If you’re considering upgrading to a new furnace in your Pooler, Georgia, home but are reluctant because of the cost, you’ll actually save money in the long run. Let’s look at three benefits you’ll receive when you have a new furnace installed and how it will help keep your hard-earned money in your bank account.

Save Money on Your Energy Bill

New furnaces run at higher efficiency levels than older models. With a new heating system, you can have an Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) rating that runs at 80% or higher. This means the furnace uses 80% of the fuel or electricity, and only 20% gets wasted. Many older models have AFUE ratings of 70% or lower. The higher the AFUE rating, the more efficient the furnace runs and the less money you spend on energy bills.

You’ll Have Fewer Furnace Repair Bills

If you calculate the cost of repairs and replacement parts for your heater against the cost of a new heater, you’ll see that over time, a new heater is far more cost-effective. In addition, a new furnace has a warranty that covers repairs and replacement parts. Instead of spending money on repairing an older system, put that money toward a new, energy-efficient one.

A Maintenance Plan Saves You Money

Sign up for our preventive maintenance plan to ensure that your new furnace runs in top condition throughout its lifespan. The heating system will be inspected in a timely manner, and our highly trained technicians will spot issues and fix them before they become a bigger problem. Regular maintenance helps prevent a premature breakdown or malfunction of the system that could cost you money on expensive emergency repairs or early replacement of the system. Know that with our maintenance plan, your furnace gets serviced regularly and at the right time.

Start saving money today by giving our professional team at McDevitt Air a call today to schedule an appointment to discuss having a new furnace installed. We look forward to speaking with you.

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