American Standard Furnaces
Owning an American Standard gas furnace can give you the peace of mind in the winter that your home will never go cold because the furnace isn’t working properly.
American Standard furnaces are the number one selling brand for most HVAC companies for a number of reasons. Explore this page for more information on American Standard heating systems.
American Standard = Energy Efficiency
On models such as the Platinum 95 Furnace, you can expect a drastic reduction in heating expenses. On average, 97.3% of fuel is used to heat your home. There is almost no wasted energy with these new models.
These units have significantly passed the rigorous government efficiency standards, while at the same time saving you money. In today’s modern world of energy, saving money and reducing greenhouse gas emissions is extremely important. Companies like American Standard place high efficiency standards on all of their products.
What To Expect From An American Standard Gas Furnace
American Standard owners can expect savings of upwards of 33% per year on their energy bills when replacing an old heater with a new American Standard model. The average American will spend 7% of their annual income on energy bills. Therefore, a 33% reduction translates to major savings. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the average American family will spend at least $2,200 per year on energy bills, with half of that expense coming from heating and cooling.
American Standard gas furnaces provide heating operations between 40 and 100 percent firing rates. This means that the furnace can slow down or speed up the rate at which it is operating in order to be more efficient. The furnace understands that it does not need to operate at a 100% firing rate in order to change the temperature by 1 degree in your home.
Installing A New Furnace...
The installation of an American Standard gas furnace is considerably easier than it was years before. This results in less time spent at your home and a less invasive installation. Gas furnaces in general have much less maintenance costs than other types of heating systems. Gas furnaces will break down much less often, and are extremely efficient.
American Standard gas furnaces are equipped with AccuLink™ allowing for communication with the Nexia home automation systems to monitor and control your home automation.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
How much will an American Standard gas furnace installation cost?
This depends on your specific needs, home conditions and budget. For a typical 2,000 to 2,250 square foot home in New Jersey, homeowners can expect to see installation costs in the range of $4,200 to $4,500. Of course, other factors may increase or decrease this estimate. Get a free, in-home, no obligation estimate. Click here to schedule an appointment.
How often should I get my furnace serviced?
Like your air conditioning system, your furnace should be inspected annually. Don’t wait for an issue to arise to call us; let us find it before it becomes a major problem. Annual furnace servicing helps to prolong the lifespan of the system and keeps it running at a high efficiency. Additionally, routine maintenance helps to prevent future “no-heat” emergency service calls.
How long will my furnace last?
Gas furnaces from American Standard have been known to last for over thirty years. The typical lifespan is between 15 and 20 years. This range all depends on how well you take care of your heater. These machines were built to last for dozens of years as long as they are properly maintained.
How do I properly maintain my gas furnace?
The easiest way to keep your furnace up to date is to have it serviced annually. Realistically, your furnace will be working less than half the year, so getting it serviced during summer before it goes back to work in the winter is the best plan. Also, regularly checking & changing your filter is extremely important. Experts estimate that you can lose anywhere between 5-15 years off your unit by not having an annual service call and not changing the filters.
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