High Efficiency Furnaces
Install a high efficiency furnace and save 30% on your fuel bill. Pays for itself quickly.
New high efficiency gas furnaces actually use 30% less fuel than an older lower efficiency furnace. You will find it wise to select a high efficiency gas furnace since the price of natural gas is certainly going to rise in future years.
A high efficiency natural gas furnace will cost several thousand dollars with installation costs so you must think very carefully about what will be the best furnace for your use, and you must choose the best contractor for installation. Be sure get a firm quote before giving the work to anyone and wherever possible get quotes from several contractors.
A lower cost mid efficiency furnace converts 80% to82% of the gas burnt into heat for your home. A high efficiency gas furnace converts 90% to 97% of the gas to usable heat for your house. It is quite obvious that the highest efficiency furnace you can find will be best and will pay for itself in fuel saved over the course of just a few years. The actual time taken to payout of the cost, depends obviously on exactly how much fuel you will burn. In colder climates, a lot of natural gas is used and the payout will be much faster with the big saving in fuel cost.
High efficiency natural gas furnaces also run more quietly than older models, and will maintain the temperature in your house at a more constant level, due to the way they operate. It is really important to buy the correct size of furnace to heat your particular house properly. A high efficiency furnace can be of lower BTU output than a mid efficiency furnace or of the old furnace it is replacing and will do the job. If the insulation in your house is not good you should be sure that this is corrected prior to installing the new high efficiency furnace. Poor insulation, and/or areas where heat can leak from your house need to be identified and corrected wherever possible to do so
The cost of installing a new high efficiency gas furnace will vary, and depends on the amount of work to be done and the materials which are required. High efficiency furnaces are usually vented through an outside wall and cold air is pulled into the furnace via plastic piping from outside.
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High Efficiency Furnaces