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Furnace, Boiler & AC Services in Muskego, WI
When you let someone into your home to work on your furnace or AC, it’s important that it’s a company you can trust. 1st Choice Heating & Cooling is the best choice for repair, replacement or maintenance work on your furnace, boiler or air conditioner in the Muskego area. Call us today at 262-547-2030 for more information on how we can make your heating and cooling system run more efficiently for you and your family.
Furnace & Boiler Services in Muskego, WI
Muskego gets cold each winter and we want to make sure your furnace and boiler are working efficiently and smoothly and that you won’t be surprised by any unexpected breakdowns. Trust us to take care of all your heating installation, maintenance and repair needs.
Air Conditioning Repair, Replacement & Maintenance in Muskego, WI
Let the sun shine! Even if it’s 102 degrees outside your well-maintained home AC will continue to run smoothly and efficiently with services from 1st Choice. From central air conditioning systems to ductless mini split systems, our team has the knowledge and experience to keep your home feeling cool and crisp!
Breathe Better Air At Home With 1st Choice in Muskego, WI
When you think of the air at home you want to think of fresh, healthy air that is safe for your family and pets. Protect your home’s air with expert air quality services from 1st Choice.
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The cost of installing or replacing a furnace ranges from $2,640 to $6,401, with an average of $4,516 for materials, equipment, and labor. In more elaborate setups, replacing a gas furnace might cost anywhere from $3,800 to $10,000 or more. Electric versions are slightly less expensive, ranging from $2,000 to $7,000. The entire project budget ranges from $500 to $2,000 in labor expenditures.
Depending on the age of your system, you should plan HVAC tune-ups two times each year—once in spring and once in fall. Regular tune-ups ensure that your heating and cooling equipment operate at peak efficiency year-round and help you avoid unexpected breakdowns, which in turn extends the life of your HVAC equipment by as many as five years.
It could be one of several reasons. Here are three of the most common issues that you can check yourself.
- If the temperature in your house is consistent but not as warm as you'd like, it's possible that your thermostat settings are to blame. Make sure your thermostat is set to AUTO rather than ON. An ON thermostat will continuously blast air, but not warmed air.
- It's easy to overlook changing your air filter, but doing so may make a significant impact. Because air cannot readily flow through a filthy air filter, your furnace needs to work extra to push out hot air. It's possible that your furnace will overheat if it has to adjust for a clogged filter. When a furnace overheats, safety sensors activate, shutting it down and blowing cold air to cool it down.
- Blocked air vents are also a problem. The furnace can overheat if your air vents are closed or obstructed by furniture or curtains, just as it can with a clogged air filter.
Beyond these common issues you may need to call in a professional to diagnose a more complex problem.