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Furnace Installation Canoga Park
There's also an ongoing cost factor to consider. Restoring your old furnace will only bring it back to its current level of energy efficiency. After you've recovered from the repair bills and the frustration of system breakdowns, you still won't save on your energy bills.
Even 10 year old heaters are considered grossly inefficient by today's energy efficiency standards. So are most heaters built before 1982. So you could save up to 60% on your energy bills with new high-efficiency equipment. That's why installing a new furnace system can actually pay for itself in energy savings within a relatively short time.
When one component of your system breaks down unexpectedly, it's easy to just focus on repairing or replacing that component. But each part of your system works with the others to boost efficiency and reliability, so it helps to keep the big picture in mind.
A new furnace installation with a new higher-efficiency model but leaving your old duct system in place, for example, won't allow you to enjoy all the efficiency advantages the furnace has to offer. Likewise, if you install a new furnace but don't get a humidifier, the air may seem cooler, forcing you to operate your new system at a higher temperature to be comfortable. Plus, you can often save on installation costs if you have several components of your system (for example, a furnace and air conditioner) replaced at the same time.