For Albuquerque homes and businesses, having a functioning heating system is essential. Our summers are hot, but our winters are still cold. So where do you turn when your furnace doesn’t seem to be creating the warm air you need during the colder winter months? Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing. If your furnace is on the fritz, certain rooms in your home don’t seem to warm up like you want, or you’re needing to update an older system, Bosque can help.
Most furnaces are designed to have a 12-15 year lifespan. But that doesn’t happen without regular maintenance and occasional repairs. In fact, many of the calls we get about furnaces are repair issues that could have been prevented with regular maintenance. It actually saves our customers money in the long run, and extends the life of their furnaces, to invest in regular maintenance for both residential and commercial settings. Often, when a furnace is running less than optimally, if it isn’t in that 12-15 year range yet our technicians will be able to repair parts to help the furnace run optimally.
If it does get to that time when you need a furnace replacement, and we do recommend being proactive for safety and convenience reasons, the technicians at Bosque are here to help! Our technicians are trained to examine your current ductwork and electrical to make sure your home is compatible with the furnace, and we are able to help you examine more energy-efficient options. Whatever your heating needs are, we provide each customer with a customized set of options with a variety of price points so you can pick what’s best for you.
Unfortunately, furnaces aren’t like cars, where they can leave you on the side of the road a few times before you decide to get a new one. Furnaces tend to just go out all at once. So if you don’t want a lapse in heating coverage, we recommend proactively replacing your furnace when it is nearing the 12-15 year lifespan window. And although we don’t lean into scare tactics, it is important to keep in mind that an older furnace can emit carbon monoxide, which at low levels can cause headaches and general feelings of being unwell. Making sure that your furnace is not on its last leg can prevent these milder symptoms, and of course, the more serious ones as well.
If your furnace is nearing the end of its life, needs repair, or you need new-build installation, Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing can help! We tackle each customer as an individual and provide customized solutions for everyone. Please contact us today with any questions you have about furnace repair, installation, and replacement in Albuquerque.