Furnace Energy Efficiency is the key to minimize the cost of heating your home Gas furnaces are categorized to Mid-Efficiency and High-Efficiency equipment. This technology provides total comfort in your home efficiently and economically.
Since 2009 governments phased out the production of mid-efficiency gas furnaces taken through a reliable local gas fitting service which are below 90% AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) due to global effort in minimizing carbon footprints and energy conservation.
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With today's technology high -efficient gas furnaces are manufactured from 92% to 98% AFUE which are super-efficient. Total Temperature Control Modulating High-efficiency gas furnaces are equipped with modulating gas valve and brushless variable speed DC blower fan motor with ECM technology.
This furnace's brushless variable-speed DC circulating blower fan reduces operating costs and advances home comfort by minimizing temperature swings.
Unlike mid-efficiency furnaces that "turn on" with full capacity every time some high-efficiency gas furnaces like Goodman GMVM96 Modulating Gas Furnace, runs 90% of the time in the low-heat capacity (low-Stage) on most days, but when the weather is very cold, ramps up to high-heat capacity (high-stage) so that your home stays warm.
The brushless variable-speed DC blower fan motor rapidly improves air circulation and helps keep the air temperature more consistent throughout your home.
Government Incentives A high-efficiency gas furnace qualifies for government grants and renovation tax credits. So it's important to consider these saving when shopping for high-efficiency gas furnaces Maximized Energy Efficiency is the key to minimize the cost of heating your home.