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Heating technician installing a new furnace in the basement of a home in New Haven County, CT

Furnace Replacement in New Haven County, CT

As the Connecticut winter steadily approaches, you may be wondering whether your current furnace is ready to brace the cold. If you have an old, inefficient model struggling to keep your house warm, you should really consider a furnace replacement instead. At Air Specialties, we’ll be happy to help you replace your outdated heater. Why should you choose us to take care of your furnace replacement? Here are just six of the many reasons:

Furnace Replacement in New Haven County, CT

As the Connecticut winter steadily approaches, you may be wondering whether your current furnace is ready to brace the cold. If you have an old, inefficient model struggling to keep your house warm, you should really consider a furnace replacement instead. At Air Specialties, we’ll be happy to help you replace your outdated heater. Why should you choose us to take care of your furnace replacement? Here are just six of the many reasons:

Heating technician installing a new furnace in the basement of a home in New Haven County, CT
  • Our technicians are licensed
  • We have planned extended service warranties available
  • You get free estimates with every unit replacement
  • Our 24-hour call services ensure we’re always available to help
  • We service every furnace make and model
  • We make you our number one priority!

Is it Time to Call it Quits with Your Current Furnace?

We know that most homeowners think their current furnace can hang on for just a little while longer. This may not always be the best decision. Forcing an old, inefficient furnace to heat your whole home will not only leave you shivering on a cold winter night after the imminent breakdown, but it’ll also force you to cough up more money for your monthly utility bills. 

Sometimes the best course of action is to shop for a furnace replacement before it becomes an emergency situation. Continue reading to learn about the signs of a damaged furnace unit.

You’ll know it’s time to replace your current furnace when:

  • Frequent Repairs: How many furnace repair services have you scheduled in the past two years? You’ll know your unit is at the end of its lifecycle when you have a technician visiting your home regularly for repairs.  
  • Banging Noises: If you’re hearing loud noises coming from your heating system, you likely have some internal damage going on. Sometimes a simple repair can do the trick, but you may also be looking at a whole replacement. 
  • Uneven Heating: As wear and tear become predominant throughout the system, its performance will decrease as a result. If former services haven’t fixed this issue, it’s time to shop for a new heater. 

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"Great service. I'm very grateful for their expertise, professionalism and quality of work. For relatively new house owner such jobs can be daunting and they made the experience seems so easy and effortless. I will recommend Air Specialties for anyone who may need their services." -Edita Tamulionyte
"They came on time, half hour was good to get the furnace work again, was my first time with this company and I will hire them again in the future." -Max Adams
"Excellent service. Mike was terrific!. Prompt, honest, fair priced and work was done with professionalism. Left area very clean. I will certainly use this company again and recommend it highly." -Gayle Hoffman
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