Are you tempted to wait until your heater completely fails before replacing it? Your desire to pinch pennies could cost you in the long-run. When you replace an old heater with a new one, you save money. The savings come in two forms – fewer repairs and lower energy bills.
Years ago, energy-efficiency wasn’t a priority. Therefore, heating manufacturers didn’t worry about making efficient units. Today, things are different and new units are extremely efficient. They cost less to run and decrease your utility bill. Because the system is new, it also needs fewer repairs. You won’t have to spend hundreds of dollars each month on service calls, and you can take advantage of a warranty.