Does your old furnace need constant attention and repairs? Is it making strange, startling noises out of nowhere? Does it turn on and off without you asking it to? If you answered yes to any of these questions, it may be time to retire your furnace. Even though it may have served you well in the past, the average lifespan of a furnace is 10-20 years. If your home heating system is reaching the end of its life, you should allow it to age gracefully and replace it before it has the chance to malfunction completely. A newer furnace will be up to date and more energy efficient. You will also have peace of mind knowing that your heat will be reliable and uninterrupted.
Here at Rebmann Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, we are committed to your customer satisfaction. Your trust is very important to us – we take great pride in our work. We offer a one-year warranty on all products and services to be confident in choosing us for your home and plumbing needs.
We’ve also earned:
At Rebmann, we helped our first clients nearly a century ago. Since then, we have learned that through a combination of service, hard work, and experience, any job can turn into a long-term friendship. Our trained and certified specialists are ready to assist you with any design, installation, sales, and servicing that your home heating system may need.
An old furnace retirement done by one of our qualified retirement technicians will deliver:
We go the extra mile to make things as easy for you as possible, so what are you waiting for? Call us today if you are thinking about retiring your furnace. Once your home is being heated properly and efficiently, you will notice the difference immediately. Replacing your old, outdated heating system is an investment that will pay for itself in the long run.
With any job performed by us, we guarantee:
When it’s all said and done, our goal is to keep you and your family safe and satisfied regardless of the cost. Call us today if you’re thinking about retiring your furnace – we look forward to hearing from you!