Keeping Your Home Cozy, No Matter What
Why Install a Furnace?
If you’re looking for immediate, noticeable heat, a furnace is the best choice to warm your home. That is because furnaces burn fuel to produce heat – rather than extracting heat from the outside air, which is what a heat pump does (as you may understand, that’s not always easy for a heat pump during prolonged cold periods). Therefore, furnaces burn hotter and more quickly heat a home.
Furnaces generally use natural gas to produce heat but can also use propane, oil, and electricity. And modern furnaces maintain the same heat-generating quality of traditional HVAC products but also utilize much more efficient systems that can as easily be controlled remotely as at thermostat itself.
Conditioned Air’s experienced technicians are happy to inspect your home, talk with you about your comfort needs and help you to determine what type of furnace best suits you.
How long do Modern Furnaces Last?
Every HVAC component comes with a shelf life – anywhere from 15 to 30 years on average – and if your heating unit is ready for replacement, Conditioned Air Systems follows a detailed plan that assures the best outcome for your furnace installation.
To maximize efficiency and ensure you get the exact system you desire, we come to you and measure your structure to exact standards and get to know you and your needs. And Conditioned Air Systems only carries brands that are known for quality performance and leading the HVAC industry in innovation.
So, no matter if you need a gas, oil, electric, or modulating furnace, we will help you decide the best heating product for your needs. We will also work to find the right fit for your budget, utilizing ENERGY STAR guidelines and our knowledge to provide the most efficient heat for your dollar.
Advances in Furnace Technology
Developments have made a big difference in furnace technology, including:
Heating to Maintain Comfort
New furnace blowers have multiple/variable speeds, allowing more control over circulation and how quickly warm air is delivered to the rooms. It does not simply all come out in one big blast.
Like the variable speed units mentioned above, new furnaces also feature staggered levels of operation – instead of just running full-bore and then shutting off. These multiple stages deliver more consistent comfort.
Modern furnaces will not turn on until they are ready to circulate warm air – unlike older systems, which started blowing as soon as they activated (before the furnace had heated all the air in the HVAC system), leading to some cold air circulation and inefficiency.
These modern furnaces also do not waste remaining heat – unlike older system which vented waste gas. But that gas still retained heat that was wasted. Modern systems ensure more heat stays in the HVAC system.
Let Our Experts Help You Decide
We know heating and all types of furnace installation. And we also stand behind all of installations, repair work, and service with certified warranty. It is an approach that has produced countless satisfied customers since we first opened our doors in 1983.
And our 24-hour emergency line is open to all clients to ensure satisfaction – no matter when you need it. And our NATE-certified and highly trained heating/air technicians are more than happy to come and fix your heating/air problems when you need us.