Save Home Heat Company has over thirty five years experience working with standard and high efficiency furnaces. We will provide you with information and options to allow you to choose the best product to fit your needs.
Please review these tips as you consider a new or replacement furnace for your home:
Furnaces with gas efficiency ratings of up to 98% are now available. Many older furnaces operate with gas efficiencies of 70–80%. Some furnace models also have much more efficient electric motors that significantly reduce electrical consumption.
High efficiency furnaces often have sealed burning chambers and doors with gaskets to isolate operating noise inside the furnace. Two-stage and modulating furnaces operate at reduced BTU and fan levels to minimize noise through the duct system. Many older furnaces were oversized, making them louder than necessary.
Combine all these factors and you may end up with a significantly quieter furnace!
Effectiveness and Comfort
A properly sized and installed furnace can make a huge improvement in the comfort level in your home. And while it may seem counter-intuitive, a smaller system is often what your home needs to heat better. Proper air flow is the key. During the installation process, we typically modify the sheet metal surrounding the furnace to improve air movement through the duct system.
If your home doesn't heat evenly or comfortably, we can help!
Variable Output Levels
Furnaces are now available with two-stage and modulating output levels. This equipment is more efficient and can significantly improve comfort levels by more evenly distributing the warm air in your home. Customers often complain that parts of their home don’t heat well, or that they freeze in certain areas and boil in others. By delivering air at a reduced output level for a longer period of time, variable output equipment can eliminate or reduce these issues.
A high efficiency system will burn more cleanly, reducing emissions into the atmosphere. And by using less gas, our limited gas resource is conserved. The metal from your old furnace will be recycled.
Utility company and manufacturer rebates are often available on higher efficiency systems.
The Save Home Heat Advantage
Save Home Heat Company has been installing furnaces for over 35 years. Our sales team will guide you to the product that best fits your goals. We'll size the system properly, construct the sheet metal surrounding your furnace for optimal air flow, and install the system to meet local and national codes. The quote is free and we will never pressure you to ‘sign now’!