With the frigid temperatures that most of Canada has been experiencing lately, many homeowners are realizing that their old heating systems just can’t keep up. An underperforming furnace can cost you more each month in energy bills and can be prone to breakdowns and uneven heating throughout your home. While furnace replacement is a financial investment, there are many advantages and benefits when you upgrade to a high efficiency furnace.
When you upgrade to a high efficiency furnace, you’ll experience…higher efficiency. Most furnaces today have an AFUE (Annual Fuel Use Efficiency) of at least 95%. This means that 95% of fuel is used in heating, while only 5% is wasted. Older furnaces can have an AFUE of 80% or below—meaning that a lot of fuel is wasted.
As furnaces age, they don’t provide the same home comfort as they once did. You may start to notice cold spots in your home or have to run the furnace longer to reach your desired temperature. When you install a high efficiency furnace, you can look forward to increased home comfort with lower energy costs!
Eligible for Rebates
To encourage homeowners to choose energy efficient products, the government offers different rebates and incentives. When you choose to install a high efficiency furnace, you could be eligible to save with government rebates and even manufacturer incentives.
While high efficiency furnaces are a financial investment, they can help increase overall efficiency and home comfort while decreasing monthly energy bills. In addition, you can save money by taking advantage of government rebates and manufacturer incentives.
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