Natural gas heating systems are the most economical and efficient heating systems to warm your home, condo or apartment. Forced air furnaces deliver heated air through ducts to your living area that is 115 to 120 degrees. This gives you the WARM and TOASTY feeling associated with gas heating.  Modern natural gas furnaces achieve operating efficiencies as high as 96 or 97 percent AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiencies) and thus give the homeowner 96 cents worth of heat into the living area for each dollar of gas purchased.

Features:  Forced air natural gas furnaces come in several configurations:

  • Upflow models are typically installed in a basement to heat a one or two story dwelling. Warmed air from this unit exits at the top and continues traveling upward and away from the unit.
  • Downflow models can be installed in the first floor area of a home, mobile home or modular housing unit. The heated air from this furnace exits at the bottom and is pushed under the floor area to be distributed by ductwork throughout the home.
  • Horizontal models may be installed in an attic or crawl space. These types pull cool air in the one end and exhaust heated air out the other end of the unit.


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