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Signs You Need a New Heating System in Southern NH

Fall has finally arrived here in Southern New Hampshire, and many homeowners like yourself are brainstorming the best ways to prepare for the upcoming winter before the chilliest days of the year are here to stay. One surefire way to do just that is by upgrading your old heating system. When you decide to upgrade your current aging or inefficient heating system for a new, energy-efficient, and powerful home boiler or furnace, you will begin to experience a more comfortable winter season once the frigid winter temperatures are in full swing. Luckily, our oil and gas heating experts at Patriot Heating & Cooling are skilled at quickly replacing and upgrading old heating systems for new models. Keep reading to learn the top signs your heating system is due for an upgrade this fall and the primary factors to consider before scheduling your replacement service.

4 Signs Your Heating System Needs Replacement

How did your heating system do last winter? If you have started to worry that your heating system may not make it through another chilly New Hampshire winter, don’t panic. We’ve outlined a few signs to help you gain an understanding of whether or not your system needs a replacement. Check out the list below to see if your heating system would benefit from a replacement from our installation experts.

  • Sign #1: Increased fuel usage:

    As your heating system ages, its efficiency will start to decline. Consistently increased fuel usage (without extreme weather or household size increase) is a clear symptom of decreased fuel economy that could benefit from an upgrade.

  • Sign #2: Foreign sounds or odors:

    If you start to hear abnormal humming, banging, or clunking from your heating system, it could be time for a replacement. Uncommon odors can be another red flag.

  • Sign #3: Uneven heating from room to room:

    Although we can predict that heat will rise and potentially cause the upper floors to be warmer, heat should still reach all areas of your home somewhat equally. If this isn’t happening, that can indicate the decline of your equipment’s operation capabilities.

  • Sign #4: Repairs needed more frequently:

    Naturally, your heating equipment will suffer from more breakdowns as the years go by. Instead of spending money on recurring repair visits, you will get more bang for your buck by investing in a new high-efficiency system.

Benefits of Installing New High-Efficiency Heating Equipment

There are many benefits for New Hampshire homeowners to upgrade to a new heating oil, propane, or natural gas heating system. Homeowners experience greater savings and comfort with a new, more efficient heating system while also enjoying improved indoor air quality, longer equipment lifespan, and increased resale value for future buyers.

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What to Consider for a New Heating Installation in Southern New Hampshire

Have you decided that upgrading your heating system this season is best for you and your family’s Southern NH home? The heating installation professionals at Patriot Heating & Cooling are pleased to help you stay warm and comfortable while saving money on energy costs with new heating equipment. But, before you request your installation service with us, consider a few key things to help us understand how to upgrade your total home comfort before the coldest days of fall and winter are here to stay.

Do You Currently Run a Furnace or a Boiler?

If you already have a furnace, your home’s ductwork is prepared for your system to be replaced with another furnace. If you have a boiler, the copper piping will work with another boiler. It’s much more cost-effective to stick with the same heating method than to convert the heat-distribution system.

Do You Have a Manufacturer Preference?

If you were satisfied with your old equipment (or if you weren’t!), take note of the brand name. Let our technicians know! While they are experts at equipping your home with an excellently manufactured heating system, they are always happy to accommodate your home comfort equipment requests.

How Much Heating Capacity Do You Need?

A larger furnace or boiler can heat more zones (or floors) of your home. A small apartment may only need the furnace or boiler capacity for one zone, while a large home may need the capacity for two or three. If you’re not sure, contact our energy experts for a consultation!

Consider Your Fuel Source & Efficiency

Do you currently use oil or gas to heat your home? Our technicians will install a heating system that uses the same fuel. They are skilled in installing heating oil, propane, and natural gas heating systems to accommodate your individual heating fuel preferences. With your new heating system in place, its improved efficiency is going to have a significant impact on lowering your annual fuel and energy bills overall.

Brainstorm Other Necessary Upgrades

Leverage your buying power by upgrading multiple systems at the same time. When you get a new heating unit, consider a new central AC or ductless cooling system. This will promote better overall energy efficiency, helping you save more in the long run. Though the weather outside may be cooling down, it’s never too early to begin preparing your whole home for your complete comfort year-round. Plus, some mini-split ductless AC systems can also provide supplemental heating in the wintertime, making them invaluable to Southern NH residents in every season.

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Need a Replacement? Contact Patriot’s Heating Installation Pros

Reduce the chance of your old heating system breaking down mid-season, and replace it today with Patriot’s expert heating installation services. New high-efficiency heating systems are proven to be safer, more reliable, and more cost-effective for our residents. Get in touch with our energy experts here at Patriot Heating & Cooling for a no-strings-attached quote on a new Southern New Hampshire heating system upgrade. Visit our online contact page, or give us a call at  (603) 587-0487 to get started today.