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Ask a West Chester Heating Contractor: Is my furnace too old?


How old is your furnace? Do you even know? Having an old furnace can be a risk to the comfort and safety of your family, especially in a typical West Chester winter. As the furnace ages, parts wear down and start to break or malfunction: this can cause simple issues like a drop in efficiency, or, could cause the system to break down completely.

Are you experiencing:

  • Strange noises coming from your furnace
  • Heightened gas or electric bills
  • Burning smells
  • Light smoke or smells on start-up

If you are experiencing any of these issues, then it’s time for you to consider a furnace replacement. Furnaces, like everything else, can’t last forever, even with routine maintenance. As they grow old, they become less efficient – running longer and harder to produce the same amount of heat – and cost you more money. Now that winter is in full swing, you don’t want to risk having your furnace break down when you need it most.

That’s where Feehan comes in. Our heating experts will come to your home, take out your current furnace, and install the new one that you decide best fits your needs.
Here’s a look at a typical furnace replacement with Feehan:

  1. Estimate to remove existing furnace to be recycled
  2. Supply and install the new furnace
  3. Supply and install necessary ductwork to tie into the system
  4. Supply and install a new thermostat
  5. Five-year warranty on parts and labor
  6. Pressurize the system for leaks and test out

Don’t be caught out in the cold without heat this winter, call the experts at Feehan today. We offer a full range of same-day emergency services to all Tri-County area residents 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our fully licensed and trained technicians’ trucks are always stocked and ready to go for any job you may need to be performed. We pride ourselves on giving the best service while being fast and affordable, too.

Call Feehan Plumbing & Heating today so we can assure you that you’ll be warm and comfortable all winter long.

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