Gas Furnace - Eugene Heating Contractor
A new comfort system (furnace or heat pump) installed and maintained properly will operate more efficiently than your current system. And the higher the efficiency the less you pay toward your energy bill.
Did you know that the average home in our are will spend about $1900 a year in their home heating and cooling? It doesn't need to be that way!!
York home heating and cooling offers a broad lineup of high efficiency furnace systems. You’ll be sure to find the right product for any budget or need.
When your budget is your main concern, consider the economical Latitude Series.
When innovation and ease of use is a priority consider the LX Series of gas furnaces.
And when you want the best, ultra energy efficient furnace, the Award winning Affinity is your perfect choice.
Choosing a furnace for your home is far more important than most people think. Your furnace has the potential to provide you with exceptional comfort in every season, influence your indoor air quality AND save you money. There are a number of considerations that we can help you with. Consider the following:
- Do you have hot or cold spots in your home?
- Does anyone in the house have allergies?
- Where do you spend most of the time in your home?
- Would you like to save money on your utility bill?
- How long do you plan on living in your home?
These are just some of the questions a qualified York dealer will help you with. We’ll make sure to size your new furnace properly.
Sizing is extremely important. Our knowledgeable and trained heating contractors will make sure to match a furnace to your needs. Consider that a unit that is too small will lack the ability to give you the comfort you desire. A unit that is too large will end up not only costing more money up front, but more money to operate. An over-sized furnace will kick out more heat and will most likely overshoot the thermostat by 2 degrees, making you too warm and costing you more money. Make sure you find the right contractor that will help you make the right choice.
A word about efficiency.... In brief, an efficiency rating tells you how much of the total energy used is delivered to the home as heat. The higher the efficiency, the better the furnace functions. For example, a furnace that is 80% efficient delivers 80% of the fuel consumed by the house as heat. The rest, 20% or 20 cents on the dollar, goes up the chimney flue. Your heating bill, therefore, depends on the cost of the fuel and the efficiency of the furnace.
When referring to furnaces and boilers, we measure performance by the AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency). The higher the number the more efficient the furnace is.
Call on one of our home heating and cooling experts today. We'll make sure to find the perfect gas furnace for your home environment. 541.726.7656.