Efficient Reno Heating Installation and Repair Tips: Efficent Furnaces

Many Reno homes suffer from an outdated furnace that continually drives up the heating bill during the winter months. Replacing that antiquated furnace will lower your Reno heating bill, keep your home warmer, and help to lower your energy consumption footprint. Here is why you should replace your furnace with a Reno heater installation from Mt. Rose Heating and Air Conditioning:

How efficiently a furnace is at converting fuel into heat is represented by its annual fuel-utilization-efficiency (AFUE) rating, which is measured as a percentage. Higher percentages mean that the furnace can wring more heat from each therm of gas—and reduce your Reno heating bill this winter.

Furnaces have become drastically more efficient, especially over the last 50 years. A common gas furnace manufactured in the early 1970s had an AFUE of about 65 percent. Today, the least efficient furnaces allowed by law for new gas furnaces is 78 percent, and the most efficient models have an AFUE of about 97 percent—or near-total efficiency.

To update your home with a Reno heating installation and a energy efficient furnace, contact Mt. Rose Heating and Air Conditioning today!

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