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Furnace Repairs vs. Furnace Replacements

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Homeowners in the Orlando, Jacksonville, Haines City, and Tampa areas rely on their heating systems when the thermometer drops. If you’re experiencing issues with your furnace or have noticed a decline in efficiency or performance over the years, you may be faced with the decision of whether to repair or replace the unit. The team of experienced professionals at Air Flow Designs is here to help you make the right choice for your home, with expert advice on furnace repairs vs. furnace replacement in and around Central Florida.

Contact us online today to learn more or to schedule a consultation for furnace repairs or replacement in Orlando, Jacksonville, Haines City, or Tampa. 

Furnace Repair Services

The best way to protect your investment and ensure the safe, reliable performance of your furnace is with expert installation, maintenance, and repair services from a trusted, certified professional. Our furnace repair specialists are among the best in their field, and each one is chosen based on strict criteria for knowledge, experience, and integrity. We repair all makes and models of equipment, and no job is too big or too small for us to handle.

Benefits of Furnace Repair

Ignoring minor issues with your furnace can lead to further damage to the unit, and it may even compromise the safety and comfort of your home and family. Additional benefits of expert furnace repair include:

  • Energy savings
  • Enhanced air quality
  • Peace of mind
  • Uninterrupted service
  • And more!

Furnace Repair vs. Furnace Replacement

With an average life span of 15 to 20 years, your furnace will eventually need replacing, but you can help to enhance the performance and efficiency of your furnace by calling for professional furnace repair at the first signs of a problem, including the following:

  • A lack of comfort
  • Reduced airflow
  • Furnace won’t turn on
  • Some rooms are hotter or colder than others
  • Strange odors (NOTE: If you detect the smell of rotten eggs, you may have a gas leak and should evacuate your home immediately before calling for repair)
  • Strange, sudden, or loud noises
  • The furnace is short-cycling

If your furnace is older than 12 years, your energy costs are rising, and your furnace is unable to maintain the temperature in your home, you can trust the professionals at Air Flow Design for expert advice and furnace replacement.

Furnace Installation & Replacement Services

When you decide to replace your furnace, our certified technicians will perform a heating load calculation to ensure your new furnace is the right size for your home, which will maximize efficiency, comfort, and performance. We will safely remove your old furnace and install your new system using the latest tools and techniques, and we replace all makes and models of heating equipment. For added assurance that your furnace will operate efficiently when you need it, we also offer comprehensive furnace maintenance services to Florida homeowners, so you can protect your investment and prolong the service life of your home’s furnace.

Choose Air Flow Designs for Furnace Repair, Installation & Replacement Services in Florida

Whether your furnace stops working in the middle of a cold December night or is no longer able to maintain the temperature in your home, Air Flow Designs can help. We offer an accurate, flat-rate quote before we begin the work, with no hidden fees or surcharges. With over 62 years of service, it’s easy to see why we are one of the most trusted names in HVAC in the Orlando area.

If you need to schedule furnace repair or replacement for your Haines City, Orlando, Jacksonville, or Tampa home, contact us today! We’re standing by to bring you unmatched service at affordable prices!

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