Heat Smart

Consider This:

If you choose a new furnace for your home, have it installed by a service technician who is certified by North American Technician Excellence (NATE) to ensure the best quality and value. For a list of contractors that employ NATE-certified technicians in your state, visit www.natex.org.

Why Variable Speed?

There are many reasons for choosing a variable speed furnace, leading with comfort and efficiency.

A higher degree of comfort

The term "variable speed" refers to the furnace’s fan motor, which moves at different speeds to precisely control the flow of heated and cooled air throughout your home. Better airflow control means a better balance of temperature and humidity.

An exceptional level of efficiency

Compared to a conventional single-speed motor, a variable speed motor uses about two-thirds less electricity. During cooling operation, this typically results in an efficiency gain of one SEER. The higher the SEER, the lower your utility bills.