Your furnace will likely need some repair over its lifetime — but there will come a time when it makes more sense to replace the whole unit, rather than continuing with constant repairs. But how do you know when you’ve hit that limit and it’s best to schedule furnace replacement?

Warranty Coverage
Your furnace should have come with a warranty from the manufacturer and installation guarantees from the HVAC company. If your heating system is no longer covered under these warranties and guarantees, you’ll have to pay for both parts and labour out of pocket — and these expenses can quickly add up. Instead of adding to the furnace repair bills, schedule a furnace replacement and rest easy knowing that you’ll be protected with new manufacturer warranties and guarantees.

Protection Plans
Many HVAC installation companies offer their own protection plans that offer a number of benefits. In addition to yearly inspections and maintenance, many protection plans offer homeowners discounts on repairs and parts. However, if you have an older furnace and don’t currently have a plan in place, it could be very difficult to get an HVAC company to agree to add your furnace to a protection plan.

If your furnace is no longer protected under manufacturer warranties, installation guarantees or a protection plan — you should seriously consider furnace replacement rather than continual furnace repair. With a new installation, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that your heating system will be covered and you won’t be responsible for out of pocket expenses.

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