Your old furnace did a great job for many years, but the time has come to replace it with a newer model. You are in luck! At Midwest Air Pros, you will find a company ready to upgrade your home with an energy-efficient furnace that will last for years.
Connect directly with any of our companies to inquire about new products or to schedule a tune-up. Upgrading your HVAC system is a big investment—one that will add plenty of comfort and value to your Springfield, MO, home for many years to come. We work with the top heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) manufacturers in the industry, providing you with the best products and services in your area.
Buying A New Furnace
Picking the right furnace for your Des Moines, home depends on a few factors, starting with how much you plan to spend. The name brand, size of the furnace, added features, and overall efficiency influence the price. Keep in mind your furnace should last 15 to 30 years before you need to replace it again. Choose a quality product to keep you cozy on those cold winter nights!
With a furnace or heat pump, the British Thermal Unit (BTU) number refers to the amount of heat output. The average home furnace has a BTU rating of 80,000 to 100,000 BTUs. Our professionals can help you determine the proper BTUs based on the square footage of your home.
The size of the furnace depends on the size and layout of your Kansas City, MO, home. If the furnace is too small for the square footage of your home, it will continuously struggle to provide adequate comfort. If it is too large for the size of your home, you waste fuel and money.
Natural gas remains the most popular fuel source because it is readily available across the Midwest and usually the least expensive. If your home in Omaha, NE, cannot connect to a gas line, oil is the next best fuel choice. Electric furnaces will cost the most to operate and are more likely to have mechanical issues.
Allow one of our Midwest Air Pros experts to conduct an in-depth evaluation of your Wichita, KS, home so you can make the best decision on your purchase. From measuring the square footage of your Kansas home to calculating the degree of insulation, you can rely on our companies to take a whole-house approach to your health, safety, and comfort.
Furnace AFUE Rating
Furnace efficiency is measured by the annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) rating. A furnace with a 95 percent AFUE can convert 95 percent of the energy it consumes into heat.
The higher the AFUE rating, the more money you save on monthly utility bills. Plus, your new energy-efficient furnace will emit a lesser amount of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, reducing your carbon footprint.
Keep in mind that maintaining your ductwork and sealing the windows and doors in your Idaho home are key factors in energy-efficiency savings. If your home is poorly insulated, your furnace will struggle.
For our cold Missouri winters, most companies will recommend a high-efficiency furnace with an AFUE rating of 90 percent or more. In a milder climate, you can probably get away with an AFUE rating of 80 percent or more.
Does your furnace blow cold air? Are you hearing a strange whistling noise in your ductwork? If you suspect an issue with your HVAC system, schedule an appointment with one of our Midwest Air Pros companies. In many instances, we can repair a small issue before it impacts other parts and becomes a much more expensive problem to fix.
If there ever is an issue, our courteous and knowledgeable repair specialists will quickly diagnose the problem and explore all the options with you upfront so there are no hidden surprises. We only replace parts if necessary, or if we can demonstrate significant cost savings. Many of our companies offer 24/7 emergency repair services so we can be there whenever you need us.
You can trust our experienced professionals to always follow best practices in terms of safety and conduct whenever they are working in your Nebraska home.
Your HVAC equipment is a significant investment, and it only makes sense to maintain it. Purchase quality air filters for your heating and cooling system helps to improve your indoor air quality. Schedule annual tune-ups to help extend the lifespan of your system.
Preventative maintenance helps to ensure your equipment runs at full capacity, and you minimize the chances of a costly repair. Following a maintenance schedule on a particular piece of equipment can also keep you in compliance with its manufacturer’s warranty should you ever need to make a claim.
Many of our Midwest Air Pros companies offer preventative maintenance agreements tailored to meet your budget and needs. These plans offset the cost of repairs, labor, parts, and other services. They give you peace of mind that a trusted professional is watching over your HVAC equipment.
Learn More About Furnaces
A good furnace adds a warm blanket of comfort to your entire Springfield home. Plan for your next furnace purchase to avoid getting caught without heat on a cold winter day. Check with our companies to learn more about financing plans and possible rebates. You may even qualify for an energy tax credit with the purchase of a new furnace!
Your heating and cooling system plays a vital role in the comfort and health of you and your family. Learn more about air purifier products that attack mold, mildew, pollen, and other allergens. Ultraviolet (UV) lamps that integrate with your HVAC system help eliminate bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms. These systems work together to meet the demands of your lifestyle.
Schedule an appointment today to learn more about our lineup of energy-efficient furnaces and other quality products. Visit Midwest Air Pros to learn more about the latest trends and technology in home automation and comfort. We can take your comfort to the next level!