All you need to know about the best furnace installation.
Let’s be very honest – furnace installations will most likely be one of the most expensive home accessories you will ever buy. For this reason, primarily, it is important that you do a bit of research before making a big decision like this.
Knowing specific questions to ask like:
- What heating company will be most affordable?
- What furnace will give the most heat but not at the cost of using to much power?
- Is it a single stage or a two stage?
- How much are repairs? Repairing a furnace is just as expensive as buying a new furnace so be mindful of this fact.
It is salient to ask as many questions as possible.
So to help assist you in your furnace hunting endeavors, we have taken the liberty to compile a list of 6 furnace brands that are highly reputable.
It is noteworthy to understand that choosing a furnace is not like purchasing a refrigerator or an oven. Although both, the refrigerator and the oven, offer their purpose – a furnace is much more useful and beneficial for the entirety of your home.
Here are our 6 Furnace Brands you should consider for your Furnace Installation.
# 1 Lennox Merit
The Lennox Merit sits at a price tag at $632; the cheapest on our list (however, this does not take away from the furnace’s brand efficacy in providing heat for the home.) This furnace provides single-stage heat and uses a reliable ignitor. The steel heat exchanger allows for less air leakage as well as offering a steel cabinet that is durable and includes a rather pleasant surprise; which is not making too much noise.
# 2 Maytag PGC2TC
The Maytag PGC2TC will be quite noticeable on your bank account/wallet. This furnace will cost you well over $1,000. However, it offers a superlative heating experience. Providing homes a two-stage heat as well as speed-blower design that varies which reduces noises.
# 3 Goodman GMEC96
Costing you around $1,200. This furnace brand is one of the most versatile furnaces in our list as the heat or electricity can power it.
# 4 Ruud Achiever
The Ruud Achiever uses the highly efficient PlusOne Ignitor system that provides homes the warm and toasty experience they have grown so accustomed to. And like many of the previous listing – this furnace also does an outstanding job of reducing the sound it gives off. (Seeing a running theme here aren’t we?)
# 5 Coleman Echelon
Perhaps the most expensive on our list – sitting at a price tag well over $5,000! However, at this price, you get a furnace that is of the highest quality. The Coleman Echelon uses a host of technology that helps to reduce the noise to the point there is no sound, automatically turns on and off when the temperatures change and offer a customizable setting to better harmonize with your home ideal temperature. For a price this much, could you expect anything less?
# 6 York’s TG8S
Proving that it’s not always how much you pay that counts but in how much you get back out of what you spent. At a price tag well under $1000, at $832, this furnace has been reviewed as one of the best furnaces that were purchased in 2017. It is a single heater. However, it does the job efficiently. It is affordable and highly effective.
Research. Research. And More Research
It will prove most valuable to do as much research when deciding to install a furnace. Make sure that the furnace has a warranty. Check how often they break down along with how much it would cost to replace it. Lastly, keep the thought of how costly it will be on your electric and gas bill.
Research is critical in making this decision.