The furnace in your Chino, CA, home keeps your family comfortable by managing the indoor temperature and air quality. Over time, the parts in a heating system break down and become less efficient. Eventually, repair costs begin to add up. If your furnace is more than 10 years old or needs frequent repairs, it may be time for a replacement. Here are some of the benefits you can enjoy from a new furnace installation:

Improved Heating Efficiency

Today’s furnaces are extremely energy-efficient and can help reduce your carbon footprint and monthly energy bills. An efficient heating system won’t waste energy to achieve the desired results. You’ll benefit from improved airflow and more consistent temperatures. Check with our comfort advisors to find out if your new system qualifies for energy credits.

Better Indoor Air Quality

New systems offer a wide range of options to improve the air quality in your home. Better filtration capabilities mean the system removes pollen, dander, dust, bacteria and other airborne irritants so they won’t travel through the vents. Advanced air filtration systems, such as our Trane air-cleaning products, will help to eliminate contaminants that trigger allergy and asthma symptoms. Our portable and whole-home options also keep your furnace clean.

Updated Safety Features

Older HVAC systems are more likely to develop problems that can cause major safety issues such as fire hazards. Newer systems will have the most up-to-date safety features to lower your risk of carbon monoxide leaks and fires. Our comfort advisors are furnace installation experts. They will observe all manufacturer and industry standards when installing your new furnace. Whether you have a gas or electric heater, you won’t have to worry when you choose our team to set up your new system.

Enjoy the benefits of a professional furnace installation from Metz Air Control. We’re happy to provide a consultation to answer your questions regarding the new emissions standards and how you can conform to them with one of our heating systems. Contact us to find the best model for your home.

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