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Keep Your Family Comfortable And Keep Them Safe
We know choosing to replace the heating system for your home isn’t usually at the top of anyone’s list of fun things to do - but it’s a big deal to us! We take saving our customers money very seriously.
Easy Financing Options For New Air Conditioning Systems
We can even find the lowest monthly payment option available so you can replace your old furnace with a new, high-efficiency heating system today - without putting a dent in your savings. Our financing partners have programs to fit every situation. To learn more about financing, click here.
An Investment That Keeps Paying Dividends
How can we save you money? Think about how much time your furnace runs every day during the cold months. By choosing the right furnace for your home, and then installing and maintaining the equipment properly, we can save you a significant amount of money on your utility bills every month during the fall and winter.
We take the worry out of choosing the right furnace for your home. We’ve built a reputation in Denver as the heating and air company company you know you can trust. Just ask any of our customers.
Benefits of Upgrading Your Furnace:
- Lower utility bills
- Cleaner air inside your home
- Improve respiratory health for those with allergies and asthma
- Reduces risk of carbon dioxide buildup in your home
- Promotes healthy sleep
Call us at 303-505-3406 for a free replacement estimate, and we’ll help you get the best financing with low monthly payments on a new, high-efficiency heating system today.
Or, you can schedule a free replacement estimate online now by clicking here.
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Different types of Furnaces
There are two different efficiency categories of furnaces available, regardless of brand and within those categories there are three basic types of furnaces. The two different efficiencies of furnaces are 80% efficiency and those that are 90% efficiency and greater.
A furnace with a rating of 80% uses 80 cents of a dollar worth of gas to heat your home and 20 cents of that dollar goes up the chimney of your home. Furnaces in this range go all the way to 82% efficient.
Furnaces that are in the 90% efficient category range from 90% all the way up to 97.3% efficiency, which means virtually no energy is wasted. That means 97.3 cents of every $1 you spend on heating goes into keeping your home warm instead of going to waste.
Both efficiency categories have three different types of furnaces available and they are:
- Single Stage
- Variable Speed Modulating Furnaces
- Two Stage
Single Stage Furnaces
Single stage furnaces are designed to have enough heat output to keep you warm on the coldest day of the year by simply coming on or off. When they operate, they run wide open for a period of time and then shut on and off frequently. The downside of this design is two-fold. First, all this heating up and shutting down is not efficient as heat is wasted during the cool down period. Second, the single stage furnace produces up and down temperature swings in your home that is not very comfortable.
Two Stage Furnaces
Two stage furnaces were invented to even out the temperature swing caused by the single stage units. They have two distinct heat outputs and normally can heat your home on anything but the coldest day of the year on the low heat output setting. The longer run time on low will more evenly heat your home and the articles in your home. The floors, walls, tables and people are heated instead of just quickly heating the air in your home and shutting off like a single stage furnace.
The downside of two stages furnaces is their longer run time can produce slightly higher electric bills from the fan or blower in the unit running more to even out the temperatures.
Variable Speed Furnaces
Variable speed furnaces take care of the furnace blower’s higher consumption on electricity by using a special D/C current motor to provide a modulating variable speed unit that is simply the best available heating source today. The variable speed furnace converts A/C current from your home to D/C current to allow the furnace to have infinite number of speeds and to run very efficiently.
The blower in a typical single stage or two stage furnace consumes approximately $275 a year in electricity while the variable speed blower uses only $30 a year to provide the correct amount of heated and cooled air to all your rooms.
There are many factors that affect the amount of air delivered to your rooms and many times an A/C powered furnace cannot give you the volume required for comfort. The variable speed furnace can overcome the reasons for poor airflow to deliver the correct amount of heated and cooled air you need for comfort you have never know before.
The most exciting feature of the variable speed furnace for a humid climate like Georgia, is the built-in dehumidification system that is standard with every variable speed system Reliable installs.
We provide a special thermostat that measures not only temperature but also humidity levels inside your home. You set a desired humidity level at the thermostat and during times of high moisture levels, a signal is sent to the furnace to slow down and extract more moisture.
Up to 5 to 10 percent moisture can be extracted from your home saving you additional energy dollars and making you feel much more comfortable during the dog days of summer.