Do you have a gas furnace and are thinking it needs some help? Have you been thinking of moving on from gas furnaces and want something that provides more energy efficiency? That's where Air Pro Master can help. Here, we can provide you with the kind of furnace replacement and furnace installation that you're looking for. Over the years, we've installed electric furnaces, gas furnaces, oil furnaces, and propane furnaces. Now, we can replace and install the right new furnace for your needs.
Benefits of Electric Furnaces
When folks want a new furnace installation these days, for the most part, they tend to want an electric furnace. That makes a lot of sense: getting a new furnace that's electric can be a great boon indeed.
One of the main reasons to get an electric furnace: the energy efficiency. Yes, they can be, in most parts, more expensive than a gas furnace, an oil furnace, and a propane furnace. However, an electric furnace tends to consume less energy than those, too. So, ultimately, your energy bills can go down with electric furnaces.
Where electric furnaces really stand out: durability. These last. You may not have to replace an electric furnace for roughly twenty years. That's a long time. Indeed, with a natural gas furnace or other more traditional models, you may have to deal with old furnace removal then in ten to fifteen years.
Another reason that we might suggest an electric furnace to a potential client: where they live. Some places may not have much in the way of access for a natural gas furnace, an oil furnace, and the like.
You can't overlook safety, either. Yes, each furnace installation that we provide is for a safe furnace. However, of all of the models, the electric furnace is perhaps the safest.
Benefits of Propane Furnaces
A propane furnace can help to keep your property warm no matter one. For one, the heating costs are less than they might be for other kinds of furnaces. Compared to some old furnace models (including electric ones) a propane furnace can actually burn that much hotter.
Before our pros ever get around to installing a new furnace in your property, they go over exactly what kind of furnace you'll want. That covers furnace size, of course, as well as many other factors (such as new furnace cost). But, we'll always direct you towards the furnace type that's most correct for your property.
Why So Many Have Chosen to Get a Gas Furnace
There are many who think that a gas furnace is an antiquated kind of heating system. However, many of the new furnace models that we install are gas furnaces. There are many reasons for this, not the least of which is that they work.
Indeed, a natural gas furnace can be much more cost-efficient to operate than other models. Gas furnace costs do include more than just the price (after all, you are going to need gas lines for this kind of furnace unit to work for you). But, with the appropriate gas lines, natural gas furnaces could be the solution that you're looking for.
Something else to keep in mind with a gas furnace: they tend to be more versatile than other potential furnace replacement models. For example, a gas furnace can be paired properly with some sort of cooling system.
With a furnace that runs on natural gas, you can pair it with a heat pump, something similar to that. Natural gas furnace costs, after all, have to figure in with a heat pump as well so that you're saving money both ways. This can be an effective cooling as well as heating system, for cold air and warm air.
Benefits of Having an Oil Furnace
Again, for many, an "oil furnace" sounds like the last thing homeowners would want in a new furnace. However, our furnace installers have been installing many an oil furnace over recent years. There are plenty of reasons that oil furnaces may be the way to go for your home.
Perhaps paradoxically, an oil furnace is one of the cleaner forms of energy for heating systems. The oil in oil furnaces is not only non-toxic, it's biodegradable to boot. That means you can enjoy an oil furnace without worrying about it's impact on your health or the environment.
A furnace that runs on heating oil can provide lots of help indeed. Oil furnace ranges make up for some of our most high efficiency models. Indeed, the average cost of new furnace prices can be expensive, but some of the models that run on oil heat make up some of the most reasonable furnace costs anywhere in the industry.
When is It Time for Furnace Replacement?
For many, the time for furnace replacement is the last possible minute. That means that it may no longer be blowing warm air, it could be blowing cold air, it could have ceased operation entirely. If that's the case, then it's time for a furnace installation from the pros. Moreover, we always work with you to find the right furnace replacement cost for your needs.
See, we don't believe that a furnace replacement should be prohibitive. It's something that happens to everyone sooner or later. Whether your furnace runs on natural gas or any other source, we can connect you to the furnace brands you're going to want to do business with.
Whenever possible, as we're figuring out what's the best new unit for you, we ask what you're going to want out of your HVAC system, high efficiency furnaces, and the like. After all, you know how cold climates can sneak into the Vegas area during the winter season (or even during the summer nights). The last thing anyone wants is to think: "I should've have made that move to install a furnace before things got bad." We're here to help.