Amana separates their gas furnaces into Standard and High-efficiency categories. The parts used in Amana gas furnaces are the same as those used in Goodman furnace models so that you can use the parts interchangeably. Since these units are also compatible with other Goodman furnace components and features, they’re relatively easy and straightforward to service.
It’s also convenient for consumers who purchase an Amana furnace if they want to use remote-controlled, internet-connected heating and cooling equipment are also present in Goodman furnaces. Standard Amana furnaces have an AFUE rating of 80%, while their High-efficiency models can have anywhere from 92% AFUE to 98% AFUE.
LG offers a range of different furnaces and heating options for residential and commercial properties. Consumers can choose from multi-zone systems to ducted, and fully-ducted systems. LG also offers mini-split systems for maximum efficiency and cost savings.
Coleman gas furnaces have a range of features that make this furnace line unique to the HVAC world. One such feature “zero clearance,” allowing property owners to place the unit where space is limited. Coleman furnaces also use high-tech tubular aluminum in the heat exchanger for added efficiency and durability.
Is your furnace unit getting old and devouring energy? Contact James Air Heating and Cooling today to learn more about our line of high-efficiency furnaces that we can install in your home for increased energy savings.
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