One of the most frustrating experiences any homeowner can have is to be told that there is a problem with their furnace. Furthermore to be told there is a problem with the heat exchanger is quite a dilemma. These cracks in a heat exchanger can allow carbon monoxide to enter your home. If you have an older furnace (15 years or more) this problem may be compounded by the fact that repairs may be as costly as purchasing a new unit. You could easily spend half of the cost to purchase a new furnace.
An unqualified contractor who improperly installs your furnace may be the culprit when it comes to a cracked heat exchanger. It is important for your safety that the cracked heat exchanger or improperly installed furnace be remedied sooner than later. Ultimately your furnace will be less efficient causing your utility bills to rise as it fails to operate at optimum efficiency.
Always seek a qualified and highly recommended HVAC company to perform any furnace installation. You will have piece of mind that your furnace will be installed correctly and provide the warmth and comfort you seek without increasing your energy bills.
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