If you’re like many homeowners in the Spanish Fork and Provo areas, you probably don’t give too much thought to your HVAC system—unless it breaks down and stops working properly. A well-maintained furnace can last as long as 20 years, but will probably not be as efficient as newer models. In this infographic from the Spanish Fork HVAC repair experts at HRC Climate Services Heating and Cooling, you’ll learn the telltale signs of when you should replace your old furnace. A new furnace can provide greater energy efficiency, improved performance, and lower energy bills. Additionally, there is a common refrigerant known as R-22 that will soon become obsolete, which may spur you to replace your HVAC system. R-22 is a hydrochlorofluorocarbon that depletes the ozone layer, and will be completely unavailable by the year 2020. Make the smart move now and replace your furnace for the benefit of your wallet and the environment. Please feel free to share this info with your friends and family.
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