Denver Furnace Replacement

Is it time for furnace replacement? If your heating system is not working well (or not working at all!) it might be time for a new one.

A new furnace is a big investment. You'll want to consider all your options to ensure you get the right furnace for your home. Our experts can provide all the information you need to decide if a furnace replacement is needed, and what type and size of furnace will best meet your needs.

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Furnace Replacement

If you've decided it's time you got your furnace replaced, count on SWAN. We’ll provide you with a stress-free experience with the highest quality and low prices - Guaranteed.

We carry all the top furnace brands, and our professionally trained, industry certified installation experts will go over with you which model would best suit your needs based on your home’s unique specifications.

A new furnace offers the added benefit of high efficiency ratings, which will save you money every month.

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The Benefits of a New Furnace

It's common to ask yourself, do I need a new furnace? And if so, should I spend more for a high-efficiency model?

When it's time for furnace replacement, upgrading to an new, high-efficiency furnace means you'll reap rewards, in more ways than one.

While an upgrade might seem like an unnecessary expense, there are many benefits - from better temperature control for comfort, to enhanced resale value of your home.

Energy Savings

Newer furnaces burn fuel more efficiently. They reduce waste, so you'll notice a difference in your monthly heating bills. While higher-efficiency furnaces cost more to buy, the cost is recouped over time with lower operating costs.

Newer furnaces use electronic ignition, meaning no pilot light constantly burning and using fuel.

Environmentally Friendly

Newer furnaces are easier on the environment.  Because less fuel is wasted in the combustion process, they emit fewer greenhouse gases.

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More Furnace Resources

Phew, What’s That Smell? 4 Furnace Smells To Watch For

Furnaces heat and distribute air through your home. Sometimes, problems can occur with a furnace that result in unpleasant or weird odors, either radiating from the furnace itself or blowing out of the ducts and vents. Here are four different furnace smells and what you might want to do about them! Common Furnace Smells Gas …...

My Heat Won’t Come On! What Do I Do?

Furnaces are the sort of thing you probably don’t think about until something goes wrong. When the weather’s nice and the sun is shining, we rarely stop to think about whether or not our furnace needs a tune-up or a filter change. Then, the cold weather hits, we flick the thermostat on, and… nothing. The …...

Top Reasons To Avoid DIY Furnace Repair

Doing repairs around your home by yourself can save you money, but there are times when they should be avoided.  In the case of DIY furnace repair it could even be dangerous. Here is some information on reasons to avoid taking on furnace repairs yourself, and what you can do instead. Reasons to avoid DIY …...

4 Furnace Noises (And What They Might Mean)

Background noise is a reality of modern living. From the buzz of your refrigerator’s compressor to the low hiss of your water heater, we hear a lot of sounds around the home. We become so familiar with these household noises that for many of us, a new or different noise from an appliance is our …...

Tips to Pick the Best Furnace Repair Company

With so many Heating and Air Conditioning companies to choose from, it can be difficult to decide which company to use when you need your furnace fixed. A broken furnace in the middle of winter can be stressful and even dangerous. We’ve put together some tips to help you choose the best furnace repair company …...

Heating FAQ

QUESTION: How often should a furnace be replaced? ANSWER: As a general rule, furnaces have a lifespan of approximately 10 to 25 years. Any system more than a decade old is more than half way through its serviceable life and is a good candidate for replacement. According to the recommendations from the United States Department …...