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Are You Looking to Install a New Furnace or Replace an Old Model?
When deciding upon the proper furnace for any space, it’s important that you deal with a professional HVAC technician. We need to know the internal dimensions of the space that will be heated, the number of rooms therein, and how many floors are in the home. Each factor determines what the ideal heating capacity of your space should be. We take that information into consideration when helping you select a new gas or electric furnace from Trane, Lennox and Daikin. You want your furnace to work only as much as it needs to in order to heat your internal space; otherwise, you are wasting money on excessive energy use and putting unnecessary wear and tear on its components.
If you find that your furnace no longer functions as well as it should, or it is old and has broken down for the last time, you can rely on our team for all of your furnace replacement needs in Coeur d’Alene, ID. We can give you a detailed assessment of your existing furnace so that you make an informed decision, rather than a hasty one. We can remove your old furnace carefully and integrate the new one seamlessly into your existing HVAC ductwork.
Natural gas is a popular fuel type option. Gas furnaces provide a high degree of energy efficiency and they are a great choice if you already have gas piping installed. Look at the cost of natural gas in your area compared to other utilities to help identify whether it will be worthwhile to run on a month–by–month basis.
If you would rather not use natural gas in the home, or cannot, then you may want to opt for an electric furnace. They work exactly like other types of furnaces, but rely on an electric heating element to heat your air as it passes through the indoor air handler.
Are You Having Problems with Your Furnace in Coeur d’Alene, ID?
We not only install new systems and replace old ones; we also provide excellent furnace repair and furnace maintenance services throughout the greater Coeur d’Alene, ID area. We can make certain that your heater works exactly as it should with an annual tune–up. Preventive maintenance truly is the key to ensuring that your system operates at peak efficiency. But sometimes problems are inevitable, which is why we offer emergency furnace repair services 24/7.
We Offer Furnace Repair Service
In order to make certain that your furnace works as efficiently as it was intended to, it is important to have quality furnace repairs performed as soon as they are needed. When you hire a heating service company to perform any repairs on your home’s furnace, you want to know that they have the experience and training to do the job right. If you live near Coeur d’Alene, ID, this is easy to do. Simply call ACI Northwest. When you hire our team of professionally trained furnace repair technician you can rest easy, knowing that they possess the skills, training and know–how to ensure that your furnace is working at its maximum performance level.
When Are Furnace Repairs Needed?
Listen when your furnace speaks; it usually only has something to say when something has gone wrong. Some obvious signs will appear when something is wrong and furnace repairs are needed. Take notice and take action. This will allow your furnace technician to fix the small issues before they snowball into larger furnace repairs that are more costly to fix.
- Decreased amount of heat produced compared to previous ability
- Increased energy bills associated with furnace use
- Smoke, dust, or debris comes out of vents
- Stuffy air becomes a problem
- Unusual smells come from the furnace or vents, or carbon monoxide is detected
- Odd noises which it has never made before begin to come from the furnace
We Offer Furnace Maintenance Programs
Scheduling to have preventive furnace maintenance is essential in keeping your furnace working properly through its highest times of usage. Hiring a HVAC technician to perform furnace maintenance will mean that small furnace issues are addressed during the inspection, resulting in less need for furnace repairs later on down the line, as well as fewer emergency repairs. The best way to avoid big problems is to deal with any little problems as soon as the manifest.
You can help to maintain the health of your furnace yourself as well. Do your own small maintenance routine regularly by keeping the area around the furnace free of clutter and cleaning the vents which are easily reached with a vacuum cleaner attachment or hand duster. This will ensure that heater air moves as easily as it can through your residential or commercial space. Remember, even the smallest issues that your heating system faces can degrade your furnace and the quality of its performance over the years of if lifespan.
We recommend that furnace maintenance be performed once every year. It is ideal to have this maintenance performed before the cold season really kicks in, as this is when use of the heating system will be most heavily relied upon. The maintenance on furnaces will include an inspection checking for strong connections, proper gas pressure, any leaks in the gas line, burner combustion and heat exchange, cracks in the furnace, the pilot and assembly, and soot build–up removal. Normally any furnace repairs which are necessary will be handled at this time as well, before they are able to worsen.
Call ACI Northwest today for further details on our Coeur d’Alene, ID and Spokane, WA furnace services.