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Whether your heating system is old and fails or you’re ready to upgrade to a more efficient system for your home, Heritage Home Service is here to help your family stay comfortable throughout the coldest months of the year.

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What to Do When Your Furnace Fails

There are many reasons why your furnace may fail. Something may be broken or running improperly or maybe the unit’s taken its last breath. No matter why your furnace needs replaced, Heritage’s expert team is here for you.

We’ll schedule a service call, come to your home, figure out precisely what the issue is and make recommendations on what your furnace options are available to you. Every home is different. Our experts will ensure the right furnace is installed in no time. We’ll present you with all the options available for your home so you can make the right decision on what heating system to install.


Furnace Installation and Replacement Services in NH

Furnace Installation Services

Heritage offers a variety of installation services when you need a new heating system. Our team continually educates itself on the latest systems on the market and what works best in different home layouts and situations.

Depending on the age of your home, its layout, and what system enhancements you are interested in, we’ll make recommendations based on the best possible unit to install every time. From there, our team will work with you to provide a transparent estimate on the costs involved to get the job done.

Gas Furnaces

Gas furnaces are most commonly used in New Hampshire and Massachusetts because of their overall price. They are more efficient than oil furnaces and are usually less expensive to operate due to natural gas prices. Gas furnaces can emit more carbon monoxide than other types of furnaces if the fuel isn’t burning cleanly so it’s recommended to have a safety check performed once per year. Making sure you have a functional carbon monoxide detector and checking the batteries twice a year is another way to keep your family safe – with or without a gas furnace installed.

Oil Furnaces

Oil furnaces used to be the most popular choice for the Northeast United States. They can heat large areas of your home evenly and offer very little risk of carbon monoxide leakage in your home. They require an on-site oil storage tank to fuel your oil furnace, where you sign up for service to replenish your oil supply. Oil is often more expensive than natural gas and has a lower efficiency rating for heating your home. An oil system does provide more heating BTU’s per gallon than other heating sources, so while the fuel itself may not burn as efficiently, it generates more heat when it does.

Warning Signs That Indicate It’s Time for a New Furnace

  • Age Matters: If your furnace has been keeping you warm for over 15 years, it’s probably time to start considering a replacement. Most furnaces have a typical lifespan of about 15 to 20 years, provided they receive regular maintenance. If yours is getting up there in years, reach out to Heritage.
  • Rising Bills and Repairs: If your energy bills have been steadily climbing, and you find yourself calling for furnace repairs more frequently, it might be a sign that your aging furnace is working harder than it should. Older units, especially when not well-maintained, struggle to efficiently produce and distribute heat. This could be a good time to explore the idea of a new furnace.
  • Uneven Temperature in Rooms: Is one room in your home feeling like a sauna while another is an icebox? Older furnaces often have trouble evenly distributing heat, leading to inconsistent temperatures throughout your home. If you’re experiencing this issue, it’s a strong indication that it’s time to invest in a new furnace.
  • Soot or Rust Accumulation: The presence of soot or rust near your furnace register is a red flag. It suggests that your furnace isn’t functioning correctly and may even pose a danger to your home. Don’t wait—consider replacing your furnace immediately if you notice these signs.
  • Unwanted Noise: Furnaces should be like silent heroes, quietly keeping your home warm. When your furnace starts making excessive clanging and banging noises, it’s a clear signal that it’s time to think about replacing it.

By recognizing these warning signs and acting promptly, you can ensure the safety and comfort of your home. If you have any questions about furnace installation or replacement, give us a call!

Let Heritage Install Your Next Furnace and Keep You Warm for Life

It’s cold where we live in the winter. That’s an understatement at times. It snows, it’s icy, and nobody can get by without working heat. If you notice issues with your furnace or you believe it’s on its last leg, let Heritage guide your next big heating purchase. We’ll answer your questions, provide thorough recommendations, and give you the pricing you need to make the right decision for your home.

Trust us at Heritage to keep your family warm, comfortable, and safe with the right furnace for home. Call us today.

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