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Is It Time to Replace Your Heater?

Heating season is right around the corner, whether we’re ready or not. And if your heating system is not ready, you can run into all sorts of problems come wintertime. Is your heater nearing the end of its life? Now is the time to schedule replacement, to avoid the rush of winter and make sure that your family is comfortable throughout the season.

Signs Your System Is Done For

Your heating system could stop working suddenly. But if it’s nearing the end of its life, it will usually show some signs first. Consult with a technician the moment you notice issues with your heater, before you. Here are your signs that it’s time for your heating system to go.

  • Costly Repairs – When a technician tells you that repairing your faulty heater will be about half the price of a new one, replacement would make more sense.
  • Lots of Repairs – You seem to call a technician every few months. The cost is adding up, and it may be worth it to replace your heater for a more efficient one.
  • Older System with Poor Efficiency – After several years, a heating system starts to lose its effectiveness and efficiency. If you have a system that’s 10-15 years old or older and starting to act up, replacing it now can save you a lot of hassle later on.

Why You Should Replace Your Heater Today

Replace your heating system today so that you don’t have to deal with it later on! Think about it: your heater is broken down in the middle of a cold winter night, and you’re rushing to find a technician. Most likely, you’ll have to pay for emergency heating service. This will come with extra cost and quite a hassle.

When you replace your heater early, you can plan for the replacement and know you’ll be prepared for winter with the most efficient, durable system possible installed by quality technicians.

Bartels Heating & Cooling offers heating services in Oxford and the surrounding areas. Call us today!

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