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How can you benefit from a furnace upgrade?

Danielle Onat | 09/29/2016 | Posted in Heating, Furnace

You rely on your furnace during the coldest days of the year for efficient and effective home heating. Upgrading an older or unreliable furnace will ensure you enjoy the home comfort, peace of mind, and energy savings you want—take a look at this article to learn more.

An efficient home heating system will provide the level of comfort you want throughout the winter season at the lowest cost possible. If it’s nearly time for new furnace installation in your home, choosing a high-efficiency furnace product offers many clear advantages. Even if your existing furnace is in relatively good shape, it’s still important to consider its expected lifetime and the potential savings you could gain from a furnace upgrade sooner rather than later. If you have questions about upgrading your furnace and the potential advantages of this move, your Seattle-area home heating service can help.

A more comfortable home

One of the biggest advantages you’ll gain from making a furnace upgrade is a more comfortable home during the winter. A heating system that is efficient will simply perform better over the long term, keeping your home at exactly the temperature you want, even when the weather outside grows cold. Upgrading your home heating system to a more efficient solution, such as a variable speed furnace, will ensure that every area of your home is kept warm in a more even and regular manner, eliminating uncomfortable hot and cold spots and temperature swings throughout the day.

Monthly energy savings

Upgrading your furnace can offer more than just comfort—a more efficient furnace will also reduce your monthly energy costs, allowing you to save money rather than spend it on heating your home. Furnace efficiency is measured via a value called AFUE, or Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency, which calculates the amount of heating your furnace provides per unit of fuel. The higher your furnace’s AFUE, the less fuel the system wastes because more fuel is turned into heat for your home. Today, furnaces are available with extremely high AFUE ratings, allowing you to get more from each dollar you spend on home heating so you can pay less without sacrificing the indoor environment you want.

Less worry about furnace problems

Especially if your furnace is approaching the end of its expected lifetime, a furnace upgrade is a smart move that you won’t regret. The older your furnace gets, the higher the chances become that you’ll experience a problem or failure that requires professional furnace repair or even complete system replacement. If you’re already calling your heating service frequently because your furnace isn’t reliable, you can certainly benefit from the elimination of this drain on your time and mental energy. Upgrading your furnace to a newer, more reliable system with a completely clean slate in terms of maintenance and repairs will put an end to worry about whether your furnace will provide the heating you need without a service call.

 A furnace upgrade for your home can offer both short-term and long-term savings when you choose an ENERGY STAR-rated furnace with 95% AFUE that is eligible for a $250 rebate. If it’s time to invest in a high-efficiency furnace from Bryant in the Seattle, Everett, or Tacoma areas, contact us today to schedule an evaluation of your home’s current furnace system.

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