What To Do When You’re Ready To Replace Your HVAC System

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When you’re looking to replace the furnace and air conditioner in your home, it may feel like a daunting task. This doesn’t have to be the case! Here are a few steps you can take to make replacing your HVAC system go a little smoother.

 

Do Your Research

When you’re preparing to replace your heating and cooling system, it’s important to know which brand you want for your home and which company you want to perform the work. You can compare different air conditioner and furnace brands on websites like Consumer Reports, while you can use Google reviews to learn more about the companies in your area. You can also ask your friends and family to refer you to companies they have used and enjoyed working with in the past.

At Logan A/C & Heat Services, we stand behind the durability and reliability of Trane, and you can read our Google reviews for Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati to see what our customers are saying about our work.

Consider Your Needs

Before having your furnace and air conditioner replaced, it’s important to consider your home comfort needs that should be addressed. Do you suffer from allergies? Do you have hot and cold spots in your home? Are you worried about the efficiency of your new system? Your comfort consultant should be able to find solutions for these concerns when you have your in-home estimate.

Schedule An Estimate

Whether or not you have questions prepared, scheduling an in-home estimate will help you make your final decision. Your comfort consultant can answer any questions you have and find you the best heating and cooling system to fit your home and your needs. They can also inform you of ongoing promotions and financing options to help this investment fit your budget. If you’re wondering why having an in-home estimate is important, we have five reasons here.

 

If you’re not sure where to start with your heating and cooling system replacement project for your home, read our HVAC Buying Guide for tips to help.