An inefficient furnace can leave some of the rooms in your house uncomfortable in the winter, and poor indoor air quality can affect your family’s health. If you are concerned about either of these issues, contact Chud Air Conditioning, Heating, and Duct Cleaning for New Hope heating and air. A technician can inspect your system and replace one or more components, if necessary, so your family will be ready for winter.
A New Furnace Can Keep You Comfortable and Save You Money
A furnace, like other appliances, becomes less efficient over time. If your heating bills have gradually been rising and you aren’t sure why, it may be because the furnace is not working efficiently. The furnace may have required a series of recent repairs, some rooms in your home may be hotter or colder than others, or the system may be unusually loud. All of these are signs that your furnace is old and showing signs of wear and tear and that it may be time to replace it.
Improving Indoor Air Quality Can Help Your Family Stay Healthy
The amount of pollutants in the air inside your house may be much higher than the levels in outdoor air. That can be a problem, especially during the winter, when you and your family spend most of your time indoors and keep the windows closed.
Poor indoor air quality can affect your family’s health. Mold, dust, pet dander, bacteria, and volatile organic compounds can lead to coughing and sneezing. Pollutants can also aggravate existing respiratory problems, such as asthma.
Your house may have problems with dust and humidity because of issues with the ductwork. We can clean the ducts and install air cleaners that can filter the air in your house. Those measures can dramatically improve your home’s indoor air quality, keep the indoor humidity at a comfortable level, and protect your family’s health, regardless of the season. Air cleaners are cost effective and require only simple routine maintenance.
Get Your House Ready for Winter
Early fall is the ideal time to replace your furnace or to work on purifying the air inside your house. Call (215) 659-4343 to learn more about New Hope heating and air or to schedule an appointment.Schedule Yardley Heating Services to Get Your Home Ready for Winter » « Heating Maintenance Checklist for Homeowners