Purchasing a High-Efficiency Furnace
Upgrading to a new heating system is a great way to save each month on your energy bill. By replacing a 20-year-old system with a new energy efficient model, you can save up to 45 percent on your energy costs. By choosing to pay more and get the most efficient unit you can afford, you will see maximum savings on your bills as well as reducing your environmental impact. We measure energy efficiency in heating systems with term AFUE. Units that are rated 95 or above may be eligible for ENERGY STAR certification and potentially government rebates.
Although propane is an option for rural areas, most areas in Oshawa and Whitby have access to natural gas infrastructure and are able to choose natural gas furnaces for their homes. Those without access can choose propane, but must then put a propane tank on their property and have it filled periodically.
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Government Rebates Available
Oshawa and Whitby furnace rebates change every year. A professional installer can help you find high-efficiency natural gas furnace rebates for your home and family needs. Discuss grants, rebates, and tax credits and factor them in to determine the real cost of the furnace.
Popular Furnace Brands
It can be tempting to look at new brands in the market, but there are many benefits to purchasing a well-known brand. Established companies tend to have high-quality products built to last with minimal repairs. They also typically include substantial warranties that cover the heat exchanger, parts, and unit replacement. Consumers looking for high-efficiency gas or propane furnaces in Oshawa and Whitby often look at big brands like Goodman, Trane, KeepRite, Lennox, and Carrier. Look for deals, prices, and energy-efficiency of each brand and model to find the right furnace for your budget and lifestyle. For example, 75% of the Carrier model lineup is ENERGY STAR certified. Talk to a licensed HVAC supplier to help you learn about each of the brand and model specific features, prices, and warranty coverages.