From Furnaces to Boilers, Here Are Your Top Heating FAQs Answered
Your furnaces and boilers are big home investments, and at Cities 1 Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, we think it’s only right that you know as much about taking care of these heating systems as possible. With our heating FAQs, we’re answering some of your most burning HVAC questions so you can stay as comfortable as possible.
Read through them below, and if you don’t see your question answered, call us now at 651-274-6547.
On average, your furnace should last anywhere from 15 to 20 years. However, that range depends on a few different factors, such as how often it’s tuned up, the type of furnace you have, and how bad the winters have been.
It’s worth every penny. Routine system maintenance ensures your furnace or boiler will operate efficiently no matter what the winter might throw at you. It can even cut down on needed repairs, helping you save even more. Count on Cities 1 for annual HVAC service.
For standard one-inch filters, replace them once every one to three months to ensure proper airflow and better overall air quality. If you have the heavy-duty, four-inch media filters, you only have to replace them every six to 12 months. However, if you smoke or have pets, it’s a good idea to change your filter more often.
In short, yes. Newer boilers are much more efficient and easier on pipes than old steam models, so switching to a hot water system will quickly pay for itself.
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