Now that the cooler weather is here and 2017 is right around the corner, now is the time to invest in Furnace Upgrade Benefits for the next year.

January is shaping up to be cold which means relying more and more on your home’s heating system in order to maintain a comfortable climate within the home.

And because of this, you may want to consider a furnace upgrade — especially if you’ve been using yours for a long time and it already has a history of giving you problems during the most crucial times.

“Upgrading to a new furnace may just turn out to be one of the smartest decisions you make for your home during these chilly months.”

Aside from the fact that you won’t have to worry at all about your furnace conking out on you due to frequent use (and forcing all the members of your family to wear layers upon layers of clothing just to stay warm indoors).

There is actually a bundle of other benefits you can get from a new furnace.

The first benefit from a Furnace Upgrade is energy and money savings.

New furnaces on the market are designed not only for higher efficiency (in heating your home), but also lower energy consumption.

You definitely won’t have to worry much about how long you can keep your furnace working (even if it’s a ductless heating system) because your monthly bill won’t be astronomically high.

A second benefit is that the latest models of furnaces are more durable.

You can expect to get longer functional mileage out of them. You won’t have to upgrade for a really long time, which means you actually get the best bang for your cash output.

Third, newer models have more useful features and abilities.

There are even those that will allow for heat to be distributed only to specific locations of the home, or models that make sure that all areas of the home are warmed evenly (no cold spots).

There are also those with features that will allow you to manage the temperature using your smartphone of your computer inside your house even if you’re away on vacation for several days.

And the last benefit is that you can get a tax rebate; that’s more money for you if you get an Energy Star-rated furnace with 95% AFUE, so make sure you get a furnace that meets that standard.

A furnace upgrade will certainly cost you some money, but all the benefits you get from this decision will easily outweigh that cost. Consult your local HVAC specialist about which furnace models are ideal for your home and your budget.

If any of these Furnace Problems apply to you then don’t hesitate to contact Ventwerx for a service call!