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Professional Furnace Replacement in Liberty Township, Ohio and the Surrounding Areas


Do you know if your furnace will last another Ohio winter? Don’t wait around for your heating system to stop working – stay a step ahead and replace your old unit now. The experts at Better Choice Heating & Air Conditioning can install a variety of efficient heaters to keep your home warm this winter.

Not sure what system to install? We can help you choose the right option for your needs and budget. Call (513) 868-3388 today to schedule an appointment with a trusted heating company. We serve clients in Cincinnati, Springdale, Liberty Township, Loveland and West Chester Township, OH.



Looking for a way to make your home more energy efficient? Consider replacing your old heating system. Installing a new heat pump or mini-split is a great way to:

  • Add value to your home
  • Cut down your energy bills
  • Heat your home more efficiently

Signs That You Should Replace Your Furnace

It can be confusing to differentiate between when your furnace needs repairs or a replacement. You may want to stick to repairs as long as possible to delay the pricey replacement. Here are a few good reasons to seriously consider a replacement over repairs.

How old is your furnace? If it is anywhere over 15 years old, repairs may not be enough to save it. You may not even know the age of your furnace for sure. Try checking your user manual. If it is nearing the end of its life, contact us to discuss a heating system replacement.

Naturally, a furnace uses a lot of electricity, but if your electricity bill is significantly higher over the last few months, and cleaning and repairs don’t seem to help, you probably need a replacement. This is expected from an older heater. As the unit ages, it uses more electricity to provide the same amount of heat. In addition to that, modern furnaces are made to use less electricity than older ones so that they are more eco-friendly. By getting a new heater installation, you could save tons of money on your utility bills. The same principle applies to a gas-powered furnace. 

HVAC units are primarily responsible for heating or cooling your home, but they are also supposed to control the humidity and air quality. So, if your heater is keeping your home warm but not maintaining the air quality, it is not a good sign. If you notice dust, dirt, or mold around your house, it means that your furnace is no longer improving your indoor air quality. Winter is a dry season, and your furnace is supposed to maintain the humidity levels. If your furnace is slacking off, contact Better Choice Heating & Air Conditioning today for a furnace replacement. 

Of course, your furnace should not be producing any foul smells or loud noises. As your furnace reaches the end of its lifespan, it becomes noisier. In addition to that, if you smell exhaust fumes or strange odors, you should start the process of installing a new furnace.

Getting the Right Furnace Replacement

If you have decided to get a furnace replacement, you may be shocked at all the options available since you last shopped around for a furnace. The best thing to do when looking for a new furnace is to find a reliable HVAC contractor to guide you through the process. Better Choice Heating & Air Conditioning is delighted to be that contractor. With us, you know you are getting useful advice. Here are two important things to consider before buying your new furnace.

The Type of Furnace

There are different ways to power your furnace. Each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Electric furnaces are the cheapest to install but they cost the most each month. Furnaces use a lot of electricity to heat your home up. However, they are safer to use than gas- and oil-powered furnaces. Oil furnaces are more eco-friendly than electric-powered furnaces as oil is cheaper than electricity. Gas-powered furnaces are the most cost-effective furnaces, but they can be unsafe to use as they may release carbon monoxide if there is a fault. In addition to that, gas furnaces can also be more expensive to install. With all that said, it is for you to decide what is best for you and your home. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us about your new heater installation.

The Size of the Furnace

There is a way to determine the right-sized furnace that you need. You can do this by yourself by using the square footage of your house in a calculation, but it is best to consult a professional as they will also take other aspects into consideration like the amount of sunlight, insulation, and the area you live in. 

If you get a furnace that is too small for your home, it won’t heat your home adequately and will use a lot of electricity. On the other hand, if you buy a furnace that is too big, it will also use too much energy, and affect your indoor air quality. Bigger furnaces also cost more so you may end up spending an unnecessary about of money when buying them. 

Getting the right-sized furnace from the beginning is incredibly vital. Once you make the decision, you have to stick with it, so we will help you find the perfect-sized heating system replacement for your home.

Contact Better Choice Heating & Air Conditioning today to schedule an appointment with a local heating company.