Today's new high efficiency furnaces can save up to 50% in operating costs over a ten-year-old furnace. Many 1990 and earlier model furnaces have Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) ratings of 65% or less. The minimum AFUE rated furnace that can be sold in the United States today is 80%.
Our current product offering starts at 80% AFUE and goes all the way to a very efficient 96.6% AFUE rating. Depending on your average usage, higher AFUE rated furnaces can significantly reduce your gas bill.
We offer many furnaces with variable and multi-speed features that can provide enhanced indoor comfort by slowly ramping up to your thermostat setting rather than simply turning on at full speed. This alleviates the "cold air blow" often associated with single speed furnaces, and dramatically reduces system noise.
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With qualified professional technicians that are Factory Trained and NATE Certified we will fix your furnace right the first time and have it up and running quickly.
Before calling for emergency furnace service, please read the tips below. It may prevent a service call or help us diagnose your problem quicker:
- Check the settings on your thermostat. Make sure the temperature control selector is set above the current room temperature, and the system switch is on the HEAT or AUTO position. The fan switch should be set to ON for continuous airflow or AUTO if you want the blower to operate only while the furnace is operating.
- Check the thermostat batteries.
- Try to get the furnace to turn on by raising the thermostat to its highest temperature setting.
- Check the air filter, an extremely dirty air filter can block air flow and cause the furnace to shut down on limit.
- Make sure all registers are open and not obstructed.
- Check the power disconnect switch by the furnace.
- Check the fuse/breaker at the electrical panel for the furnace.
- Check to make sure the gas control valve to the furnace is open.
- Check the pilot light. (Electronic ignitions will not have a pilot light).
- If the problem persists, please contact us.
With a high efficiency furnace check that the vent's pipes outside are not blocked with snow or frost.