Smith & Willis Heating & Air Conditioning can help you with your furnace installation in Parker, CO. Given our cold Colorado winters, our heating systems play such important roles. When the temperatures drop, you need a reliable furnace so that you can stay warm and comfortable. Many people in our area have felt the need to get more energy-efficient furnaces, and this certainly makes sense on multiple levels. Whether you need a forced air furnace for your new build or want to replace an older system, you can reach out for professional assistance. The whole process can get taken care of fairly quickly and with minimal disruptions to your regular routine.
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A new furnace can do an excellent job of keeping your Parker home at the preferred temperature. When looking at some of the available units, you will likely find yourself with many options. It may feel overwhelming at first, but remember that an HVAC professional can help you narrow down your options.
You’ll need figure out the preferred size of your new furnace using the home’s layout and square footage to calculate your needs. The industry uses BTUs, or British Thermal Units, to measure furnace size. More BTUs equates to more heating power, but you don’t want to get something too big. In this case, your unit would heat your home very quickly and then shut off. Turning on and off frequently puts a strain on the system and can lead to more frequent repairs. On the other hand, a small furnace that can’t keep up with your demands will need to run almost all the time. This could lead to high utility bills and result in excess wear and tear.
When selecting a forced air furnace, you’ll also want to consider several other factors.
Preferred number of heating zones
Blower and burner types
Any potential rebates or incentives
Manufacturers make furnaces that have single-speed, multi-speed , and variable-speed blowers, and they make single-stage, dual-stage, and modulating burners. Each comes with its own advantages, and typically, you’ll have to weigh cost versus efficiency.
We’d like to also point out that energy efficiency gets measured with AFUE or annual fuel utilization efficiency. Greater AFUE ratings correspond to higher efficiency. More energy-efficient systems may come with higher prices, so again, you’ll want to think about what would best suit your situation.
Forced Air Furnace Services
We started our HVAC company in 2002. For more than two decades, we’ve worked hard to help customers in Parker stay comfortable in their homes. Our business continues to grow, thanks to our commitment to the people we serve. We believe in honesty and transparency, and we offer a 30-day satisfaction guarantee.
Call Smith & Willis Heating & Air Conditioning to learn more about our furnace installation services in Parker.