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It May Not Be Pretty But HEY, IT'S PAID FOR!"

[ACTUALLY, THAT’S BAD LOGIC…]

You See, At a Certain Point Energy Inefficiency, Repairs and Constant Run Cycles to Maintain Temperature Can Cost You Nearly As Much Money – And Far More Aggravation – Than Enjoying The Savings Benefits of a New High-Efficiency Furnace.

DO I NEED A NEW FURNACE?

Did You Know?

The Average Lifespan of a Furnace is 15 – 20 years, But typically they don’t go all at once.  Instead, they begin to deteriorate over time, which means that furnace you thought was all paid for actually starts costing you money again after only a few years. By the time you get to year 15, between inefficiencies in energy AND electric use, you’re basically making a monthly payment again – on an old unit!

Contact the friendly folks at Flanders to find out more, and get up to $1,000 For Your Existing Furnace* and Available 0% Financing right now!

To get started, call (631) 727-2760 or click the button below.

NOT JUST A MONETARY COST...

Furnace Inefficiency Affects Your Quality Of Life

The loss of efficiency not means you spend more for less, but it also can have an impact on your quality of life. Does your house feel dry or dusty? After as few as 12 years, a furnace can easily begin losing the ability to keep your home humidified and well-ventilated. What’s more, it’s ability to make and maintain adequate hot water levels and consistent heat levels throughout your home can fast become compromised.  As with any mechanical system, regular maintenance can go a long way toward extend the unit’s life, but over time mechanical units simply need replacement.  The Key is not waiting until you’re upside-down on the cost-benefit ratio.

Contact the friendly folks at Flanders to find out more, and get up to $1,000 For Your Existing Furnace* and Available 0% Financing right now!

To get started, call (631) 727-2760 or click the button below.

Dangers of an old furnace

What Color is Your Pilot Light?

If you have a gas furnace and your pilot light is yellow, it could mean that your furnace is producing carbon monoxide.

Signs include:

  • Streaks of soot around furnace
  • Absence of an upward draft in your chimney
  • Excess moisture found on windows, walls, or other cold surfaces
  • Excessive rusting on flue pipes, other pipe connections, or appliance jacks
  • Small amount of water leaking from the base of the chimney, vent, or flue pipe
  • Rust on the portion of the vent pipe visible from the outside.

AT THE END OF THE DAY

Truth is, your “Paid For” Furnace May Be Costing You More Than You Think!

The Good News is your Friends at Flanders are offering a Great Fall Furnace Replacement Program right now designed to help you assess your furnace’s condition, and make sure you’re in good shape BEFORE Winter comes and your heat decides to stop working in the middle of the night!  Your Home Comfort is Important to us – and has been for Over 60 Years!  We’re not looking to make a quick sale and move on, but are truly invested in our customers and friends, so even if you just have a question or concern, feel free to give us a call – we’re always Happy to Help!

Don't Forget: Our Fall Furnace Replacement Offer Is For A Limited Time Only! Call Flanders Today to Schedule Your FREE In-Home Assessment!

EFFICIENT COMFORT FOR ALL SEASONS

Not Sure?
How About a FREE In-Home Assessment?

During our fall Furnace Event Take Advantage Of:

  • Free In-Home Consultation
  • A Wide range of Affordable High-Efficiency Furnace Options
  • Quick and Easy Installation
  • Up To $1,000 Trade-In*
  • 0% Financing*

*Must purchase and Install a new gas high-efficiency Furnace system and replace an existing gas Furnace to qualify. Must qualify for financing, Additional restrictions may apply. See dealer for complete details. Expires 10/31/18.

GET STARTED

Contact Flanders Today

Flanders’ Home Environment Specialists are ready to help you design the perfect ductless solution for you and your family. Call us at (631) 727-2760 or just fill out the information below, and we’ll be in touch to help you get started!