Furnace Prices & Furnace Ratings
The Government of Canada and the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI) have established a voluntary energy efficiency rating system for residential gas and propane forced-air furnaces to help consumers compare the energy efficiency of different products. The EnerGuide label with the furnace’s annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) rating is shown on the back page of manufacturers’ brochures. Included on the EnerGuide label is a rating scale showing the range of efficiencies as well as a pointer showing the efficiency of the model in relation to others. There is a specific EnerGuide label for gas and propane furnaces and one for oil furnaces on the market.
When it comes to choosing a new heating system, it is important to buy one that offers the best possible quality/price ratio to fit your budget. Take into account all the costs of each system you are considering. These include:
* Equipment cost (purchase price)
* Installation cost
* Operating and maintenance costs
Your local Action Auger furnace specialist may have more information on furnace prices & furnace ratings, all of which will help you to buy the furnace that’s right for you.
What is the Best Gas Furnace?
There are so many variables to consider in determining what is the best gas furnace… While high-efficiency furnaces may have great ratings across the country, cost-effectiveness will be perceived differently by scores of people from East to West and for varying reasons. All things considered, we’ll go with the condensing furnace as being the best gas furnace in Canada. Its high-efficiency rating (89-96 percent) speaks for itself as most high-efficiency units are designed to use much less energy than conventional furnaces. As for cost-effectiveness, that’s a lot of math to calculate – a project best left to the individual homeowner.
Gas Furnace Prices
Gas furnace prices, like most everything else, have gone up over the years. Well designed and with more efficiency features than ever before, gas furnaces can be pricey in comparison to older furnaces – but it The size and age of your home, as well as the number of rooms, climate, local and regional utility costs, and utility incentive/rebate programs are all factors that will affect the functionality and, therefore, the selection of your gas furnace system. We consider all these factors while assisting you in choosing the best system for your home.