SPS Mechanical Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Replacement’

When a Furnace Is About to Go

Monday, February 20th, 2023

Furnaces are tricky because they’re so important, but they’re still invaluable parts of our homes. You might feel better calling for a furnace repair when it starts acting up, but if you’re constantly calling for repairs or getting an ancient system fixed up, you might be feeling that stress again soon. This is why there are two separate services for customers, repairs and replacement, designed to address different problems that you might be encountering.

Let’s ask a simple question. Do you need furnace replacement in Gloucester County, NJ? Or would you be better off with just a quick furnace repair? If you can’t confidently answer this question, then you’re not alone. A lot of homeowners struggle to figure out what to do in this kind of situation. Luckily, we’ll go into the details of how you can tell when your system needs replacement.

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Signs You Might Need a Heater Replacement

Monday, November 4th, 2019

Heaters don’t last forever. Anyone who has ever owned a house for longer than 15 years should know that. However, sometimes that line between repair and replacement can be blurry and hard to decipher. For homeowners, it’s usually a case of not really wanting to think about a heater system, since the best work a heater can do is leave you comfortable enough where your HVAC worries are far and out of your mind.

The bad news is, there will be repairs and replacements in your future. The silver lining to that bad news is that there are some signs that could point you in the right direction if you’re confused as to which is better.

So, let’s get to the bottom of it. How can we figure out if you need a few simple repairs on your system or a whole new heater replacement in Sewell, NJ?

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Should I Replace My Furnace?

Monday, November 5th, 2018

gas-burnerThe days are getting colder, and you’re probably already starting to rely on your furnace for warmth during the day. As you use your furnace more and more over the next few weeks, you’re going to be putting a lot more strain on the system. Before we get too far into heating season, it’s a good idea to make sure that your furnace is up to the task of dealing with that strain over the next several months. If your system doesn’t have enough in it to get you through the whole winter, it’s probably a better idea to replace it now than to wait for it to break down in the middle of the season.

The best way to tell whether or not your system needs replacing is to have a technician examine it for you. Before you take that step, though, consider the symptoms below for some additional guidance.

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