Save Up To $1700 With Lennox!
Purchasing a new furnace or air conditioning unit is now made easier! 1st Air, our sister company and Lennox premier dealer, is now offering:
- Mail In Rebate of up to $1700 with the purchase of a qualifying Lennox Home Comfort System.
- Receive up to $2000 in Enbridge Rebates
- Receive up to $650 in IESO (OPA) Rebates
Buying a new furnace or air conditioning unit may be necessary — and often times a great way to save money long term — particularly if you experience any of the following signs we have briefly pulled together to help you know when it’s time to replace your heating and cooling equipment.
- Your heat pump/air conditioner is older than 10 years and/or furnace is older than 15 years. These are the average life expectancy and if your furnace or air conditioner is older than 15 years, it may be a good idea to begin shopping! Most homeowners will prefer to replace their HVAC equipment after much research and planning has been done, rather than a panic replacement due to system failure.
- Your energy bills and equipment repairs are steadily increasing. As furnaces and air conditioners tend to lose their efficiency with age, they will start to run for longer periods of time to provide the same amount of heat/cool. This will in turn cause your gas and electric bills to skyrocket, even more so if the unit has not been properly maintained year to year, season to season.
- The rooms throughout your home are different temperatures. Are you experiencing that some rooms are too cold while others are just too hot? This may be a sign of your system's inability to properly and effectively distribute the air throughout your home.
- Your furnace or air conditioner is extra noisy. As these units age, they will start to produce strange noises. You may experience banging, rattling or squealing sounds coming from your HVAC unit or you may find your furnace blower to be running excessively.
Be sure to check out our ‘HVAC Q&A’ if you are experiencing any of the following:
Does your room temperature remain unchanged, even after adjusting the temperature on the thermostat?