Ask the Expert

John Lebrun

Q: Our oil furnace is about 20 years old and we’ve made several repairs recently. Should we replace it?

A: Yes. If you’re experiencing frequent breakdowns or your heating costs keep increasing, you’ll save far more by updating your heating equipment.

Beyond just age, older systems were built using technology and materials that transfer heat less efficiently than newer systems — so they cost more to operate.

New oil heating systems are designed to be so much more efficient; we’ve seen customers save as much as 20% on annual fuel costs. A new furnace also eliminates those expensive repairs that are so common with aging systems.

Give us a call or contact us here and we’ll be happy to crunch some numbers for you. We think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

John Lebrun
Service Technician