When it comes to buying a new furnace, there are many different options for you to consider.
Our friendly staff can help take the confusion and hassle out of selecting the one thats right for your home, your budget and your energy efficiency requirements.
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There are so many reasons to choose us for your furnace installation. Since 1972, we have been perfecting our services so that we delight each and every customer. Here is what we promise to you:
Like all reputable heating providers, we donot just recommend the biggest furnace we have, we need to see your home in order to determine what you need. Here is some of the information we use to decide which models to recommend.
While a furnace that's too small would not heat your home, a furnace that's too big is not the answer either. If its too big, your furnace will constantly be turning on and off. That means it will use more fuel than needed, and its parts will wear out before their time. It will also cost more that you need to spend. You may even get odd temperature variations in your home. We determine the right size of furnace for your home by doing what is called a Manual J HVAC Residential Load Calculation. First we look at your home’s square footage. Then we see how well your home seems to be insulated. Are the doors and windows well sealed? How many panes of glass do your windows have? Does your home have large open spaces or are there more smaller rooms? Are there areas of your home that are naturally harder to heat? The result is a recommended energy output level in BTUs (British thermal units).
Modern furnaces are much more energy efficient than the ones people were buying a few decades ago. Furnaces these days range from 78 AFUE to 97 AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency). The higher the number, the more energy efficient the furnace will be. While more efficient furnaces do cost more, the costs can be balanced by fuel savings and rebates. If you want to enjoy more long term savings, are concerned that the price of natural gas will go up, or if you are concerned about the environment, then a more energy efficient furnace will be better for you. Variable speed furnaces can also help with energy efficiency. Variable speed refers to the blower motor speed, and variable speed models give you more even airflow throughout your home.
For some of us, keeping upfront costs as low as possible is the top priority. We respect that, and will not try to sell you more than you need. At Aurora Mechanical its our goal to match you with the right furnace.
If you donot like large temperature variations, we may recommend a furnace with two-stage heating. Instead of just being all the way on or off, two-stage heating can run at a lower stage or at full capacity. Some furnaces come with additional soundproofing or other design features that make them quieter. If you are sensitive to noise or have a smaller home, you may want these features. Once we know all about your home and your requirements, we are then able to recommend one or more models that will meet your needs. We will walk you through the features and costs, and ensure you know about any rebates available.
Deciding when to buy a new furnace can be difficult. Here are some factors to consider in your decision:
At Aurora Mechanical, we offer the Lennox and Carrier brand names that you know and trust. Many of our models are ENERGY STAR qualified to help you save energy and enjoy smaller monthly bills. Why not ask for your free quote? There is no obligation or pressure, just honest advice and friendly expertise.Request A Free Quote
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