3 Furnaces You Should Consider For Your New Home

When you need a new furnace for your Kennard, Texas, home, you’ll want a model that fits both your heating needs and your budget. Take a look at three of the best furnaces on the market today so you can make an informed decision.

Infinity 98: Maximum Efficiency

As Carrier’s most advanced furnace, the Infinity 98 (59MN7) doesn’t pull any punches. Its 98.5 percent AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency) rating will help you control your energy bills while you ward off the winter chill or keep the summer heat at bay.

The Infinity 98 has a variable-speed blower, which means it only consumes as much power as it needs to keep your home at the desired temperature. We recommend this furnace for consumers who want to spend less on their monthly bills and maximize their home comfort.

Performance 80: For the Budget-Conscious Homeowner

Since winters in Kennard tend toward the mild end of the spectrum, you might want a more budget-friendly furnace that will still offer excellent performance. The Performance 80 model (58CTW) fits that description, offering a variable-speed blower and an insulated cabinet for maximum efficiency and reliability.

You’ll also like the SmartEvap technology, which helps control moisture in the air during humid Texas summers. Reducing the overall humidity in your home can reduce allergy and asthma symptoms and make it easier to breathe at night.

Comfort 80 Oil Furnace: Ideal For Small Spaces

If you prefer an oil furnace over a gas model, the Comfort 80 won’t disappoint. Its low profile makes it ideal for installation in small or awkward spaces, such as an attic or tight HVAC cabinet. Its flue silencer will keep it from generating too much noise, and it has a maximum AFUE rating of 86.6 percent, which should reduce its total cost of ownership.

If your furnace no longer offers the reliability or efficiency you need, let us help you select a replacement you’ll love. Call McWilliams & Son Heating &; Air Conditioning at 877-936-1974.

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