Furnaces

19LNX_FURN_CIW_cmyk.jpg

Choosing the Right Furnace for Your Home or Business.

Choosing the right furnace for your home or office can be a challenging task. That's why it’s important to understand the basics like different furnace fuel types, the levels of efficiency, and unit sizes. From there, factors like comfort, aesthetics, and environmental impact are all important to keep in mind when making a decision.

 

Once you know the basics contact, a professional to help guide you through the entire installation process. 

Fuel Types:

Gas

Electric

Oil

sorry honey.jpg

Furnace fuel efficiency ratings

 

The measurement for furnace fuel efficiency is called an Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) rating. To find your rating look for a yellow “EnergyGuide” label that’s required by the Federal Trade Commission. AFUE ratings run from the 80 percent minimum to 98.5 percent. The meaning of this percentage is very simple: This is the ratio of the furnace’s annual fossil fuel that is converted into usable heat.

If the AFUE is higher than 90 percent it’s considered “high efficiency” and models with an 80 percent to 83 percent AFUE as “mid-efficiency.” 

Furnace Warning Signs

 

  • Rise in heating costs.

  • Buzzing, clicking, or humming sounds coming from the furnace

  • Rust, soot, or moisture are present around your furnace

  • Leaks of any kind

  • The decrease in energy efficiency

AdobeStock_201003996.jpeg
 
 

Get Your Free Estimate!

Keep your family cool this summer with a brand new energy efficient system.

arrow&v

Licence Number: 31258

© 2012 by Exact Temp Heating & Cooling, Inc. 

CONTACT

Phone: 704-537-7206 

Email: info@exacttemphvac.com

8425 Old Statesville Rd.

Unit 17

Charlotte, NC 28269

WORKING HOURS

Mon - Fri: 8 am - 8 pm

Saturday  9 am - 8 pm

Sunday    9 am - 8 pm

RESOURCES

Connect with us on 

your favorite social media page.

  • Facebook
  • Yelp
  • Instagram
  • YouTube