System ‘Bee’yond Repair? We’ll Bee Right There!
No heating system lasts forever. So, eventually, you’ll find a furnace repair won’t “bee” enough to keep warmth swarming around your home. You’ll need a completely new system.
Whether it’s time to replace your aged or inefficient furnace or you need to install a furnace in your new home, you can count on our worker bees to do it right! When you trust your furnace installation to us, we’ll assess the layout and size of your home along with your comfort demands to determine the ideal furnace for you and your family. We’ll then install your new unit flawlessly!
‘Bee’ Cautious of These Replacement Warning Signs
While furnaces can last for up to 20 years or more, every system reaches a point where it will wear out and needs to be replaced. So, how do you know when it’s time to replace your furnace? Keep your eyes peeled for these telltale signs:
- Your furnace is 15 or more years old.
- It requires frequent repairs.
- Your energy bills are skyrocketing.
- You notice strange noises while your unit is operating.
- It’s delivering inconsistent or inadequate heating.
- The pilot light is flickering red instead of blue, indicating CO2 is present.
There’s no ifs, ands or “buzz” about it: Having to replace your furnace is a sting to your budget. Good thing we offer convenient financing options, which prove to be un“bee”lievably helpful with paying for you’re a new furnace—and other major home comfort purchases!
‘Hive’ Five for Furnace Options!
For optimum efficiency and the lowest possible operating costs, it’s important to choose the right heat source for your home. At Bee Right There, we have some sweet options for you to choose from, which include:
- Electric furnaces: Electricity-powered furnaces have a lower upfront cost and tend to be smaller than other types of units. But, depending on the electricity costs in your area, they can be expensive to run.
- Gas furnaces: A natural gas furnace is typically more energy efficient and less expensive to operate than an electric furnace. This system requires ductwork and access to a gas line. Gas furnaces need more maintenance than electric furnaces. However, when properly maintained, a gas furnace can outlive an electric furnace by as much as 10 years!
- Oil furnaces: If your home doesn’t have access to a natural gas line, an oil furnace might be the right option. Keep in mind, though, that this type of furnace is considered less efficient than a gas furnace.
Don’t have ductwork in your home? You’ll be hap”bee” to know we offer a ductless comfort solution for you—a ductless mini-split.
Our Flawless Furnace Installations Are Un‘bee’table!
If you need to replace your existing system or you’d like to install a new furnace in your home, give us a buzz at 805.864.2276 or fill out our form today!