If you’re ready to replace your old furnace with one that not only works, but works efficiently to reduce your energy bills (and have less of an impact on the environment), here’s what you need to know to prepare for installation.
Homes and furnaces are mismatched all the time. The size of your furnace will depend on the requirements for heating the unique size of your living space. Many homeowners opt to go larger than is actually necessary, but the result is always waste (costlier installation and excessive energy consumption). It’s much more expensive to install larger furnaces because they come with bigger air duct requirements too.
Your Home (and You) Deserve a Tailored Solution
When you work with an HVAC expert to find the right furnace for your home, they will take into consideration:
Consulting with an expert is the only way to ensure that you make the right choice. They can also educate you on the new furnace’s required or recommended maintenance schedule and instruct you on how to inspect and clean the air filters.
Did You Know?
Modern furnaces can reach an annual fuel-utilization-efficiency (AFUE) rating of 97%. Forty years ago, that rating was around 65%. Opting to go with a higher AFUE rated furnace will not only save you money in the longer run, but with one you may be eligible for a tax credit! Check with your tax preparer to confirm before you make a purchase.
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