New furnaces carry a higher energy-efficiency rating. Most likely, your contractor will suggest a furnace with a good Energy Star rating, which means the power used for its operation is minimized.
New energy-efficient furnaces come equipped with a programmable thermostat. This gives you the ability to adjust the temperature as you see fit for complete comfort any time of day or night.
Unlike older model furnaces, the new energy-efficient furnaces operate quietly. When noises are made by the new furnace, your HVAC installation contractor knows how to repair this.
You gain home improvement and tax credits with new energy efficient furnace systems. Your HVAC contractor also has any information on savings and rebates that may be offered through the manufacturer.
You can see as much as a 40 percent increase in your home’s value when the inspections and installation are complete.
Homeowner’s Checklist: 35 Annual To-Dos
Here’s a list to help you navigate what needs to be done when.
Tell your pro the purpose you have for the new furnace in your home.
Understand all the warranty conditions for your new furnace.
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