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
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.
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:
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.
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