If you are in the market for a new furnace in Branford there may be some information you will want to know before deciding on which one to purchase for your home. There are several different makes and models and it may seem quite confusing as to which one will be the best fit for you and your situation. Educating yourself on the facts about furnaces can go a long way in helping you choose wisely. There is plenty of information out there about furnaces Branford that you can access and get the information you need. Also, don’t be shy about asking the furnace contractor to help you with any questions you may have or any other information you may need. The contractor should be able to listen to your specific situation and desires and recommend a good fit for you.
The older low efficiency furnaces use a lot more gas or electricity than the newer models. It is estimated that purchasing a new furnace could pay for itself in just 2-4 years, and also provide significant savings of both money and energy. This could be as much as $800 per year on a 2000 square foot home. When you are looking for furnaces Branford, it is a good idea to look for a high-efficiency model. You can even find them with as high 98% efficiency quite easily now days. Most furnace companies make them in this range for a fairly reasonable price. The high-efficiency ratings are primarily achieved through changes in the gas valves and modulating the flow of natural gas into the burners at incremental change rates lower than 1% on some models. This equals very high efficiency and savings for you.
There is proposed legislation that would require furnaces to be high efficiency, Energy Star models, especially in colder regions of our country. There are some rebates being offered for installing more efficient furnaces by local gas or energy companies. Even some states may offer rebates. Check with your local gas company like East River Energy to see if there are any rebates in your area. This can give you even more reason to upgrade your older furnace to the newer more efficient models. There are also manufacturer rebates being offered much of the time. Your local contractor that installs furnaces Branford should be able to help you with this information as well as give you recommendations as to which furnace will be the best for you.