It might be common knowledge that high efficiency furnaces can significantly lower your heating bills, but do you know what makes them capable of saving so much energy? Today we're going to answer that question by talking about some of the most common components of a high efficiency gas furnace!
The furnaces that are available today are many times more efficient than the systems that were installed just a decade or two ago. This is partially due to the fact that furnaces are simply built better nowadays, but also because of the new technology and features that have emerged in the heating industry in recent years (as you'll see below).
These advancements have allowed high efficiency furnaces to do two things: extract more heat out of the gas they consume and only use the amount of energy that's necessary to get the job done at any given time.
If you have any questions about a high efficiency gas furnace, or if you'd like a heating system serviced or installed in your home, contact Jerry Kelly, your St. Charles heating and cooling contractor. We service the St. Louis area, including towns like Lake St. Louis, Manchester and Maryland Heights.
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