Rising utility bills may signal that your furnace is about to quit on you. Even before the heater breathes its last gasp of warm air, you may ponder how much money you can save with a new energy saving furnace. Lower utility bills and few or no repair bills mean more money in your pocket. (Hmmm. Can you save enough money to skip out on winter and fly to Hawaii?!)
On Time Heating and Air provides qualified advice for the exact heating system that’s right for your home and budget. A new furnace is a major home improvement decision. It increases the value of your home and gives you up to 20 years of reliable heat. (Just be sure to take care of your furnace, so it will take care of you.)
Don’t try this at home!
Installing a furnace really is a job for experts, not for DIY. On Time Heating and Air technicians have the training and certification to install a furnace safely and correctly. Don’t lie awake at night thinking about gas leaks or fire hazards or imagining all kinds of scary scenarios to do with an improperly-installed heater. On Time Heating and Air is always safety conscious, and makes sure that correct installation maximizes energy efficiency.
How to speak furnace-eze
Knowing the terms that relate to furnaces can help you choose the one that’s best for you:
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) – a rating that describes the efficiency of a furnace’s fuel usage, whether gas or oil. Higher efficiency percentages mean than you need less fuel to run it. (Think higher efficiency, lower gas bills.)
Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) – a rating for the heating efficiency of the heat pump. Higher efficiency, less electricity and lower electric bills.