Mom Reading to Daughter in a comfy and warm. High Efficient Furnace keep your home warm and are cost efficient.

Heating your home is a pretty substantial investment, whether you’re installing a new furnace to replace a defunct unit, or putting in an entirely new system.

The average cost of a new furnace in the Philadelphia area in 2017 is $5,326, although some units can be as high as $10,000. The cost of a high efficiency furnace all depends on the type of system you choose and the brand you buy.

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There are some things in life where it’s easy to tell when something’s gone wrong.

You know when your car has a flat tire. You know when milk has gone bad. You know when you’re getting a cold.

But when it comes to your hot water heater, it’s often not that easy to tell when it’s time for a new unit, unless you know what to look for.

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A lot is riding on your hot water heater.

So much is riding on your hot water heater.

Just think about your morning routine: if you want a refreshing shower, clean clothes and an easy way to wash your breakfast dishes, you need a reliable hot water heater.

But like any essential household appliance, a water heater won’t last forever. Sooner or later, it will need to be replaced. In this blog post, we’ll help you prepare for that important step.

What’s the cost of a water heater replacement?

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Common Heating Unit Issues

Fixing your furnace may be easier than you think.

When you hear hoofbeats, think of horses, not zebras.

That was Dr. Theodore Woodward of the University of Maryland School of Medicine in the 1940s, advising his students to look for simple explanations before turning to more outlandish answers.

The same holds true when it comes to diagnosing heating unit issues: While there are any number of reasons why your furnace might be malfunctioning, some problems are more common than others.

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Heating your home is your biggest utility expense.

Heating your home usually represents your biggest utility expense. But you can reduce the amount of money you spend on heating each year with a new, more energy-efficient furnace.

In this week’s blog post, we’ll discuss how to find your unit’s AFUE rating, to determine how much fuel it’s wasting, and whether you need a new high-efficiency furnace.

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