At what age should I replace my furnace?
On average, most furnaces last between 10 to 15 years. Depending on individual circumstances and the maintenance record, some furnace models will last longer. Generally speaking, you should plan on replacing your furnace after a decade of use, especially here in northwest Ohio, where the system runs all winter long for years in a row.
What are some signs that my old furnace needs replacing?
First of all, a complete furnace breakdown is an opportunity to upgrade to a new furnace. However, if your older furnace is still running but is racking up high energy bills, it might be time to make the switch. Or, if your furnace is producing poor heating, with multiple hot and cold spots. Give Tin Man a call today for an estimate.