Furnace Replacement Service in Metairie and New Orleans LA
While a repair or two doesn’t necessarily mean you need a new furnace, if you are experiencing a lot of breakdowns you may start to contemplate furnace replacement. Bienvenu Brothers is the team you need to assist you with choosing and installing a new furnace for your home in Metairie. Our licensed professionals can help you assess your need for a new furnace, choose the best one for your needs, and complete installation. All you need is Bienvenu Brothers from start to finish. Call our office at (504) 835-7783 to get started today.
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Signs You Need a New Furnace
The signs that you need a new furnace aren’t always obvious. While frequent breakdowns and repairs may be a straightforward indication that you need furnace replacement, it also may just be the age of your system. If your system is more than 25-years old, you may want to begin looking at more modern replacements. An older furnace is not as energy-efficient as newer models. This can cost you a significant amount on your utility bills. If you are looking for ways to lower your monthly energy bill, furnace replacement may be an option.
Furnace Replacement Cost Estimate
The cost of furnace replacement can vary depending on the size and brand of furnace you want to choose for replacement. No matter your budget, we are happy to assist you in choosing the perfect system to keep your home warm and cozy. When you choose Bienvenu Brothers, you know that you will get affordable, quality services from a company you can trust. We are leaders in the industry, and as such we know the reputations of each brand. We can provide customized advice based on our knowledge and your individual heating set-up.
Oil, Gas, and Electric Furnace Replacement
Whether you need to replace a completely dead furnace or install a new heating system in the home, the job is considered an investment by most homeowners. Before you even begin the task of completing the new installation, it would be best to shop around for the right system for your needs, such as an oil, gas, or electric furnace that will match your desires.
To start, you should speak with our expert technicians about which type of fuel would best serve you. Most homeowners would prefer to stick with whatever is already in their home, minimizing the cost of labor and installation. There are great reasons to switch from one to the other, however, including the size of your home and your total monthly energy bills. Some fuel types are more efficient and will cost less to operate in the long run.
What do I do if I have a smell of soot?
If your home makes use of an oil furnace or any oil-burning heating equipment indoors, you need to keep a good nose out for the smell of soot. If this scent becomes evident in the home, shut down all equipment as soon as possible. Once all of the equipment has been shut down, call us for emergency services. Something with your furnace has gone wrong and either needs a repair somewhere in the system or needs to be replaced entirely. In any case, our expert technicians can successfully locate the problem and explain the situation to the homeowner. Upon laying out a clear plan, we can then begin working to solve the issue so you will not smell soot any longer.
Soot is bad for a number of reasons, such as being a sign that your furnace is not burning gas as it should or as efficiently as it could be. Soot can often be deposited on the heat exchanger, acting as an insulation barrier. This will lower your efficiency, increasing the monthly energy bill exponentially. Finally, soot is a combustible, which means a large buildup in the heating system can cause a fire.