Furnace Financing


Furnace Financing

Furnace Financing – State Automatic – Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning – 630-326-6330

Furnace Financing for Your Carrier Purchase

Innovative, affordable and efficient, Carrier products provide comfort for homes and businesses throughout Chicagoland. With our excellent Furnace Financing options, we make reliable heating a possibility for many. Through our close working relationship with Wells Fargo, we’re a Carrier dealer offering a range of versatile financing options. With approved credit, you can invest in a comfort system that will serve your home for many years.

Why Select Furnace Financing with State Automatic? With financing from Wells Fargo and Carrier, our customers enjoy:

Also, you preserve your other funding sources such as credit cards, bank accounts and your home equity line of credit. This way, those sources remain available when you need them for other things.

Furnace Financing with State Automatic – Signs Your Home Needs a New Furnace

Following are some common signs that your furnace is at the end its lifespan and ready for replacement. Separately, these indicators might not be sufficient reason for replacement. However, if more than one sign applies, it’s more likely you’re due for a new furnace.

-When your furnace is greater than 15 years old. Generally, most gas furnaces have a lifespan expectancy of 15 to 20 years. It’s within that time period performance often starts to decline.

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Also, it your blower turning off and on frequently? Or, is it blowing cold air? This is another indicator that your furnace likely needs replacement.

-Thermostat settings are not keeping your home comfortable. Perhaps some of the rooms in your home always seem to be too warm or too chilly. Does it seem as though you continually adjust the thermostat to remain comfortable? If so, it might be because the furnace is not able to distribute heat evenly. Our service HVAC techs can identify if the problem is with the furnace or thermostat.

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-The furnace’s burner flame appears yellow rather than blue. This is sign that your furnace could be emitting dangerous carbon monoxide. Or, it at least signals that the furnace is not burning fuel as clean and efficiently as it should. Basically, a furnace flame that is a color other than blue warns of faulty combustion and a potential hazard.

Carbon monoxide is a toxic gas without taste or odor. Exposure to it is not healthy. Some warning signs that your home’s furnace is emitting carbon monoxide are:

In the event your furnace displays these signs, exit your home and contact your utility company to switch off your gas.

Do one or more of these indicators apply to your home’s furnace? If so, consider replacing your furnace. Contact the experts at State Automatic and learn more about special financing options that may be available to you.

Just like our excellent finance options for home heating, we also offer air conditioning financing as well. Similar to furnaces, air conditioners are a major appliance that perform a very important role in your home comfort system. Air conditioners will exhibit signs of decline as they near the end of their effective service lifespan. Here are some common warnings that your air conditioner is failing and possibly ready for replacement.

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-No cool air, poor airflow. Of course, it’s the air conditioner’s role to circulate cool air. When this stops it’s an obvious indicator that your unit is experiencing problems. If you switch on the air conditioner and cool air does not come out, there are a few issues that may be the cause. For example, the issue may be due to clogs inside ductwork which is restricting airflow. Regardless of what the cause may be, a lack of cool air flow is a certain sign of a problem that calls for prompt solutions.

-Moisture buildup. All air conditioner units tend to create some amount of moisture. But this doesn’t usually lead to problems for units in good shape. When moisture exists or leaks are occurring around the unit, a refrigerant fluid leak is a possibility. This can cause the AC system to underperform. Also, refrigerant leaks present a significant health hazard to you and your household. Even if it’s only water that’s collecting, allowing this problem to continue creates conditions that lead to mold growth.

-Weird noises. Are there some strange noises coming from your air conditioner? Just like with your furnace, those sounds are a call for help. Banging, grinding or popping sounds are abnormal and not a standard sign of aging. Most air conditioners emit some sound as part of typically operation. However, it’s usually fairly quiet. Call State Automatic for service if your A.C. unit is getting unusually noisy. Our techs can either restore proper function to the unit or recommend replacement.

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-Unpleasant odors. In a similar way that detectable noises typically mean a problem with a cooling system, strange odors do too. Your air conditioner unit ought to put out clean, fresh air. A smoky or burning odor can certainly indicate major problems that will need attention as soon as possible.

-Rising utility bills. Did your air conditioning costs show a sharp rise last summer? When energy costs spike, it often relates to a cooling system that’s working harder and harder to do its job. Even you’re your home isn’t getting proper cooling, your AC unit can still drive your monthly bills upward. Consider upgrading to a new, energy efficient air conditioner that reduces those costs.

Don’t hesitate to contact the local professionals at State Automatic if your air conditioner shows any of these signs. After identifying what’s causing the problems, we’ll recommend your best options. If replacement is advisable, take advantage of our affordable air conditioner financing.

Credit requirements and other conditions may apply. Call State Automatic for details.

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