It’s time for a new furnace

My furnace is just about an antique.

It was already installed when both of us bought the house.

Every one of us have now lived here almost twenty years. Every one of us expected to replace the oil furnace within the first couple of years, and some other project constantly took precedence. The home needed a new roof and new windows. Every one of us decided to remodel the family room and bathrooms. The water furnace ruptured and flooded the basement. Every one of us wanted a sectional couch and a new television. The furnace has continued to operate year after year. Every winter, it usually requires some minor repair. Every fall, I schedule professional service for the system. The supplier constantly warns myself and others that the furnace is reaching the end of its service life and suggests that I invest into a new model. I’ve researched the latest innovations in furnaces. There are options on the market that achieve a 98% AFUE rating. They include cost-saving and convenient features such as flexible-speed technology, zone control and WIFI connectivity. My hubby and I realize that a new furnace would reduce our utility bills, improve comfort and supply healthier indoor air pollen levels. It’s just such a substantial investment. Every one of us keep putting the project off for another year. I am upset that our furnace will quit in the middle of a Wintertide blizzard and not be worth fixing. Every one of us will abruptly be without heat when the temperature is down to twenty below zero. Instead of taking our time and choosing the ideal furnace for our needs, we’ll be forced to accept whatever model is available. I have decided that both of us need to schedule a furnace replacement this summer. I believe both of us won’t regret it.


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