Everett Furnace Repair & Installation
The Right Solutions for Heating Problems in Seattle & Beyond
To stay warm and dry during the brisk winters and chilly autumns in Washington, every resident will need a reliable furnace. Our specialists provide Everett furnace repair and installation you can count on. From selecting the right furnace for your needs to troubleshooting faulty systems, we do the job right from the beginning.
Let our qualified HVAC professionals at Legacy One Heating offer personalized support when you call us at (425) 728-2459 or speak to us online.
Which Kind of Furnace Is Right for You?
Choosing the right furnace for the home can be a daunting task. There are several types of furnaces to choose from, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Residents should carefully consider the size of their home, their budget, and their goals for energy efficiency.
A few examples of the most common types of furnaces include:
- Gas furnaces – These are the most popular type of furnace, using natural gas to heat the home. Because they are so efficient, they provide a constant, reliable source of heat.
- Electric furnaces – Since these furnaces use electric resistance coils to generate heat, they are typically less expensive to install than gas furnaces. However, they can be more expensive to operate, depending on how often they’re used.
- Oil furnaces – Furnaces that use oil are less common than gas or electric furnaces but can be a good option for homes without access to natural gas.
What Occurs During Furnace Maintenance?
Similar to any other mechanical system, furnaces need some TLC on a regular basis to make sure they operate as they should. But what occurs during the actual check-up? Typically, experts will arrange for a thorough inspection of the system from top to bottom. First, they will check the thermostat settings to ensure that the furnace is running at the desired temperature. It is also key to inspect the electrical connections, motors, and other internal parts for signs of wear and tear.
The technician will clean or replace the furnace filter to improve indoor air quality and prevent dust and debris from entering the system. They will also inspect the furnace's heat exchanger, which helps to transfer heat from the fuel source to the air. If any issues are found, the technician may recommend additional repairs or replacements.
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How Long Can a Furnace Typically Last?
Every resident wants to be assured that their furnace is going to provide the best bang for their buck, but there is no single answer for how long a furnace will last. A furnace’s lifespan can vary greatly depending on several factors. On average, a gas furnace can last anywhere from 15 to 20 years, while electric furnaces can last up to 30 years. Oil furnaces typically have a lifespan of around 20 years, while propane ones may last up to 30 years. Regardless of the furnace type, proper maintenance will extend the system’s longevity, so ask our team at Legacy One Heating for regular checkups.
Keep your system running efficiently and safely with dedicated Everett furnace repair and installation by calling us at (425) 728-2459 for a complimentary estimate.
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