Heating Systems Installation

Furnace often referred to as: FAU, Heater and Central heating.

Gas furnace use natural gas to heat the home and electric to cool the home.
Air Handler and Heat pumps use electricity to heat and cool the home.

Ductless Mini Split Heat Pump system

Furnace Location and descriptions

Furnaces located in the garage or hall closet or normally upflow furnaces. Air flows upward Furnaces located in the attic are normally horizontal furnaces. Air flows horizontally Furnaces in Mobile homes are normally downflow furnaces. Air flows down.

Split system: Furnace is in one location while the AC is in another location.
Package unit: Furnace and AC is all in 1 unit. Normally located on the roof of a home.
There are gas/electric and heat pump package units.

FURNACE EFFICIENCY AFUE (Average Fuel Utilization Efficiency)

AFUE is the standard measurement of efficiency for gas furnaces. Given in percentages, this number tells you how much of your fuel is used to heat your home and how much fuel is wasted. The higher the AFUE rating, the greater the efficiency. If a furnace has a rating of 80% AFUE rating, the furnace converts 80% of the fuel that you supply to heat — the other 20% is lost out of the chimney. The most efficient furnaces in the industry have AFUE ratings of up to 96.7%.If you have an older furnace (with an AFUE of approximately 60%), you could save up to 40% on your heating bills by replacing it with a new high efficiency furnace! The cost to replace your old, inefficient furnace is paid back through lower utility bills.

Installing a filter rack under your furnace allows for easy filter changing, which in return will encourage filter changes.
KEEPING YOUR FILTER CLEAN is one of the most important things that you can do to maximize the life of your system and to help in keeping repairs to a minimum.

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