Has your furnace seen better days? Are you building a new home in Utah? Whatever the reason, if you need furnace replacement or installation in Midvale, rely on Paul Brothers Heating & Air, the area’s top HVAC contractor, to do the job. Our heating company installs and services both gas and electric furnaces.
Furnace Replacement in Midvale
Although our HVAC company is well-known for our skill with furnace repairs, sometimes a furnace is just too old to fix. That’s when you need furnace replacement.
While few people are happy to learn they need furnace replacement, our heating company wants you to know that your new furnace will be much more efficient than your old one, and it will use less energy to keep your house warm. You’ll save money, and you’ll help reduce your carbon footprint.
Furnace Installation in Midvale
Building a new house is exciting! When you’re choosing a type of heating for your Midvale home, Paul Brothers Heating & Air can help. We’ll talk to you about whether gas or electric should be your fuel of choice. We’ll also go over with you what size furnace you need to adequately heat your home.
The size of your home is one factor that helps determine the size of your furnace — or how many BTUs you will need it to be. The more square footage you have, the more BTUs you need to heat your home adequately.
Why Furnace Size Matters
As you can imagine, if your furnace is too small for your home, it will run constantly in a vain effort to heat up your house. You’ll be uncomfortably chilly and your furnace will not last as long as it should.
You may think if you get a furnace that’s too big for your home that the only drawback is that you pay for a larger furnace than you need, but in fact, it’s worse than that. When you have a furnace that’s too big for your home, it will heat your home unevenly, leaving some rooms cool and some too warm. Your furnace will also be confused by how quickly it causes the temperature to rise, resulting in the furnace cycling on and off much more frequently than necessary, shortening its life span.
Other factors that influence what size furnace you need in your Midvale home include the climate zone you live in and whether your home is well insulated.
It’s important to use an experienced heating company in Midvale for this process. A mistake in either direction can be costly, not just in terms of your wallet, but also in terms of your personal comfort.