Natural Gas or Propane Furnaces
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Save money on the cost of both gas & hydro with a new High Efficiency Gas or Propane Furnace.
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Have a New High Efficiency Gas or Propane Furnace installed now, starting as low as $53.00 Per Month. O.A.C., and start saving immediately on your gas & electricity bills!
Upgrading your furnace is probably the most effective way to improve your home’s energy efficiency and save on heating costs. Furnace heating ability is measured with an Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) percentage. A higher AFUE percentage indicates a more efficient furnace. New natural gas furnaces are technically advanced and up to 98% efficient! That means 98 cents of every dollar you spend on energy is used for heat. The older, standard-efficiency furnaces (pre-1987) were typically only 60%-70% efficient.
If you’re building a new home, or it’s time to replace your existing furnace, consider high-efficiency models. They have two heat exchangers to recover more heat from flue gases. They’re 90% efficient or greater, use outside air for combustion, and can be vented through an exterior wall – no need for a chimney. With a high-efficiency furnace, the higher your current energy bill, the greater your potential savings.
Two Stage Gas valves now allow you to have two furnaces in one cabinet, first stage operates at 60% capacity for those lower need days and automatically change to 100% capacity for those colder days. This ensures that you have just the right formula for all seasons and leads to less temperature swings and more even heating throughout your house. Add to this a new variable speed fan motor for even greater comfort and significant hydro savings.
In most Canadian homes, the furnace fan is the largest single consumer of electricity. If the furnace in your home is older than 15 or 20 years, you may be using more electricity and spending more money than necessary. The good news is that many of today’s new furnaces contain electronically commutated motors (ECM)*, which are significantly more efficient than the motors used in most existing furnaces. According to a study conducted by the Canadian Centre for Housing Technology (CCHT), ECMs can reduce electrical consumption in the home by 26 percent (6.8 kWh/day) during the heating season and by 14 percent during the cooling season (in homes with central air conditioning).**
*ECMs are brushless, permanent magnet DC motors with integrated controls. They are also known as brushless DC motors, electronically commutated, permanent magnet (ECPM) motors, brushless permanent magnet (BPM) motors and direct current permanent magnet (DCPM) motors. “ECM” is a registered trademark.
**CMHC, June 2005, “Research Highlights, Technical Series 05-101: Effects of ECPM Furnace Motors on Electricity and Gas Use.”