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Reputable Furnace Replacement Services To Keep You Warm!

Have you found the best air conditioning and furnace servicing company in this area? If the answer is yes, still hear us out. Sky HVAC is a locally owned and operated company that offers emergency services, flat-rate pricing, and friendly customer care. One of our biggest sources of pride is the ability to make people happy by being honest and affordable. This means that we offer and stand by our 100% satisfaction guarantee!

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When A Furnace Should Be Replaced

Sometimes furnace maintenance may slip your mind–it happens to everyone. Unfortunately, if your furnace is left in disrepair for years on end and is never serviced, it can take a toll on the unit. Skipping the yearly inspection and maintenance on a furnace not only diminishes the life of the unit but also minimizes the efficiency and could put your family at risk of numerous problems. Sometimes a furnace just gets old–but either way–you should know the signs that your unit needs to be replaced:


AGE – generally speaking, furnaces last 16-20 years. This doesn’t mean that the unit will only last 20 years, and it doesn’t mean it will last a minimum of 16. This age is average. If your furnace is around this many years old, be ready for the possibility of needed repair work or replacement


DUST – large amounts of dust may be indicating that your furnace cannot clean the air anymore. If your air filters have been changed as needed, this is a red flag


STRANGE NOISES – strange noises coming from an older unit could mean that a component or two has shaken loose over time and needs to be repaired or replaced. Unfortunately, it is common that the cost of repair or replacement of the part is high and cannot be justified on an older unit


YELLOW PILOT LIGHT – a furnace pilot light should be blue. If it is not blue, but instead yellow, this could indicate that there is too much carbon monoxide from the heat exchangers. Carbon monoxide can be deadly if inhaled consistently, even over a short period


COLD AIR – the whole point of a furnace is to warm your home. If you find that your unit is blowing cold air it could be several issues. The one commonality of all the possible issues is that they are signs that your furnace should be replaced

Why Should You Install A New Furnace?

The obvious reason for needing a furnace installed is that you’re cold. With that said, there are a few more reasons why you may want to install a new furnace in your home.


To begin with, having an HVAC system you can run through the winter can improve your indoor air quality. The air filter in your furnace can help keep things like dirt, mold, and dust out of your air! Furnace Installation can also ensure that your whole house gets heated evenly this winter. Not to mention that new furnaces are more energy efficient, and break down less often than older ones do.

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Don’t Do It Yourself

Installing a furnace is serious work. It requires a combination of wiring and connection skills and knowledge of safety procedures. Aside from these issues, installing a furnace typically requires certain tools that are unlikely to be sitting in your toolbox. This means that you’ll have to purchase them and hopefully not void any warranties that came with the furnace.

Trust A Sky Guy

If you’re unsure of whether or not your furnace just needs a good servicing or needs to be completely replaced, call Sky HVAC. We can inspect your furnace and inform you of the needed repairs or if it is better to replace the unit. Once that decision has been made, we can either maintain it or help you choose the best unit for the needs of your home. Finally, we will gladly install your new furnace, being sure to keep the manufacturer’s warranty intact and informing you of the best way to reach optimal temperatures.

The Sky Club Maintenance Program

Our Sky HVAC air conditioner tune-up and maintenance services includes a 21-point inspection. We make sure your system is running at peak performance by checking amp draws, refrigerant levels, etc., which will save you on energy cost. We inspect critical components (motors, capacitors, condenser coils, compressor, etc.) thus ensuring system reliability.


We will also conduct a full inspection of your AC duct system to make sure there are no air leaks that can be responsible for reduced airflow. An AC tune-up will ensure that your air conditioning system will be running as efficiently as possible and give your peace of mind knowing that your system won’t break down when you need it most!


Sky HVAC is a licensed HVAC contractor, rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau, a Duke Energy Trade Partner, a Gas Advantage Partner of Piedmont Natural Gas and has been accredited as a Great Place To Work.

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By Logan Eppley 03 Jun, 2022
As the summer heats up, you’ll naturally be using your air conditioner more and more. This is an effective way to beat the heat, but extensive use of your AC unit can cause wear and tear, or reveal existing problems. We at Sky HVAC want to help you and your family stay comfortable this summer, and to help you do that, our team has put together a list of signs to watch for in order to tell if you need air conditioner repair. Blows Warm Air - One clear sign that something is up with your air conditioner is warm air coming from your vents. If you put your hand by a vent and feel warm air, you probably need air conditioner repair. Makes Loud Noises - Another sign you should be wary of is loud or unusual noises coming from your AC unit. All air conditioners will make some noise as they run, but if you hear grinding, screeching, or scraping sounds from your unit, you should call our team at Sky HVAC to find out if you need air conditioner repair. Smells Bad - Your air conditioner is not supposed to stink. If you notice a bad smell coming from your unit when you turn it on, it’s likely that you need air conditioner repair. A musty smell usually indicates mold somewhere in your system, while a burned smell is likely the result of wire insulation burning out. If you notice any of these signs in your home or find something else unusual happening in your air conditioner, call our team at Sky HVAC. We’ll identify the problem and get your AC running smoothly as soon as possible.
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