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A furnace is mostly used as a major component of the central heating system. Providing heat to interior spaces through an intermediary fluid movement may be air, steam or hot water. Furnaces have several attributes and features; natural draft, efficiency and design, forced draft, condensing, and forced-air.

General categories of furnaces include

  1. Single-stage

One stage operation may be relatively noisy as it is always running at its highest speed, pumping the hottest air at highest velocity. The major benefit of a single-stage furnace is typically the cost for installation. These furnaces are relatively inexpensive since the technology is rather simple. And due to its one-speed operation, it is also called a single-speed furnace repair in Cambridge, Ontario

  1. Two-stage

A two-stage furnace runs at a lower speed most times, but this depends on the demanded heat. 

Advantages of getting furnaces

Here are some of a furnace’s advantages:

  • Flexibility

It’s rare to find a furnace that will suit our ideal home sizes because furnaces come in different models and sizes that can run from various fuel types. 

  • Hook to existing ducts

If you have previously installed any kind of ductwork, a furnace will be easy to hook up in it. If your 

  • Smaller size

The flexibility of the furnace depends on how small the units are; even though powerful. 

Different types of furnaces

There are four main types of furnaces; they are:

  • Natural gas furnaces

These are highly economical, older ones being 65% efficient on average, newer ones up to 98% efficient. 

  • Oil Furnaces

Slightly less efficient than gas furnaces mostly between 80-90% but the upfront cost is lower. 

  • Electric Furnaces

Cheapest to purchase, sometimes half-cost of gas furnaces. But these are easier to install and last up to almost ten years. 

  • Propane

A product of oil and gas production can be easily stored in tanks and used by households. 

Things you should keep in mind when purchasing a furnace

There are several other things to consider when choosing a furnace. Which includes- 

  • Choose the right size

While selecting the furnace for your home, local climate, ceiling height, and even the number of windows, all have to be considered. 

  • Compare furnace reviews

Don’t just go for the cheapest furnace. Always consider customer reviews on any furnace you’re considering to buy. 

  • Climate and region

Where you live will determine the climate and availability of energy sources. 

Services that B.A.P. Heating Cooling Services offer

• Residential air conditioning and heating 

• Light commercial air conditioning and heating 

• Rural property air conditioning and heating 

• Multifamily air conditioning and heating

Call us an book an appointment the earliest on (519) 835-4858