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Why You Shouldn't Put off Your Annual AC Inspection


Why Electric Furnaces Are So Popular For Home Heating

People choose all different types of heating systems for their homes. However, one popular option is to install an electric furnace. You might have found that a lot of your neighbors have an electric furnace, for example. If you are curious about why these heating systems are so popular, consider the good reasons below.

You Don't Need a Separate Gas Tank and Line

If you choose to install a gas-powered furnace in your home, you will need to make sure that you have a steady supply of gas for it. This means you have to worry about installing a gas tank, if you don't already have one, and gas lines will also need to be installed. You'll also need to find out about gas deliveries. If you purchase an electric furnace, however, you don't have to worry about a gas tank or gas lines. Instead, you can use the electricity that is already supplied to your home.

You Don't Have to Worry About the Same Safety Issues

Of course, it is important to make sure that your electric furnace is installed properly and that the electrical wiring that runs to your electric furnace is in good condition. You don't have to worry about some of the safety issues that go along with gas heating systems, however, such as carbon monoxide poisoning or gas line leak risks.

They're Often Cheaper to Purchase and Install

Naturally, it's worth the money to buy and install a good heating system for your home. After all, you and your family members will be able to enjoy your heating system's heat on the coldest days of the year. Additionally, installing a good heating system in your home can help you ensure that your home maintains its value.

However, at the same time, you might be hoping to purchase and install a heating system for a reasonable price. Luckily, an electric furnace can be a great choice if you're on a tight budget. Typically, when compared to gas-powered furnaces and other heating systems that are designed for a home of the same size, you will find that an electric furnace is going to be one of your cheapest — if not the cheapest — option. Additionally, installation is often more affordable for electric furnaces, too.

If cost is something that you are seriously concerned about, then you should talk to a heating contractor and get quotes for the purchase and installation of a few different types of furnaces. Then you can choose the most budget-friendly system.

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Why You Shouldn't Put off Your Annual AC Inspection

I almost always have my air conditioner inspected every spring before I start using it in the summer. However, last year I decided to skip the inspection. Everything had been OK for the last couple of years, so I assumed that it would be fine this year as well. Why not save a few dollars and skip the annual check up, just this once? Of course, this was the year that my air conditioner decided to break down. It ran for a few days, but it never really seemed to get cool enough to bring the indoor temperature down. Then it started making a loud noise, right before shutting off completely. By that time, the AC repair company was swamped like it always is when the weather is warm, and I had to wait days for an appointment. Next year, I will definitely be getting that yearly inspection first.

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