A heating system is a significant investment for any homeowner – and like any investment you’ll need some guidance when it comes to making a decision about whether to repair or replace it.
Here are four key questions to ask about your heating system:
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The bottom line in all these questions is this: would the upkeep of your old system be worth it – that is, how much is it going to cost you to repair your old furnace, and will you need to repair it again in the near future? The answer varies, but here’s a rule of thumb: if the cost to repair is 50 percent of the cost of a new furnace – no matter how old it is – you should replace it.
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