Before performing furnace replacement, we always take the time to determine whether the unit is no longer functional.
All modern structures rely on heating and cooling systems to maintain the comfort level of the indoor atmosphere. Both residential and commercial buildings often contain furnaces, which are designed to produce heated air and move it throughout the space via ductwork. While a furnace can last for years when properly maintained, it doesn’t last forever.
When your furnace is nearing the end of its lifespan, it may give off a few warning signs. Loud operation with grinding or banging noises is one sign of trouble. You might also notice unpleasant odors in the air, an increase in the dust on the surfaces in your home or business, or rising energy bills. If your furnace is more than a decade old, this can also indicate that it’s almost time for a replacement.
At Cook’s Heating & Cooling, we’re experts in furnace replacement. We work with both residential and commercial clients located throughout the Rural Hall, North Carolina area to install replacement furnaces. Before performing furnace replacement, we always take the time to determine whether the unit is no longer functional. We don’t want to replace a perfectly good furnace that might have years of life left in it, especially if the problem can be resolved with a simple repair.
If we find that furnace replacement is the best option, we’ll give you an estimate and talk to you about our findings. Our technicians can answer any questions you have and discuss the furnace options we recommend for your space. A new furnace is often much more energy-efficient than an outdated or non-functional unit, so you can enjoy lower bills without sacrificing your indoor comfort.
At Cook’s Heating & Cooling, we offer furnace replacement services in Winston-Salem, Rural Hall, King, Kernersville, Bethabara, Bethania, Stanleyville, Clemmons, Lewisville, Walkertown, Pfafftown, Germanton, Walnut Cove, Pilot Mountain, Tobaccoville, Old Town, Belews Creek, Advance, Bermuda Run, and Midway, North Carolina.