I have a Peerless gas boiler in a townhouse in Connecticut. It is 43 years old and works but I worry parts may not be available if it breaks. Should I replace it?Post created: 2016-02-28 Type of Equipment: Boiler Views: 47
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On 2016-03-01 Gary wrote:
As you said, parts may not be available for a furnace that old, but as the old saying goes, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." If it is running properly, there is no reason to replace it. But if something is wrong, a 43-year-old unit probably should be replaced. A new furnace will run much cleaner and be much more efficient, too. If you'd like to talk with a contractor about replacing your furnace, we can help you find one, here.