Your heater can take quite the beating especially during the peak cold season. For sure, it will deserve the long rest it’ll have once the warmer weather sets in. Many homeowners, however, fall into the trap of mistakenly thinking they won’t have to deal with it until the next cold season rolls in.
It’s a mistake precisely because you should be readying your heater even before the cold winter comes. Any repairs or replacements must be made ideally while it’s still summer so you won’t be inconvenienced. Otherwise, you’re going to have to face the winter months with your heating unit still under repair or maintenance.
To get a good head start on this task, here are some signs that ought to tell you if your unit is up for some serious inspection.
According to studies, a typical furnace commonly found in American homes can be expected to last anywhere between 15 and 25 years after it is installed. Meanwhile, electric radiant heating systems can last up to as much as 40 years. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2mJPeSe