When it’s time to replace your furnace, you will be replacing it with a newer model that is more cost
Homeowners expect rust and other corrosion to strike boilers, since they circulate water, and heat pumps, since they use condensation as part of their heat exchange. Although neither system should rust (they have built-in precautions), it doesn’t surprise people that it sometimes happens. But what about a gas furnace? Furnaces do not use water, so it seems impossible that they could rust. But they can and they do.
Kentucky winters can be lovely times of the year, but unless you have an effective heater in your home, you’ll find it a struggle to enjoy them. A gas furnace is an excellent way to get the heat you need for a pleasant winter, since it provides effective warmth with the energy savings of natural gas. Make sure you take excellent care of your furnace this winter so it always works its best.
“After I called First American to report a problem with my furnace, I got a call from Angel and she was very informative and a pleasure to talk with. She answered all my questions and was very kind. Then, Jeff was my technician and he was wonderful. He came in was very friendly and very knowledgeable. Took his time and explained everything as he worked. I will recommend these people to everyone. I truly thank them for all they did to get my furnace back up and running.”