Furnaces & Air Filtration
DOES YOUR FURNACE NEED A TUNE UP?
Aside from it completely breaking down, how do you know if your furnace requires a repair? You should look out for the following:
- Higher energy bills
- Short furnace cycle
- Excess dust in your home
- Temperature inconsistency
- It hasn’t been cleaned in a few years
- Noisy operation or strange noises from furnace
These signs all mean something isn’t working quite right. We’ll diagnose the problem and provide the repair, whether it’s cleaning out your ducts or replacing a part.
Proper furnace maintenance will increase the lifespan of your heating system, and help you avoid large repair bills. This includes regularly cleaning and replacing your Furnace Filters, checking your thermostat for malfunctions, and keeping your Air Vents and Ducts as clean as possible. Need a hand? Our friendly technicians are available to maintain the heating system in your house.
Want to save money on your furnace maintenance and repair? Check out our Advantage Plus Program
GAS FURNACES (ONLY SHOWING A SMALL SAMPLING OF OUR PRODUCT OFFERING)
Byrant Evolution (Best)
Bryant Preferred (Better)
Bryant Legacy (Good)
Keeprite ProComfort (Best)
Keeprite Performance (Better)
Lennox Signature (Best)
Lennox Elite (Better)
Lennox Merit (Good)
ELECTRIC FURNACES (ONLY SHOWING A SMALL SAMPLING OF OUR PRODUCT OFFERING)
Broan 240 VOLT ECM SERIES ELECTRIC FURNACE
Nortron 240 VOLT ECM SERIES ELECTRIC FURNACE
Stelpro SFECM – MODULATING ELECTRIC FURNACE
GAS VS ELECTRIC
A gas furnace uses natural gas and is therefore less expensive to operate. Gas furnaces usually heat your home faster and more efficiently than their electric counterparts, which is very beneficial in the dead of winter. Because these systems emit a low level of carbon monoxide, they must be consistently maintained for safety purposes. Your gas furnace should last anywhere from 10 to 20 years.
An electric furnace is generally less expensive than a gas system, but it’s more expensive to operate. These furnaces are also quieter, easier to install and don’t require as much maintenance. They should last between 20 and 30 years with the proper care.
We’re happy to help you make the decision.