How Long Will a New Gas Furnace Last Me?

How Long Will a New Gas Furnace Last Me?

Gas is a clean and economical source of fuel for heating. It’s a readily available source of energy and a gas-heated home has an increased sale price and sale rate over a comparable electric powered home.

Heating a home with gas is less expensive than heating a home with electricity. Homeowners enjoy a smaller monthly heating bill during the winter months, but when it’s time to replace a gas furnace, the up-front expense can be a little staggering.

How Long?

Knowing how long a new gas furnace will last will help you see the initial investment will pay for itself over the years. Rusk Heating & Cooling offer the best deals on sales and service and will help keep your new gas furnace running like clockwork for many years into the future.

Most experts predict a gas furnace will have a lifespan of between 15-30 years, with most lasting closer to the 30-year mark. Some make it years beyond their 30th year since there are always various factors that can extend the life of a gas furnace.

Top of the Line

If a gas furnace reaches the 30-year mark or beyond, it was the top of the line when purchased. Take that into consideration when planning to purchase a new gas heater. Rusk Heating & Cooling offer top of the line models that have a life expectancy of 30+ years. More money invested now will mean more years of worry-free heating in the future.

Time to Plan

If your furnace is 15 years old or more, it’s time to start planning for the purchase of a new gas furnace. Remember not all gas furnaces are created equal and you only get what you pay for. A top of the line furnace will feature higher quality metal that can better withstand the stress of cycling on and off throughout the heating season and last longer than a less expensive model.

Rusk Heating & Cooling of Covington offer unsurpassed sales and service and are waiting to help you with all your heating and cooling needs. Call them today.


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