When it’s time to replace your current heating system or furnace, Bosque knows exactly how to help. Our service is always high quality and we provide equipment at a variety of price points that work for every home and budget. If your furnace is reaching the end of its lifespan (typically 12-15 years), or if you need furnace installation on a new build we’d love to help.
Heating Replacement in Albuquerque You Can Trust
If you’re worried your furnace may be reaching the end of its life, don’t worry just yet. Routine maintenance and repairs keep furnaces running for their full lifespan. Especially if your furnace is newer, an outage in heat may be able to be fixed with a simple repair. The variety of home styles and builds in the greater Albuquerque area are vast, but we’ve been in business for over 56 years and have worked with them all. Let us diagnose your heating problem and get it fixed up for you.
Albuquerque Heating Installation and Replacement
It’s best to be proactive about furnace replacement. Furnaces often go out all at once. But even before they do, they can start to emit carbon monoxide in your home. Obviously, no one wants that! But aside from potential health risks, older furnaces can be very inefficient, letting up to 40% of the money you spend on heating your home go to waste. Whether you need to upgrade to a more efficient model or your furnace is just reaching the end of its life, let Bosque help you figure out what your options are.
Furnace Maintenance in New Mexico
Like your car, your furnace requires regular maintenance. When you take care of the furnace at your home or business, you increase the likelihood of it operating for its full lifespan. Proper gas to air ratios, clean parts, and repairing small cracks before they become too big are all a part of furnace maintenance.
Can altitude affect the functionality of my furnace?
Furnaces are built to run optimally at sea level. And in the Albuquerque area, our clients are living at anywhere from 5,000+ feet to over 9,000 feet in the Sandia Park area. Furnaces at higher altitudes need to have a lower gas input or else the air to gas ratio is off and the furnace burns dirty. Not all installers account for altitude and this is something Bosque pays careful attention to.
If your furnace is older (12-15 years old) or running less than optimally, or if you’ve added an addition to your home or workspace, it may be time for a new furnace or heating system. Please call the trained technicians at Bosque and we will provide you with solutions that work for every need and budget.