Is it Time for a New Furnace in Your Home?

Oftentimes homeowners will experience frequent issues towards the end of the furnace’s life that cost them money overtime in their energy and gas bills, as well as when you need furnace repairs. With that said, if you’re in the same position and have experienced the same issues, you might be in need of an entirely new furnace.

When is the right time to replace you system?


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Most Popular Models

Platinum 95 Modulating (Most Efficient)

Save $1,500 and Qualify for $700 in Xcel Rebates*

($2,200 in savings)

Provides fully modulating heating, operating between 40 percent and 100 percent firing rates for ultimate efficiency and comfort control

Converts up to 97.3 percent of the fuel you pay for into heat for your home

Automatically communicates and coordinates with your other system components via the AccuLink™ Communicating System*

Saves on energy usage while reducing greenhouse gas emissions** by significantly surpassing government efficiency standards on energy usage while reducing

Runs quietly and evenly distributes warm air to every room with its variable-speed fan motor

In the summer, Comfort-R™ helps keep your home cooler by reducing indoor humidity

Its heavy steel insulated cabinet is durable, quiet and holds more heat in the furnace


S Series Gold 96 2 Stage Variable (Most Popular 96%)

Save $1,500 and Qualify for $700 in Xcel Rebates*

($2,200 in savings)

Greater efficiency in both heating and cooling

Rated at 96% gas efficiency (AFUE)

Industry-changing cabinet is designed to accommodate virtually any home

The Vortica™ II blower is one of the most efficient in the industry, providing savings in both winter and summer

New design is certified to be airtight to less than 1%

Quiet operation


Gold 80 Two Stage Variable (Most Popular 80%)

Save $1,500 and Qualify for $100 in Xcel Rebates*

($1,600 in savings)

Variable speed gas furnace reduces temperature swings and may help lower your heating bills* with two-stage heating, running at an energy-saving 65-percent capacity more than 80 percent of the time

80 AFUE, meaning this furnace converts up to 80 percent of the fuel you pay for into heat for your home

This quiet gas furnace evenly distributes warm air to every room with its variable-speed fan motor

In the summer, Comfort-R™ helps keep your home cooler by reducing indoor humidity

Significantly surpasses government efficiency standards, helping you save on your energy bills while reducing greenhouse emissions.*


Silver 80 Single Stage (Most Budget Friendly)

Save $1,500

The Silver 80h Furnace converts up to 80 percent of the fuel you pay for to heat your home

Saves on energy usage while reducing greenhouse gas emissions* by significantly surpassing government efficiency standards

May help you increase your overall cooling efficiency rating by up to an additional two SEER points when installed as part of a complete system

Operates quietly and efficiently with its multi-speed blower motor

Its heavy steel, insulated cabinet is durable, quiet and holds more heat in the furnace to better warm your home


Selecting a Furnace

When it is time to have a new furnace installed in your home, the first step is to ensure you select a system that matches the specific needs of your family. There are three steps to this process.

  1. Sizing Your Furnace – Your furnace must be exactly sized to the needs of your home. We do this by performing a heat load calculation that takes into account the exact square footage of the space requiring heat in your home, your existing ductwork and air handler, the insulation in your home and any other house factors that might affect how efficient the system is. A small system will not get the job done, but a large one will not be much better as it cycles on and off too much and wears down quickly.
  2. Fuel Source – A furnace can operate on gas or propane. For a replacement, it often makes sense to use whatever you had before, but keep in mind that gas is generally the most affordable of the three options while electric is the most affordable to install if you are having your first furnace installed.
  3. Efficiency Rating – The final factor to consider is efficiency rating. Furnaces are rated on an AFUE scale, which measures how much fuel that is consumed is used to produce heat. The highest rated furnaces are as much as 98% AFUE, almost double what they were 30–40 years ago. However, a 98% AFUE furnace will cost much more than a 90% AFUE furnace, so you should take into consideration the cost of installation as well as the ongoing cost of operation.

We take pride in offering the best HVAC installation in Denver. Our goal is to keep your home comfortable, at an efficient level, and affordable price. Our affordable prices, NATE certified technicians, 100% satisfaction guarantee and 24 hour emergency services make us the Denver Metro area’s Top Rated Local HVAC Installation.


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