When is the right time to replace or repair your furnace.

Assessing Your Options

Most likely, if you are reading this page, the central heating and cooling system in your home is not functioning properly. With the help and support of your local Goodman® brand dealer, you are preparing to make the decision whether it’s best to repair or replace the old heating and/or cooling system. As you prepare to make this decision be certain to consider these options:

  • Energy-efficient performance of a new unit can lower utility bills
  • Enhanced indoor comfort levels of a new system with ComfortNetTM Controls
  • Consistent indoor comfort with a new variable speed system
  • Initial costs associated with repairing your current system
  • Cost of purchasing a new heating and cooling system

Deciding Factors


Here are some factors to consider as you decide whether to repair or replace your current heating and cooling system:

Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency
ratings are set by the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers or ASHRAE. The higher the AFUE rating, the greater its potential energy savings.

For example, a Goodman brand gas furnace with an AFUE rating of 98% indicates that for every $1.00 of energy used to operate the furnace – only two cents is not fully utilized.
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating
is the term used to identify the air-cooling efficiency rating of a heat pump. The higher the rating number the more efficient it is designed to operate.
Heating Season Performance Factor
identifies the air-heating efficiency of a heat pump. The higher the rating number the more energy efficient the heat pump performs.

You may contact Ace Hi Plumbing,Heating and Air.  We are based in Loveland,Colorado.

We will be happy to assist you with repair or replacement.

We care.  We are a family owned honest company.  We background check all of our employees.

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