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When it comes to heating your home Victory can design, install and service a system that is right for you and your home’s unique needs. We work with all types of heating systems including natural gas systems, propane gas systems, heat pumps, and HVAC systems and can handle everything from design through installation of the system including power wiring and controls.
We only use products from industry leaders so you can be assured of a system that is designed for performance, reliability and efficiency for years to come.
So when it comes time to select a heating system for your home or to upgrade your current system, contact us to have one of our specialist come to your home to discuss your options and provide you with a no obligation free estimate.
The last thing anyone wants is for their Heating System to quit on the coldest night of the year, but the furnace repair techs will expect a busy night whenever cold weather hits. Equally bad is paying the energy bill during a long cold spell, especially if you suspect a lot of that money is being wasted. Is it time to think about getting a new furnace or boiler?
A well-maintained furnace that is less than 12 years old should be fine for a while longer. Furnaces over 16 years old are inefficient and prone to breakdowns. Most breakdowns occur in the last two years of the appliance's life expectancy. Once repairs start adding up, it's time to begin shopping to get the best deal. Otherwise, you risk having it quit one night and discovering replacement options are limited.
An older furnace wasn't as efficient when it was new as a modern energy-efficient furnace. When older, it's even less efficient and costs even more to operate than a new furnace. The money that's flying out the window from an energy hog could be going toward a new, much more efficient unit.
If someone is always fiddling with the thermostat because they're too hot or too cold, this can indicate that the furnace isn't working as it should.
A yellow or flickering flame could mean a gas furnace is creating poisonous carbon monoxide. This is not the only sign of a potentially deadly condition. Be sure that the home has carbon monoxide detectors, including one close to the furnace room. Call for a check-up.
Popping, banging or squealing are all bad signs, common to furnaces nearing the end of their lives.
The benefits of getting a new energy-efficient furnace or boiler now include:
To schedule a free energy assessment, call us at (800) 993-4822 or fill out our online form. We received Angie's List 2015 Super Service Award, and are always in your neighborhood.