All good things come to an end. Yes, that means your heater, too. Before you decide to get a new one, though, you want to be sure it’s really time to say goodbye to your old unit. How do you know for sure if your heater has reached its peak?
 
  • Heat pumps normally last up to 10 years
  • Furnaces last until 15 years
  • Your home is too dusty
  • Humidity levels aren’t ideal
  • Room temperatures are fluctuating and varying
  • Your heater needs frequent repairs
  • Your heating system is noisy
  • Energy bills are increasing
 

We are certified Trane dealers, but we can service all makes and models.

 

“What Should I Ask When Replacing My HVAC?”

Whether you’re getting your heater, air conditioner, or both replaced, it’s good to get a technician you rely on to look out for what you need. However, you want to be sure you’re asking the right questions to be sure you’re getting the quality service you need without an exorbitant cost.
 
Westshore offers an extensive maintenance program. Contact us to learn more.
Manufacturers offer these during specific times of the year. Consult your HVAC technician for more.
Tax credits are usually not applicable with HVAC units.
Once you have an idea of what you want, consider the monthly utility costs.
Things like programmable thermostats could be a big help to your HVAC system.
Zoning is when your HVAC is set to provide a different temperature level depending on the size of the area.
A quick resolution to this is the use of a dehumidifier or humidifier, depending on what you need.
It’s possible, however if your unit is replaced, it’s  a good idea to replace all ductwork as well.
It has to be proportionate to the home. If it’s out of spec, the temperature could be too hot or too cold.
The HVAC company should provide a detailed list of the costs, including labor and equipment.
 
Replacing your heating system or the entire HVAC system can be costly. We offer financing plans so you can get the heater your home needs without breaking the bank.

Get a consultation at no extra charge by contacting Westshore Heating & Air Conditioning Services.