Serv Tech Pros HVAC of Middlesex County NJ can help when you are thinking about buying a new furnace.
If you need assistance
- choosing a furnace
- purchasing a furnace
- getting a furnace professionally installed
Please call (732) 766-7657
Middlesex County NJ Furnace Services
Serv Tech Pro offers furnace services in Middlesex County and in our service area of Hudson County, Essex County and Union County. We offer furnace repair, furnace replacement, furnace installation and furnace buying assistance.
Estimating Potential Savings
To help you calculate how much you can save with a new furnace, we will tune up your furnace, assess its condition and efficiency. Looking at old fuel bills and the annual fuel utilization efficiency or AFUE. By looking at these numbers and the cost of the new furnace, it is possible to estimate potential savings.
Sizing a New Furnace
The technicians at Serv Tech Pros can size the new furnace properly for your home. This will help get the maximum savings out of your new furnace investment.
Information from Energy.Gov
Look at the annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) on the yellow EnergyGuide label when shopping for a new central furnace or boiler. AFUE is the measure of how efficient the appliance operates over the course of a typical year. The Federal Trade Commission requires new furnaces or boilers to display their AFUE so consumers can compare heating efficiencies of various models. The minimum allowed AFUE rating for a non-condensing fossil-fueled, warm-air gas furnace is 78% (75% for mobile home furnaces); the minimum rating for a fossil-fueled boiler is 80%. A condensing furnace or boiler condenses the water vapor produced in the combustion process and uses the heat from this condensation. The AFUE rating for a condensing unit can be much higher than for a non-condensing furnace, by more than 10 percentage points in some cases. Although condensing units cost more than non-condensing units, the condensing unit can save you money in fuel costs over the 15- to 20-year life of the unit. Selecting a condensing unit is a particularly wise investment in cold climates.