Upgrading to a High Efficiency Furnace
Gas bills too high? Time to bring that number down with an upgraded high efficiency gas furnace. Is it Really worth it to switch to a modern high efficiency gas furnace? Absolutley!! Furnaces are measured using the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency rating. The higher the A.F.U.E the less energy the furnace will consume which means more savings. Install furnaces with an higher A.F.U.E rating. Most homeowners today will install a minimum of a 96% A.F.U.E rating furnace. Ask us for more details. With different rebates available, now is the best time to upgrade your furnace.
Sizing of Furnaces
A furnace size being too small will not heat up your home properly. A furnace size too big isn’t the solution either. When the furnace is undersized, you will notice the unit working non-stop which results in high energy costs. In the other hand, if the unit is too big for the size of the home you will realize the unit to be turning on and off very frequently. In order to choose the correct size of the furnace we take a few things into consideration. Size of the home, doors, windows, insulation, position of the furnace, etc.
Most popular models
The Merit Series' highly efficient, variable speed furnace is designed with a smaller cabinet height which makes it easier to fit in varying spaces. Variable speed fan and two stages of gas combine to provide a higher level of comfort; the variable speed fan provides greater humidity control, gives more consistent airflow and reduces hot and cold spots. With two-stage gas valve and 96 AFUE, homeowners will see long-term cost savings. Thoroughly tested to be reliable and durable, this Merit series product delivers long-lasting comfort.