Boise Heating Installation & ReplacementReplace your old heater and enjoy reduced costs and improved efficiency. Call us at (208) 939-4475 for expert Boise heating installation & replacement services.
Don’t wait until your heater bites the dust before you think of replacing it. Over the past few years, we’ve noticed more and more customers making an informed and proactive decision to upgrade their old heater before it completely breaks down. There are many federal cash incentives to get a more efficient heater and other benefits as well. Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning is Idaho’s trusted HVAC company serving all of Southern Idaho, including areas in and around Boise, Caldwell, Pocatello and Nampa, ID. Over the past 3 years alone, we’ve pulled over 5,000 permits to protect you and provide peace of mind. We believe in getting a job done right the first time. View some of our past customers’ testimonials when you click here.
When to Replace Your HeaterThere comes a time when you know repairing your broken down heater just isn’t going to cut it. Luckily, the home heating industry has evolved over the past few years. There are a number of much-improved heaters on the market now that make the decision to replace your heater much more enticing. Here are a few signs that your heater needs replacement:
- Frequent breakdowns. Does your local HVAC technician recognize your phone number and have the directions to your house memorized? When the cost of frequent repairs starts to add up, it might make financial sense to simply get a replacement.
- Old Age. Depending on if you have an oil or gas-powered heater, the longevity of your unit lasts between 10 to 20 years, with oil-powered heaters having a shorter lifespan. When your heater celebrates its 10 year birthday, it’s a good time to begin researching different heater options.
- Rust. Signs of corrosion are never a good thing. A rusted out heater becomes weakened and is more prone to cracks and leaks making it far less efficient and safe.
- Ballooning Energy Bills. If you’ve noticed a spike in your utility bill without an increase in usage, your old heater has become less efficient and requires more energy to heat your home.