Your furnace is responsible for keeping your home warm and your family comfortable. When it’s time to replace your home’s furnace, turn to the professionals at Constellation Home. Our team can help you find an energy-efficient furnace installation that will help save energy dollars.
If your unit breaks down frequently, isn’t efficient, or is over 15 years old, it might be time for a furnace replacement. Constellation Home can help you to choose the best furnace replacement for your home and budget. We provide furnace installations of both electric and gas systems.
When you have a complete furnace and air conditioning system installed by Constellation Home, you will receive:
- Savings of up to $2,500 on select high-efficiency systems
- Upfront pricing
- No Hidden Fees
- Our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- No Interest for 36 Months† Available
Is it time to replace your old heating system? Let us help you choose an energy-efficient furnace that will warm your home all winter long. Our technicians are licensed and certified to ensure that your new equipment is installed quickly and properly.
Your Furnace System: How It Works
The furnace in your home is likely fueled by natural gas, propane, electricity or oil. It creates warm air and circulates it through your home’s duct system. In cooler climates, most homes will have a split system with an indoor furnace unit. A furnace consists of four major components:
- Burner: Uses a fuel source, such as natural gas, oil, propane, or electricity, to generate heat.
- Heat exchanger: Is warmed by the burner.
- Blower: Moves air through the duct system. Cool air is pulled into the ducts, passed through the heat exchanger to be heated, and redistributed through the air ducts. This is a continuous flow.
- Flue: Sends gaseous byproducts outdoors.
Efficiency & Savings
There are several variables to consider when replacing your furnace. Energy efficiency and potential cost savings are two of the most important factors. Today’s furnaces are designed to be more energy-efficient compared to models from 10 or 15 years ago. Pay attention to the AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) rating if you’re looking to increase the efficiency of your system. The higher the rating, the more energy (and dollars) you’ll save.