficiency.

What Size Furnace Do I Need for a 2,000 Square Foot House in Dallas?

It’s important to do proper calculations for Dallas furnace replacement sizing, so that your new unit will provide ample heat coverage for your home. The square footage of the house is only one important element in the equation — other important factors include:

  • Local climate
  • Total heated air volume (if you have high ceilings, there is more space to heat)
  • Condition of your ducts
  • Condition of weatherstripping and home efficiency measures, which can cause cold air drafts that affect heat loss
  • Sunlight exposure
  • Insulation value
  • Window and door configuration

All those factors make the equation a little more complex than some would have you believe, which is why recommendations can vary so widely when you try to look them up online. Your Dallas HVAC service professional will be able to assess your home and determine the necessary BTU (British Thermal Unit) output as part of our effective Dallas furnace replacement service.

What Types of Furnaces are Available in Dallas, TX?

When you are getting a replacement, it makes sense to consider the options for different types. The main difference between the units is the type of fuel source they use. The most common heating fuel used across the country is natural gas because it is efficient and reliable. If you have a natural gas furnace, it is very important to keep it well-maintained to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is the colorless, odorless gas that can be fatal if inhaled in large quantities, and a malfunctioning unit or flue can allow it to seep into your home instead of being vented safely outdoors.

Other heating options include:

  • Electric furnaces
  • Propane furnaces
  • Oil furnaces
  • Heat exchanger systems — such as a heat pump
  • Boilers

The best type for your home will depend on factors such as your existing system, whether you have adequate ductwork already installed, the size of your home, and your particular heating needs.

Do I Need to Replace My Air Conditioner at the Same Time as My Furnace Replacement?

Maybe. If your central air conditioning is packaged together in one unit with your furnace, then yes, you will also need Dallas air conditioner replacement. But if it is a separate system, or you have a mini-split system, you don't necessarily need air conditioning unit replacement. That being said, if your AC unit was installed at the same time as your furnace and is past its expected lifespan or showing signs of trouble, it makes sense to replace both at the same time, because your AC isn't going to last much longer anyway, and you can often get a deal on a replacement package price if you buy both a furnace and an air conditioner together.

Does Your Home Need Dallas Furnace Replacement? Leave It to the Local Experts at Aire Serv of Dallas!

Whether you are in Dallas or part of the surrounding area such as Plano, Addison, or Coppell, you can depend on the experienced service professionals at Aire Serv of Dallas for outstanding workmanship and reliable, honest service.

Pick up your phone and get in touch with us today to request a service appointment from our customer service representatives, or to find out more about how we can give both you and your bank account a break by making your home more comfortable and energy efficient.

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