At some point, furnaces will break down and stop working. Sometimes they can be repaired, but in the event your furnace needs to be replaced, you might find yourself looking to buy a new one but you’re not sure where to start. Here are some things to think about when purchasing a new furnace.

Installation: Installing a furnace properly is important. After all, there are dangers associated with a furnace that isn’t installed correctly. This can compromise the furnace and heating system in your home, which will lead to more costly repairs down the road. That’s why it’s recommended that you hire an HVAC company with professional contractors to help install new furnaces.
Pricing: Different furnaces will come with a different price tag. What is more, not only do you have to pay for purchasing a new furnace, but also don’t forget to factor in the cost of hiring a professional to install it. Some companies will charge you a hefty fee for their services. However, at Air In Motion, we take a scientific approach to calculating quotations. We want to ensure your furnace is the right size and that it runs at the most optimum efficiency. Our goal is to provide the best service at an affordable price.
Sizing: The size of a furnace plays a key role to ensure comfort. While it makes sense that a bigger furnace is more costly than a smaller one, you want to ensure your home is properly heated. Our technicians will come to your house and calculate the best size furnace for your home. Afterwards, we will take things into account and provide a competitive estimate.
Warranty: Some furnaces come with a warranty. That means if certain parts break down within the first few years, you will be eligible for repairs within a certain time period.
Air quality: The quality of the air you breathe is another factor to take into consideration. When you purchase a new furnace, there’s a fan blower that distributes the air throughout your house. The furnace will also have a filter that needs to be replaced every few months for better air quality. Cleaning your furnace and swapping out the filter for a new one helps your heating system to run smoothly.
Efficiency: Some furnaces aren’t that efficient, especially if you have an old one in your home. So when you’re shopping for a new furnace, go for one that is high-efficiency. In doing so, you’ll likely save money on your gas bill for years to come. Another benefit is that more efficient furnaces often qualify for government rebate programs.

At Air In Motion, we have years of experience with installing and repairing furnaces as well as heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Our technicians are certified and licensed, so you know your equipment is being handled by the best in the business. Don’t hesitate to call us at 647-921-3810 or email us at If you contact us during business hours, we will respond to you within two hours.

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