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Don’t be stuck in the cold this winter. Give your furnace the attention it deserves with trusted service from Infiniti Air. Staffed with a highly experienced team of licensed technicians, we ensure that your furnace is in the best shape to run efficiently and effectively all season long, ensuring that you and your family are comfortable while keeping your energy bills down.
For furnace repair in Scarborough, York and Durham, our team is accessible 24/7 for emergency service, with a guarantee to provide top-notch service at a fair price. If you notice inconsistent heat within your home, a leak from your furnace, or strange noises from your heating system, contact our Toronto furnace repair team for an immediate inspection today.
We aim to provide highly efficient furnaces that will last, with proper care and maintenance. The efficiency rating is one of the most important things you should be looking for when deciding on which furnace to purchase. Efficient furnaces will have a smaller impact on the environment and will end up saving you dollars down the road!
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We aim to provide highly efficient furnaces that will last a long time. The efficiency rating is one of the most important things you should be looking for when deciding on which furnace to purchase. Efficient furnaces will have a smaller impact on the environment and will end up saying you hundreds of dollars down the road!
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Today’s high-efficiency gas furnaces can produce AFUE ratings north of 98%, which means that $0.98 of every dollar that you spend on heating actually goes into heating your home, as opposed to being lost up your exhaust chimney. This can translate into some serious energy savings on your next gas bill.
We at Infinity Air Conditioning & Heating carry a wide selection of furnaces with packages to fit any home budget. We are also experts in furnace repair and can service any make or model, no matter where you purchased it. 24hr emergency service is always available.
FAQ's - Furnaces
Your heating system is the largest energy expense in your home.
On average, a furnace accounts for about 45 percent of the average family’s energy bills. An annual cleaning is necessary to maintain efficiency and longevity of your furnace and heating system. You don’t want to be in the position where you either need to repair or replace your furnace.
The difference between the energy consumption of a well-maintained heat pump or furnace and a severely neglected one ranges from 10% to 25%.
For many, they wait until a problem exists. Yet in most cases, a problem arises after damage has already begun. To catch a problem early ensures that your equipment remains fully functional and operational, no matter if it sits for weeks without use, or is used 24 hours of the day.
With regular care, you’ll experience less downtime.
Now that we know that furnace cleaning is important, you’re probably curious about the best times to clean your furnace.
The best time to get your furnace cleaned is before and after the winter.
Getting your furnace cleaned before the winter is important. You’ll be able to clean out any dirt, dander, and other particulate matter that has built up over months of use.
If you use a professional cleaner, they can also check out your furnace for other functional problems. They can catch problems before they become too big to manage and can give you tips to keep your furnace running in peak condition.
You’ll also be able to see if there are any major repairs you need to make before the next winter.
It’s better to make essential furnace repairs in the spring when you don’t need it, instead of learning that there’s a problem in the middle of winter.
Most high-efficiency furnaces from quality manufacturers have a lifespan of 15 to 20 years. However, if regular annual maintenance or repairs have not been carried out on furnace, system may break or need replacing before its lifetime
Most manufacturer warranties last about 10 years, but with care and maintenance, homeowners can stay warm in the long cold winters years after their warranties expire.
Older and inefficient systems will provide signs of wear and tear that show they need repairs or a replacement. Some furnace signs include old age, needing major repairs, yellow or uneven flames and high energy bills to point a few.
Any furnace older than 10 years can significantly face more severe problems. If it has been properly maintained over the years, homeowners will likely have another 5 to 10 years of a working furnace. However, most warranties will expire by year 10 and with each new repair, the integrity of the system can also lessen. If the furnace is beyond 15 years or has not been maintained, homeowners should begin researching on the Furnace Replacement Cost Estimator and planning for a new furnace.
When any furnace continues to need repairs, it is time to think about replacing the system. While repairing one part of a furnace can keep the system running, it is likely to start the avalanche of other repairs. And, as the furnace ages, replacement parts may be harder to get or change out.
A proper natural gas furnace, will have a clear and crisp blue flame. The crisp flame indicates a healthy and clean system with no gas leaks or possible safety issues. Homeowners can check the flame while the system is running by peeking through the furnace’s cover vents. If the flame is yellow, it could mean the systems heat exchanger or burner needs to be cleaned, and possibly lead to more serious problems such as carbon monoxide leaks or other natural gas leaks. Yellow flames can be addressed immediately and a safely by a licensed professional.
High Energy Bills
Just like air conditioning, furnaces that are old and inefficient will increase the energy costs associated with running it. If homeowners experience an increase in energy costs during the winter months while using the furnace, the likely cause could be a furnace in need of replacement.
All in all, furnaces should be replaced prior to breaking down in order to assist homeowners in deciding after careful research. This ensures choosing the right furnace, the right contractor, and getting the replacement at the right cost. The most common reason homeowners replace a furnace is when it completely fails, but many homeowners with an older functional furnace consider a new installation for higher efficiency.
During annual maintenance and safety inspections, homeowners learn about the efficiency of their current system as well as possible repairs. When the repairs come at a higher cost or only last temporarily, that is the best time to start thinking about replacing the furnace.
It is important to keep in mind that even if a system is still working 20-25 years later, it could be sucking up energy and costing more money to operate than is necessary. It could be more beneficial and energy efficient to replace a furnace than let it live past its intended lifespan.