When winter is just around the corner, there is nothing more important than selecting the best heating system for your home. This is when buying a furnace becomes important. There are many homes which are heated with either boilers or furnaces. Furnaces are said to be the best form which heats the air and then distribute the heated air all over the house using the ducts. High-efficiency furnaces have become important since they are reliable, quiet, affordable, powerful and effective at maintaining normal comfortable temperatures in the home. Furnaces are also known to reduce your energy bills by 45% since they replace the old system.
what are the things to consider before buying a furnace?
- Fuel Source
There are many options available when it comes to furnace, i.e. electric, gas and oil. The most economical solution is considered to be the electric-powered one. Since the system transfers the heat from one air stream to another, there is less use of electricity.
- Zoning system
There are various parts in your home which might get colder or hotter depending on location and construction factors. If the thermostat is located in one of these areas, the hot and cold spots will be all over the home. This implies that you will be using more energy than necessary in order to keep the home at the set temperature. A zoning system can solve up these issues and can help you use the right amount of energy in order to keep your home warm and comfortable.
A compromise on the furnace installation quality is dangerous because an improper installation means performance issues that can be taxing on your wallet in the long run. Since heating systems are complicated, it is better to install it from a professional person.
- Fuel Source
We help you in choosing the best furnace for your home which can keep your surroundings comfortable and warm. We also install the furnace professionally so that it runs for a longer duration.
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- Upgrading your heating system to a high-efficiency furnace will increase your quality of comfort AND reduce your energy bills by up to 39% per year*.
- The efficiency of a furnace is measured by the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) which is commonly expressed in percentages.
- Furnaces are categorized by how they operate and distribute heat throughout your home.
Your furnace may be categorized as:
- Single Stage Furnace
- Two-Stage or Dual-Stage Furnace
- Modulating or Variable Furnace