Star Heating and Cooling
Star Heating & Cooling is a local heating and air conditioning company located in Central Indiana. We have over 30 years of experience and employ only the best and most qualified HVAC experts in the business.
We are committed to serving all of your comfort needs. Furnace installation and furnace replacement service in Noblesville, IN, is just one facet of many we can help with. Trust Star to do it all! Our heating, air conditioning, and indoor air quality technicians provide a full range of services for your heating and cooling systems. Contact us today to schedule service.
We offer a variety of furnace services to all of our clients. From heating repair service to general maintenance, we can do it all. One of the most popular heating services we offer is natural gas furnace installation and furnace replacement. However, it can be difficult to know when exactly your unit needs to be replaced. As a result, some people wait until it’s too late to call a company to install a new furnace. As experts in the furnace installation process, we’re here to tell you what to look for if you’re considering replacing your furnace soon.
If your Noblesville furnace is noisy or is running louder than usual, these are signs that it’s time to replace it with a new furnace. Typically, a furnace only makes a lot of noise if it has cracks, leaks, or other structural issues that compromise its functionality.
Rattling, popping, or banging noises are telltale signs that a furnace may be at the end of its life.
Higher-than-usual energy bills are another sign of a malfunctioning gas furnace. Energy bills shouldn’t have sudden dramatic increases if there has been regular maintenance. However, if there’s a jump in what you’re paying monthly, it could indicate that the internal parts of the heater are wearing out.
Extra money paid toward gas and electricity with a broken heater can go toward a new, energy-efficient furnace!
The typical life expectancy for a furnace is around 18 years, but any unit that’s over 15 years old is likely to have issues. As time goes on, internal and external parts, such as the blower fan, wear down, and the furnace will become less efficient. If your unit is over 15 years old, we recommend replacing it with an Energy Star-rated furnace, which is more efficient than older furnaces.
If you have central heating but you’re feeling cold indoors, or if temperatures are significantly different between rooms, it may be time to replace your unit. This could be due to a malfunctioning thermostat or an air leak, but if those causes have been ruled out, it’s at least time to schedule a consultation with a heating company.
If you’ve noticed dust, dirt, and soot building up around the house while your furnace is running, it can ruin indoor air quality and be a sign that the heater needs to be replaced. With a furnace, dust build-up is inevitable because the air it cycles can disturb dirty surfaces. However, more dust than usual can be an indicator that the filtration technology isn’t as good as it used to be. For dust, dirt, and soot build-up that is lowering your overall indoor air quality, call the experts at Star Heating & Cooling today for furnace repair service.
There are several things to consider when deciding which furnace is right for your home in Noblesville and the surrounding areas:
Some furnaces will work better in some climates and surrounding areas. For example, homes in mild climates that experience warm temperatures will do best with a gas furnace that has an annual fuel utilization efficiency of 80 or more. Homes in colder climates need more power, so the annual fuel utilization efficiency should be 90 or higher.
There are two major types of furnaces: Gas and electric. Oil furnaces also exist but are rarely used.
Gas furnaces: A gas furnace is generally more expensive to install than an electric furnace but has cheaper fuel costs. Gas line installation is an added cost in the natural gas furnace installation process.
Electric furnaces: An electric furnace has a cheaper installation cost because it doesn’t require a gas line, but it is less energy efficient. It’s up to you and your heating and air conditioning company to determine which one suits your home better.
The most efficient furnaces are electric. However, electricity is more expensive than gas, making it more expensive in the long run than a gas furnace. Therefore, energy efficiency depends on how much you’d like to spend on a furnace long-term.
Furnaces that are too small will fail to heat the entire home. Furnaces that are too large will produce too much heat for the home, creating a higher power bill.
Consider the size of the home, as well as the following factors:
Are you confident that you’re receiving the best deal on HVAC system repair or installation services? Star Heating & Cooling offers free second opinions on estimates for repairs of air conditioning or heating systems or quotes for a new unit. If we can match or beat the price quoted by our competitor, we’d love to have your business. If the estimate you’ve already received is fair, we’ll let you know that, too.
We know that furnaces or heat pumps won’t always wait to break down until it’s convenient for you. Because of this, we offer 24-hour emergency service, 7 days a week. Don’t hesitate to call us just because it’s past business hours.
We’re happy to give you expert and balanced advice on whether you should consider repairing or replacing your cooling or heating system. As a family-owned and operated business, we’re interested in retaining you as a customer for a long time to come. For quality heating and air conditioning service, including reliable heating and air conditioning repair and replacement, contact Star today.
Star Heating & Cooling has outstanding service and helped restore A/C to our home when we discovered the system stopped working properly. Jeff Rich was our technician and he came in, found the issue within the first 15 minutes, and provided some other great recommendations to assist with making our home more HVAC efficient. Will definitely utilize their Star’s service again for all of our HVAC needs!
– Jordan K.