Heating Replacement | DuctWorks Heating & Air Conditioning
Even the best furnaces wear out over time. There are a few ways to tell if your heater needs to be replaced before the next snowy Minnesota winter. Here are a few signs you may need your furnace replaced:    
 
  • Your furnace or boiler is more than 15 years old.
  • Your home has humidity problems.
  • Your home has excessive dust.
  • Your heating or cooling system is noisy.
  • Your equipment needs frequent repairs and your energy bills are going up.
  • Some rooms in your home are too hot or too cold.
  • You do not have a programmable thermostat.
  • Your heat pump or air conditioner is more than 10 years old.
 
If you think your furnace needs to be replaced, Ductworks should be your first call in the Minneapolis and St. Paul areas. We’ll inspect your furnace carefully to make sure we’ve exhausted all option before recommending a total furnace replacement. Should your furnace need to be replaced, Ductworks has the full line of Daikin heating systems to ensure you get the perfect size furnace for your home.
    

All equipment is covered by the standard Daikin warranty of 12-year parts and labor

*Complete warranty details available from your local dealer or at www.daikincomfort.com. To Receive the 12-Year Parts Limited Warranty, online registration must be completed within 60 days of installation. Online registration is not require in California or Quebec.

10 Questions to Ask an HVAC Company When Replacing Your Heating System

Before you replace your heating system, use this checklist to ask your HVAC company important questions:
 
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Will the HVAC company provide a free, no obligation estimate for the system and installation, along with options to choose from? Your contractor should include labor costs, parts prices, warranty specifications and energy efficiency in the estimates he or she provides.                   

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Is forced-air heating and cooling my best option? There are some other efficient alternatives to consider, including heat pumps and radiant heat systems.

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What size system do I need? Simply matching your existing system's specifications may not be your best buy, especially if you've added on to your home.

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Do I need multiple heating and cooling zones?  Your contractor should be able to help you select the right equipment for a zoning system that supports greater comfort and energy savings.

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Do I need to address humidity, either with a home dehumidifier or humidifier? Keeping your home’s humidity level stable can improve many things including allergies.

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Does the system I’m eyeing qualify for a tax credit? Purchasing an energy efficient heating system can give you a break when tax season rolls around.

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Are there any special offers or rebates I can claim? Most HVAC companies will have manufacturer and seasonal specials to help offset the cost.

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How efficient will my new HVAC system be? Consider lifetime operating costs, not just price when weighing your options.

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What filter types are offered? There are disposable and washable varieties, and some, like HEPA filters, can improve indoor air quality and protect your family's health.

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Does the HVAC company have a service plan to maintain and protect my system? Service plans can ensure that your HVAC unit receives regular, necessary maintenance to perform without problems for many years.

Financing Available

No matter what your financial situation is, your family shouldn’t go without heating in the cold winter months. That’s why we offer affordable financing options and we’ll work with you to get you approved and complete your home’s furnace replacement as soon as possible. Click here to learn more about our financing options.
 
Replacing your HVAC System is a large investment, but it’s also a great opportunity to improve your home’s comfort, air quality, and energy efficiency. Call Ductworks at (763) 225-2729 to explore your options with one of our service professionals!
 

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