Number of California jurisdictions banning natural gas in new construction
The carbon reduction goal California has set to achieve by 2030
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Ready to replace your failing gas furnace?
If your furnace is:
- More than ten years old
- Breaking down more than twice in the past year
- Continually increasing your energy bills
If this is the case for you then it’s time to replace your outdated furnace! And if you are going to replace your furnace, why replace it with another gas-fueled unit that is going to be obsolete within the decade (or sooner)?
Time for Furnace Replacement? Go Electric!
As California energy codes are calling for no more new gas lines to be installed, the days of the gas furnace are numbered. If you are considering upgrading to a new furnace, now is the perfect time to start the electrification of your home appliances by installing heating equipment that relies on the efficient use of electricity instead of fossil fuels.
The benefits of replacing your furnace with an all electric alternative include:
Protection from unpredictable natural gas prices
- More efficient operation
- Reduced carbon footprint
- Increased control over your home comfort
Fresh Furnace, Fresh Sizing, Electric Comfort
One of the most common problems with household furnaces is that they are improperly sized for the heating load of a home. A furnace that is too large will “short cycle”, causing unnecessary wear and tear and unexpected breakdowns as the furnace continues to turn on and off. A furnace that is too small will be overworked, constantly running to keep up with the thermostat settings and wasting energy in the process.
By choosing Electrify My Home as your furnace replacement contractor, we will ensure your new furnace is not too big, not too little, but just right so that you can trust your new furnace to provide the maximum amount of comfort while using the minimal amount of electricity.