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Damien McCusker, Manager of Arpi's residential service division, has been working in the HVAC industry for 16 years and has hands-on experience in new home installations, furnace and air conditioner replacements, sales and residential service. He spends most of his spare time being an UBER driver, driving his kids to soccer practice and games.

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Tips To Manage Home Heating LoadOne of the best, low-cost ways to reduce your overall heating costs is to manage your home heating load. Specifically, this is the amount of heat your furnace system has to generate each day in order to maintain a comfortable home atmosphere. Do this, and your heating bills will decrease, raising the overall efficiency of your current system.

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There are several reasons a homeowner may decide to replace a furnace. If utility bills are high or the furnace requires major repairs, upgrading to a new furnace will provide relief. This scenario also gives you some time to evaluate your choices. If your furnace suddenly breaks down during winter, you’ll have less time to make a decision; however, in either scenario, it is important to consider furnace efficiency ratings.

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Repair Or Replace? Get Insider Secrets From Arpi's, And Know If Your Furnace Will Make It Through The Winter Calgary, AlbertaMost experts recommend that homeowners replace heating equipment before winter sets in. If you’ve had your furnace system for a while, you may be wondering how to tell if it’s time to replace your system.

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Replacing your furnace is a huge undertaking. Not only is it a significant investment, but choosing systems and features to optimize efficiency and energy savings takes time and knowledge. One element that is important to consider with furnace replacements (and installing systems in a new construction) is where to vent the furnace.

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The decision to replace your furnace is not an easy one. Selecting a new one means time and money: time you don’t have to wade through the myriad of equipment options and figure out the best efficiency rating, and money you either don’t have or don’t want to spend.

HVAC equipment is vital to your comfort during the long winter months and that you must be able to count on your furnace. A comfortably heated and cooled space is a given: we expect it so we can sleep, eat and live. Before you begin any decisions about choosing a new furnace, consider these factors:

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A good furnace is like a trusted friend – especially here in the Calgary area. When the cold winds blow, your furnace is the main comfort standing between you and the winter freeze outside. But if your system is more than 10 years old, there’s a very good chance it’s approaching the end of its lifespan as an efficient unit. As a furnace ages, it requires more maintenance and repair, and ever increasing energy prices begin to show up in the monthly bill. Older furnaces just weren’t built with the energy-efficient technology we have today.

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Noises coming from your furnace can be unsettling. Left untended, a noise can sometimes cost you money, compromise your furnace and prove highly dangerous. So how do you know when the sounds you’re hearing mean trouble?

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When you pay attention to the overall condition of your furnace, you can determine when it is time to consider replacing it. First and foremost, we recommend having your furnace checked each year by a certified technician to make sure it is running properly. Regular maintenance, along with changing the furnace filter, will help your furnace last longer.

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When considering what to do with an old or ailing heating system, the best choice may be to replace it with one of the new high-efficiency furnaces. Now is the time, as there are still incentives and rebates available to homeowners.

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