When you buy a new furnace, it comes with a manufacturer’s warranty. While every warranty has limitations, it pays to investigate what’s covered and what’s not in the event you may need it. For example, your warranty might cover parts but not the labor to replace them. In extreme cases it may even cover an entire system replacement if a major component such as the heat exchanger fails prematurely. When you purchase a new furnace from Jackson Comfort, our comfort specialists will ensure that you fully understand your warranty along with any limitations. When you’re looking for the best furnace and boiler company in Northfield, look no further than Jackson Comfort Services.
When it comes to heating systems, you’re not limited to just one type. Research all of your options including gas furnace, boiler, heat pump, geothermal or ductless split system.
There are four options, gas, propane, electric, or oil heating. Gas and propane are the most economical. Oil requires additional room for storage. Electric doesn’t use fuel but can run up your utility bills.
It is advisable only to get a quote from an onsite inspection. Having a Manual J load calculation done onsite will accurately determine the size of the heating system needed.
Furnace warranties vary. Some only cover parts with a limited number of years, but labor is not covered. Always ask about any additional guarantees.
Before buying a furnace, ask about the multiple costs you will incur. Here are cost examples, the unit, its installation, indoor air quality, air distribution system, etc.