Learn About Your Options
Did you know the average lifespan of a home furnace is 12-15 years? If your unit is approaching or has exceeded this time frame, you are likely considering a new HVAC system. Learn how we can help you save with our rebates and special offers.
Your furnace is a big investment. We understand that making the right decisions today is crucial to your long-term home comfort.
Here are some of our incentives:
- Free Reme HaloⓇ air purification unit with the purchase of a complete system
- Free maintenance package with new installations
To protect you from surprise breakdowns and costly repairs, we provide a comprehensive maintenance package backed up by both parts & labor warranties.
- 10 year parts warranty on 16 SEER or higher Trane installs
- 5 year labor warranty on 16-18 SEER systems
- 10 year labor warranty on 20 SEER systems
- Maintenance plans from $185/year (2 visits per year)
Benefits of a maintenance plan
Regular furnace tune-ups and safety checks will ensure your system is running efficiently, saving you money on monthly heating bills.
A thorough maintenance plan completed by licensed and certified technicians also secures the longevity of your furnace, providing you peace of mind.
WHAT SIZE FURNACE DO I NEED?
When it comes to choosing an energy-efficient furnace, there’s no one size fits all model. If your home’s furnace is too large, it will turn on and off more often, losing its efficiency.
If it’s too small, it needs to work harder, running more often without adequately heating your space.
HOW WE DETERMINE THE RIGHT SIZE FURNACE FOR YOUR NEEDS
On average a 2,500 sq/ft home will require a furnace with the energy output of 75,000 BTUs, but there are many other factors that need to be considered, such as:
- Age of Home
- Number of Windows
- Room Sizes
- Average Climate
- Building Insulation
Our experienced team of heating technicians can help determine the right size furnace for your needs based on these factors.
WHY CHOOSE A HIGH-EFFICIENCY FURNACE?
Different furnaces deliver different heating efficiency levels. You can find out your furnace’s heating efficiency by looking at the yellow energy guide attached to it. If your furnace is 82% efficient, then it’s using 82% of its fuel to heat your home.
The higher your furnace’s efficiency is, the lower its fuel usage becomes—which means it costs less money to run.
High-efficiency furnaces tend to cost more upfront, but the long-term savings in monthly heating costs can be well worth the initial investment.
Find out what size furnace you need by contacting our licensed and certified team of technicians.