When your furnace fails to keep your Greenville, SC, home warm enough, it may be time to replace the unit. Like most homeowners, you probably hope your furnace will hold up for at least one or two more years. But it’s likely that the furnace will fail on the coldest day of the season if you overlook it too long.
Don’t put off the furnace replacement because you aren’t sure who to trust to do the job. At Plumbing in Pink, LLC, we employ a team of highly-skilled, certified technicians who know how to install furnaces. They will ensure that the furnace installation is done properly. Our main objective is to keep your family comfortable.
You likely use hot water several times throughout your typical day. If you have no hot water or insufficient hot water, it is time to reach out for a professional water heater service.
At Plumbing in Pink, our licensed plumbers are well-versed in all of the latest water heater technology. We can provide anything from small water heater repairs to large installations. Plumbing in Pink will keep your hot water flowing. Our team will work to find affordable water heater solutions for your individual home in Greenville, SC.
It’s not easy to determine whether it’s time for a furnace replacement. But some early warning signs will appear before the unit completely fails. The signs may be intermittent for a while but will increase in frequency over time. Here are some things to pay close attention to:
Although your furnace is still heating your Greenville, SC, home, it may be working extra hard to provide the level of comfort your family enjoys.
Several things can cause the system to be overworked. Plumbing in Pink, LLC’s professionals can identify the problem. You can trust us to help you decide whether your unit can be repaired or if a new furnace installation is needed.
Like most people, you’ve probably gotten accustomed to odd noises coming from your furnace. Most of the time, you likely don’t think about them unless the unit suddenly stops working. If you notice any of these unusual noises, let us know right away:
These noises are an indication that something within the unit is broken or loose. If it can’t be repaired, a furnace replacement may be needed. Don’t disregard the noises as some of them may pose a safety risk.
When a gas furnace is working properly, the flame is blue. If you notice any other color, especially yellow, contact us right away. A yellow flame may mean your unit is emitting dangerous carbon monoxide. The problem may be a warning that it’s time for a new furnace replacement.
When some areas in your home feel cooler than others, you may need a heater replacement. The inconsistent temperatures may be due to burnt components, worn heating elements, or a faulty pilot light. A professional HVAC contractor can determine whether repairs are an option or if a furnace replacement is necessary.
When your unit requires repairs frequently, they become more expensive and inconvenient. In the end, you’ll wish you had decided to do a furnace replacement sooner. Let Plumbing in Pink, LLC assess the unit and offer recommendations before you spend more money on repairs.
A heating system more than ten years old might not be as efficient as it should be, and this can cause several problems. It will end up costing you more money to repair it again and again. As an additional consequence, you will also see an increase in your utility bills.
If you’re unsure about whether the decision to install furnace replacements is the best option, Plumbing in Pink, LLC is only a phone call away. Let us help you through the decision-making process.
A furnace replacement is a big decision, so we will be happy to help you pick the type and size that will fit your home. Choosing the wrong size unit can result in unnecessary wear and tear, thereby shortening the unit’s lifespan. Our experts will carefully assess your needs and recommend some options for you to install furnace replacements.
When it’s time to replace your heating system, there are three main types of systems to choose from:
Alternatively, a heat pump or boiler may be a better solution if you prefer something different when it’s time for a new furnace installation.
When it comes to heater replacement, you should hire a certified HVAC contractor. The experience we have ensures that the job is done properly no matter which type of heater replacement you choose.
We are a family-owned HVAC contractor, servicing customers in Greenville, SC, and surrounding areas for all their heating, plumbing, or air conditioning needs. Our team is committed to providing high-quality, reliable, and courteous service.
If you need repairs, furnace installation or replacement, or routine maintenance, contact Plumbing in Pink, LLC today at (864) 735-7014. One of our representatives will be available to take your call day or night, even on holidays.