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When the heater begins to malfunction, many homeowners debate whether they should call for furnace repair or purchase an upgraded system. There are pros and cons to each choice, and each individual will have to do some research and to think to decide for herself or himself. Reparation can function as the sound thing to do or not. At least that is what the manufacturers of new HVAC systems would like. Manufacturers make money when new products are bought. On the other hand, buying a new system can be good for the planet because of increased energy efficiency. If a system is so old that it guzzles energy like a hungry monster, this will produce a massive carbon footprint on the earth. The planetary organic resources are being depleted at an unfortunately high rate. Here are some things to think about. An ounce of preventative care is worth a pound of repair. Want to keep that HVAC working seamlessly for many years to come? Then perform regular maintenance and servicing. Replace the filter every month like clockwork. Buy a huge supply of the properly sized filters in the local hardware store and keep them handy at home. On a specific date, like the first of each month or each full moon, take out the old dusty one and discard it. Slip the new one into place, and voila, you've just extended the life of your furnace. Having a service technician come in at the start of every season to do service will be a wise step, too. How old is your heater? Ancient furnace systems which clunk, clank and guzzle may be outdated. When this old dinosaur breaks down, it may be sensible to give it a decent burial. If it's only a few years old, however it would be wiser to call the correct person out to fix it. The government has given the "energy star" label to many different green products that are proven to cut energy consumption by 10 to 15%. The average family spends a couple of thousand dollars to heat their home each winter, and these savings can accumulate quickly. Not only will the utility bills be lower, but the government provides tax breaks to homeowners who install energy star products. When choosing a repair person to fix your HVAC, it is wise to get some word-of-mouth referrals from friends, neighbours and relatives. It is even smarter to establish a relationship with a technician before a breakdown occurs. Having an annual seasonal service performed will be the ideal opportunity to have this business relationship cemented. When the heater goes kaput, it might be smart to call for furnace repair or may just be a wakeup call to buy a new system.