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Thinking your home’s heating system might not last another winter? Call Jack Harrison Heating & Air Conditioning to come out for a FREE New System Estimate or FREE 2nd Opinion Estimate any time! Our knowledgeable technicians will identify if you need a replacement and provide you with a variety of options based on your budget and your home’s needs. It’s important to select an air conditioning company you can trust, especially when it comes to replacements. We carry high-quality equipment from leading manufacturers that won’t break the bank.
Jack Harrison Heating & Air Conditioning has accumulated 20+ years of experience in heating repair, service, maintenance, and installation. We have extensive industry knowledge and competency that ensures your project or service will be done with your comfort and satisfaction as our #1 priority!
How old is you’re system? Most furnaces only last 12-15 years especially in climates like Kansas and Missouri where you can have freezing temperatures one day and then mild weather the next. This type of weather causes your system to perform sprints of hard work which can age a system over time. If your unit is nearing old age, it is smart to plan ahead and consider a replacement. New systems have been improved over time and their efficiency could save you money on heating costs.
This is a sign your furnace is about to bite the big one. Plus paying for reoccurring breakdowns rarely makes sense compared to investing that money into a new, efficient furnace.
Does your furnace constantly struggle to keep your home comfortable? If so, there’s a good chance it’s on its way out. A new system will run smoothly and potentially save you money on your bill whereas another band aid fix on an old system, could be costing you more money in the long run. In any case, scheduling a Free Estimate will give you more clarity, so give us a call!
When the warranty expires, the manufacturer will no longer guarantee your furnace’s operation or cover the cost of a part if it dies. This means you’ll be stuck paying for every repair out of your own pocket. Time to weigh the options…