Furnaces today are significantly more efficient than furnaces that were installed just 10 years ago. Imagine how much money you could save!
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Many communities in Calgary, Edmonton, and Red Deer are reaching that 15 year old mark, and many others are more established than that! Though many people don’t realize it, furnaces become more inefficient as they age (even with proper maintenance). Not only that, but modern furnaces are nearly 50% more efficient than furnaces that were installed as little as 15 years ago.
For many families a new furnace is about ensuring the safe and reliable heating of their home. For Action Furnace customers it’s also about convenient financing options, industry-leading workmanship, customer-friendly guarantees, and the convenience of working with a local company that specializes in furnace sales and installation.
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We boast that our customers will have a minimum of 20% on their utility bills when switching to a modern high-efficiency furnace. We can make this claim and guarantee because modern furnaces are substantially more efficient and reliable compared to furnace equipment that was installed just 15 years ago.
A more efficient furnace means lower utility bills, and who doesn’t love that?
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We guarantee that switching to a modern high-efficiency furnace will save you at least 20% on your monthly utilities. Combined with our affordable and flexible financing options (starting at just $42/month), and your new furnace nearly pays for itself.
If your payments are $42/month and your new furnace reduces your utility bills by $50 (20% of $250 average monthly utility bill), your new furnace is actually paying you every month!
Your current furnace‘s output is probably far more than what your house needs. In other words, your current furnace is using more fuel than necessary to heat your home. A furnace that is properly sized will ensure that your home is efficiently heated during the heating season which will end up saving you money.
So how do you decide what furnace size is correct for your home? Understanding your home’s heat loss over the course of a season can be paramount in understanding what furnace is correct for your home. You can have a contractor do this for you or try and calculate your home’s heat loss using your old utility bills.
It also helps to understand the terms and acronyms that are used in the HVAC industry. Check out our guide to Common Terms and Phrases Used Regarding Furnaces
There are many different furnace efficiency ratings, however, since 2010 only high efficiency furnaces are sold in Canada. These efficiencies differ based on fuels.
There are several different types of fuels used to heat homes in Canada. Furnace’s use either, electricity, oil, and gas to heat the home. Which fuel is best to use in your home is largely dependent on where you live. Ask Action Furnace’s experienced technicians for advice on which furnace is right for your unique situation. High efficiency furnaces are becoming a mainstay in Canada and across the globe. We guarantee that a high efficiency furnace from Action Furnace will pay itself off in utility savings alone.
Want to read more about choosing high efficiency furnaces? Check out Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporations Furnace Replacement page.
We are proud to back our air conditioners and furnace installations with guarantees designed to protect you and your investment.
We are one of Alberta’s largest furnace companies. We also have an “Apples to Apples” guarantee. We promise you that you cannot find a comparable furnace or air conditioner installation with the same quality and guarantees for less or we’ll pay you a $250 bonus over the difference. All we ask is that the comparison be “apples to apples”.
If we do not arrive to install your new furnace or air conditioner on the date promised, we will pay you $500 for your inconvenience.