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Ireland HVAC Shares The Average Lifespan Of A Home Furnace And How To Increase It

Ireland HVAC, Greenwood, Indiana’s most trusted HVAC company, is helping homeowners understand approximately how long they can expect their home’s furnace to last. For more information, visit

Home furnaces are a complete system that includes the blower, burners, filter, and ductwork, among other things. There are four main types of furnaces depending on the fuel they use – natural gas, oil, electric, and propane. The fuel is spent to warm up air that is then transported through the home’s air ducts. Furnaces also include filters that remove dust and other particles from the air before they reach the house to ensure good indoor air quality.

“With regular maintenance,” says Steve Ireland, the owner of Ireland HVAC, “your furnace’s life can be at least 15 to 20 years. By performing annual inspections and promptly repairing any potential problems, you can extend its lifespan even further. For Columbus and Greenwood residents, we offer yearly maintenance plans to serve this exact need. You can trust us to pinpoint with great detail the issues in your home furnace that have the potential for failure and correct them before they turn into costlier repairs. We even offer 24-hour emergency heating services for homeowners who need immediate assistance. Call us today to find out more about what we can do for the longevity of your home’s heating system. For more information about furnace lifespans, visit”

Several factors determine the lifespan of a home furnace system. The size of the furnace is a big factor as those that are not equipped to heat larger homes push more air throughout their life and are likely to wear out sooner. Moreover, furnaces that cycle more quickly become more prone to wear out their parts. So, it is advised to seek the guidance of an experienced professional when determining the size of the furnace that a home needs.

Faulty installation is another way in which a furnace’s lifespan can be diminished. If the ductwork is too small, too big, or sealed, it can inadequately limit airflow. Other problems include a poor drainage system for extremely energy-efficient furnaces and incorrectly installed fuel lines. Finally, setting the thermostat between 60°F and 80°F can also cause it to wear out quicker.

“Regardless of whether it is a mismatch of furnace capacity and home size or a faulty installation,” says Steve, “you can rely on Ireland HVAC to spot these issues and offer solutions that fit your budget. With our yearly maintenance plan, you can rest assured that your home furnace will always work in top-notch condition, and you won’t have to worry about being left out in the cold at an inopportune time. Call us today to get started with our range of heating and cooling services in Greenwood and Columbus, Indiana.”

Ireland HVAC’s heating services include gas heaters, oil furnaces, heat pumps, fan coils, hybrid heat, geothermal, water heaters, garage heaters, packaged systems, duct-free systems, and more. Its cooling services include standard AC, heat pump, duct-free systems, geothermal, fan coil, and more. All in all, the company offers everything that Indiana homeowners need to keep their home HVAC working flawlessly throughout the seasons.

Steve appeals to Greenwood homeowners to call on Ireland HVAC the next time they are facing HVAC problems by saying, “We have been offering industry-standard heating and cooling services with world-class customer service throughout Central Indiana for over 30 years now. We are even a designated, factory licensed, Bryant "Healthy Air Professional." This means that our service technicians are accredited through the North American Service Technician Quality (NATE) program and have actually been trained and checked in the field of indoor air quality. We work hard to ensure your home, your safe space, is as clean and comfortable as possible for you and your family.”

Readers can find out more about Ireland HVAC by visiting its website or contacting the company at (317) 961-8871. More information is also available in a recent press release at


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