If you need a natural gas or propane forced air furnace for your home, you’re in the right place. Get the best wholesale online furnace pricing and pay about what your local HVAC contractor pays for a furnace before marking it up to you.
Need help choosing the correct furnace size for your residential installation? Use our free furnace BTU sizing calculator. Choose from standard 80% efficiency up to 96% high efficiency gas furnaces.
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Choose from the heating industry leaders, Goodman, Rheem, and Direct Comfort. These gas furnaces are all backed by a solid 10 year factory warranty with a lifetime warranty on the heat exchanger. These forced air gas furnaces are designed for both residential and commercial installations.
Need help choosing the correct furnace size for your residential installation? Use our free furnace BTU sizing calculator.
In our humble opinion, these are the best gas furnaces for sale at any price. Choose from single stage, 2 stage, or variable speed blower options. 2 stage and variable speed furnaces are self-adapting to your climate and comfort needs while providing significant savings in fuel and utility consumption costs.
Keep in mind that if you have central air conditioning, your furnace plays a starring role in the function and operating cost of your AC system as the furnace acts as the blower to deliver cool air throughout your home.
If you live in a colder northern climate, the high efficiency 96% furnaces are your best choice. A 96% furnace is much more earth-friendly and wastes 80% less fuel during the combustion process than an 80% efficient furnace, while reducing your fuel consumption and utility costs by up to 30%.
Also, keep in mind when sizing your furnace, you need to factor in the actual furnace BTU output. If you see a 100,000 BTU furnace advertised online and the furnace is 80% efficient, its actual heating output is 100,000 X .80 = 80,000 BTU.
If the same 100,000 BTU furnace is 96% efficient, then 100,000 X .96 = 96,000 BTU’s of actual heating output. Simply multiple the stated BTU capacity by the efficiency rating and you’ll arrive at the actual available heating output of the furnace.
These furnaces are available for a wide variety of applications such as upflow, downflow, or horizontal. Learn more about these different furnace configurations. If you need a propane (LP) conversion kit, just select that propane conversion kit option at checkout and your furnace can then operate on propane gas, also known as LP gas.
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