Westland Heating & Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘furnace replacement’

Our Guide to Repairing or Replacing Your Heater

Monday, January 11th, 2021
Cooling and heating with duct work in basement

One of the hardest parts about being a heater owner is that you need to decide when you’re ready to have the system replaced or repaired. There’s no class in high school or accurate guides available these days that can tell you exactly the information you’re looking for, which is why we’re looking to change that.

We’re going to use a nifty point system to determine whether your heater should be repaired or replaced. If you score low enough on the point scale, then your heater is probably fine for a targeted repair and routine maintenance every year. If it scores high enough, then you might make a more cost-effective decision by investing in heater replacement in Westlake, OH.

Ultimately, the choice is yours. But who says we can’t be along with you every step of the way to ensure you make the best choice?

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3 Signs Your Furnace Is About to Go

Monday, December 16th, 2019

Heater repairs are inevitable, especially in a climate that gets cold like ours. While our southern neighbors might be able to boil some water and bundle up with blankets, having a heater that’s not working in our area isn’t an option. So we’re writing today in hopes that we keep some of our customers in the area vigilant to the problems that can come with a furnace and how the average homeowner can notice those problems.

Not every furnace issue is going to put your home at risk, but some of them will and the difference can mean the world. Gas furnace repair in North Olmstead, OH isn’t just necessary because of how cold it can be, but it’s also necessary because a poorly running furnace can be a safety hazard when it has been neglected.

Let’s take a look at your furnace and see if there’s anything that requires professional attention.

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It’s Time for Furnace Replacement If…   

Monday, January 14th, 2019

old-furnaceDeciding whether to stick with your current furnace or replace it with a new one is always a complicated decision, but it’s one you have to make if you want to keep your expenses low. A worn-out furnace isn’t just less efficient—it’s likely outdated in terms of efficiency.

So on one hand, you don’t want to fall victim to “shiny object syndrome” and get a new furnace too early just because it sounds really awesome. But on the other hand, a closer look at your furnace’s behavior might show you’re completely justified in replacing it if…

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