Hassle Free Furnace Replacement With Moore Home Services
Many homeowners absolutely hate scheduling a furnace replacement. They do not like having people in the home. They don’t want to take time out of their day for the furnace replacement. As a result, they avoid making the call for a furnace replacement and often settle for the wrong technicians at the very last minute. Moore Home Services want you to avoid all of this.
We are serious about your home comfort. Moore Home Services is committed to delivering exceptional heating, air conditioning and plumbing for all homes. That is why we promise 100 percent worry-free and hassle-free service.
We take care of you and your home from beginning to end. We promise friendly customer service and exceptional technical care. When you choose us for you furnace replacement, we promise:
- Friendly and professional technicians
- Helpful call center representatives
- Timely appointments
- Genuine parts
- High quality services
Elevate your home with superior heating and air conditioning service from the best technicians in your area.
Furnace Replacement With Moore Home Services Saves Home and Comfort
A furnace replacement is not something you need to fear. Even though it can be a huge headache to deal with, Moore Home Services makes these appointments simple and easy for homeowners. So, when you need service don’t shy away. A furnace replacement is a fantastic way to help improve the home.
Why do you need to replace your furnace?
- You don’t like your heating
- You pay too much for heating
- You’re uncomfortable at home
- You don’t like your home air quality
First and foremost, replacing your furnace restores efficient heating for your home, so you get to enjoy your home at the desired temperature. A furnace replacement also helps keep the unit healthy and strong by relieving any additional burden that the unit might have if replacements were not done. Repairs also elevate home productivity, comfort and peace of mind.
We rely on our heating almost every day. Keeping it in a good working order is vital if we want to enjoy the place where we live. If you need furnace replacements, work with Moore Home Services.
To avoid additional complications, remember not to:
- Use the heating despite needed repairs
- Ignore furnace replacement
- Demand too much from the unit
Know When You Need To Replace Your Furnace With Moore Home Services
Procrastinating on a furnace replacement wreaks havoc on the heating unit. So, it is very important that you recognize when you need a furnace replacement. Most homeowners know when the furnace is in trouble because it shows some very obvious signs.
For example, big signs that your furnace needs to be replaced:
- Complete loss of control over heating
- Limited access over heating
- Blank or blinking thermostat
- No airflow
- Loud, grating or worrying noises during operation
When you encounter these large problems, you know with certainty that there is an issue within the furnace that needs the attention of a technician. But other times, the signs are not so apparent.
More subtle signs that you need a furnace replacement include:
- Changes with indoor air quality
- Changes in home comfort
- Changes with home productivity
- Aggravated allergies or asthma
- Reduced airflow
- Inconsistent or inaccurate temperature
- Increases in the utility bill
Even though these signs are smaller, it does not mean that there is no issue growing inside the system. Be sure that when you experience any of these signs, you turn the central air system off. Then, call Moore Home Services for a hassle free furnace replacement.
The Top Causes of Furnace Replacements
There are several different reasons why your furnace has technical issues. Typically, it is a combination of reasons and it really depends on your heating unit and your usage habits.
Some reasons why you need to replace your furnace includes:
- Physical damages to the unit
- Spoiled or expired parts
- Preexisting repairs and damages
- Poor service from previous technician
- Old age
- Misuse, overuse and abuse
The average lifespan of a furnace is 10 to 20 years with good care and usage habits. Unfortunately, many furnaces do not get maintained regularly, which is why homeowners face furnace replacement questions often and early. However, if your furnace is on the older side and you find yourself calling for furnace repairs over and over again, it may be time to retire the unit. It would be more cost-effective and comfortable for you to install a brand new unit.
For younger units, a combination of buildup and natural wear cause furnace repairs. Natural wear cannot be avoided. The more we use our heating, the more parts wear down and age. They lose their shape and precision and eventually need to be repaired. However, with proper care habits we can prevent early aging and early repairs.
Buildup is another huge reason homeowners experience furnace issues. Buildup is a collection of dirt, particles and germs that accumulate inside of the furnace. These particles come from inside and outside the house.
What types of particles contribute to buildup?
- Textile fibers
- Animal dander
- Human dander
- Fecal matter
- Dust and dust mites
- Organic yard waste
- Microbiological growth
As airflow moves through the heating unit, these particles stick to the interior, coating fins, blades, coils, motors and wires. Over time, more and more particles stick and grow into tough buildup.
Tough buildup can and does disrupt the heating process. It can stop pieces from moving the way they should. It adds stress to the system. Buildup also dislodges parts, splits them or breaks them altogether. While it begins small, buildup is a huge cause of serious furnace replacements.
Fortunately, buildup can be prevented. Moore Home Services suggests annual tune-ups to prevent up to 90 percent of all furnace replacements. With maintenance, your technician restores:
- Energy efficiency
- Air quality
- Home comfort
- Peace of mind
Maintenance is a fantastic way to deliver comprehensive care for your unit, removing buildup and delivering all the fixes that your furnace needs for healthy and reliable heating performance.
The Furnace Repairs You Need According to Problem
There are a lot of different parts that make up your furnace. They each have a different function that contributes to overall heating. When one part needs replacement, surrounding and related parts suffer. This is how repairs spread.
You don’t need to know what each piece of your furnace does, but it helps to know what’s changed to determine what repair you might need.
When it comes to furnace replacement parts, it typically comes down to negative changes in:
- Heating performance
- Access or control
- Energy efficiency
- Indoor air quality
- Home comfort
Maybe you don’t know exactly what’s going on with your furnace. That’s OK. All that matters is that you know something is not right and that your home comfort is compromised.
What type of furnace replacements might you need? If you struggle with energy efficiency, you need furnace replacements for:
- Air duct leaks
- Poor insulation
- Dirty air filters
The home has holes and leaks everywhere, which is why heat loss is a serious issue. Insulation is what seals the home against heat loss. In turn, insulation lowers energy spending so you can enjoy all of your heating, trapping the heat inside the home. Insulation can wear depending on its condition and material, so if you do not have insulation or need maintenance, call your technician for furnace repairs.
Air duct leaks are uncommon, but when they do happen, indoor air quality plummets. This is because air ducts are kept in the attic, where air is very, very dirty. When the air ducts have tears, dirty attic air enters through the ducts and into the home. Air duct leaks are urgent repairs.
Dirty or overused air filters also cause poor indoor air quality. Air filters should be replaced every two or three months, but many homeowners make the mistake of overusing the same filter for extended periods of time. Unfortunately, this does more harm than good and actually results in expensive furnace replacements rather than savings.
If you struggle with poor indoor air quality but do not suspect air duct leaks, try replacing the air filter. This is simple to do and can be done without a technician’s supervision.
If you lost access or control over heating, you may need service for:
- Non-operative thermostats
- Air duct leaks
- Burnt control boards
- Corroded wires
- Stalled blower motors
Thermostats are the remote control to the heating unit. Without it, we lose access and control over heating. While many homeowners underestimate the thermostat, it need furnace replacements just like any other part of the heating unit. You will know if you need to replace your furnace if your thermostat screen is blank, non-responsive, blinking or splintered. Older thermostats are prone to buildup as well.
Keep in mind that thermostats may need to be replaced. Smart thermostats and programmable thermostats allow homeowners a wider range of control over heating and air conditioning. Many thermostats remember favorite settings, allow personal programs, deliver data and even allow access from outside the house.
Seriously consider a thermostat replacement if you want consistent and precise control over heating and home comfort with optimal personalization.
Schedule Your Furnace Replacement with Moore Home Services
Moore Home Services wants to make your home heating the best possible with high quality furnace replacements. No matter what you struggle with, we have the technicians who restore home comfort and peace of mind.
Why work with Moore Home Services?
- We have over 100 years of HVAC experience
- We service all makes and models
- We offer a 12-month satisfaction guarantee
- We won several Angie’s List Super Service Awards
- We are committed to excellence
Our technicians are super friendly, very professional and highly trained. We never push for unnecessary repairs or services. We also guarantee your total satisfaction with each and every visit.
We really want you to be happy at home and experience the best comfort through superior heating, air conditioning and plumbing. It’s 100 percent right or 100 percent free. For questions or to book our team for furnace replacements, please request an appointment.