Consumer Reviews of Homart furnaces
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Date created: 2013-04-30
"45 Years Old..."
My Homart furnace, which my grandparents purchased in 1967 (I now own the home, they passed away) well, after 45 years, the blower motor decided enough is enough. I live in Northwest Indiana and the furnace is covered by a protection plan through my utility company, NIPSCO. I put in a call and they sent somebody right out to install a new blower motor (thank goodness I still have the owner's manual/wiring diagrams, they were very helpful for the tech). Furnace/AC is working PERFECT again. This is the first time (other than a few bad thermocouples) that this unit has failed. The tech says the heat exchanger still looks great (which are ceramic coated). This is the quietest furnace I have ever heard running. I know she's not the most energy efficient (probably only 60 percent) but the old house has new windows/doors, is well insulated to make up for that along with smoke/carbon monoxide detectors on every level. I am curious if anyone else has a Homart furnace that is still going. Eric
Years owned: 18
"Very reliable furnace, no problems in 18 years!"
We moved into our house in the early 90's, and the old folks who lived here before us had a Sears Roebuck Homart gas furnace. We just replaced it with a Carrier ics in 09 because it was estimated to be between 40 to 60 years old. Never had a problem with this old furnace. It just was wonderful. Heated great, was very quiet, and just no problems. Hope we have the same luck with our new Carrier ics!
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