If the HVAC system in your Rogers, Arkansas, home is more than 15 years old or is having issues, it might be time to start looking for a new furnace. A new furnace installation will not only be more efficient and reliable, but it can also make your home more comfortable.

Improved Efficiency

Over time, older furnaces invariably wear down, become clogged, and run less efficiently, even with proper maintenance. Not only are newer systems designed to use less energy to produce the same benefits, but they also run more efficiently for years because the parts are newer.

Better System Structure

When you install a furnace, it’s a good time to check your entire HVAC system. Most likely, this will be part of the installation process so the technician can make sure your furnace will work with the systems already in place. This entails a full examination of your power and fuel sources, thermostats, and ductwork. Your technician will be able to detect any issues that may affect comfort and rectify them.

Consistent Temperature

Newer furnace systems are designed to maintain an even and comfortable temperature throughout the entire home. Technologies such as variable speed motors and zone options can help you control temperatures in every room in the house and prevent cold spots and uneven temperatures.

Better Safety

Your peace of mind is valuable. With a new furnace, you’ll be assured that your system and your home are safe. Newer furnace models have improved safety features to reduce the risk of natural gas and carbon monoxide leaks.

Add-On Options

When installing a furnace, you can take advantage of newer technologies to improve your indoor air quality, such as air purifiers, humidifiers, and ventilators. These options can help people with allergies and asthma and also ensure the perfect climate in your home.

Enjoy all the benefits that a new furnace installation can bring. Our team at George’s Refrigeration & Heating can help you select a furnace. Make it easy on yourself by calling us at (479) 636-1470.

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