Today's gas furnaces are higher performing and more energy efficient than ever, but many contracting companies still go with a "one size fits all" approach. Synergy Home offers properly sized, variable-speed furnaces that will work perfectly in your home this winter – and for many years to come.
What's a variable speed gas furnace?
Think of a variable speed gas furnace as the home version of the climate control system in your car. Cars used to have just 2 levels of heat – on or off. When it was too cold in the cabin, you turned on the heater. When it was too hot, you cracked the window. Today, you can tune the interior heat to exactly the level you want – and most cars even include driver and passenger zoning.
The way this works is with a variable speed motor running the heating system. We can give you the same performance in your home as you enjoy driving down the road in your car. The added benefit in your home is that you're going to save energy. The heater won't run too long or too hot – it will only run at the level that's needed to bring comfort to the interior spaces.
The Synergy process for installing a new gas furnace
We use a whole-home approach to every gas furnace installation. Here's how that works:
- We evaluate your home for overall efficiency, making recommendations and improvements as needed to optimize comfort and minimize drafts.
- We complete load calculations to make sure your new system is going to be the right size.
- Our home performance team will install the new system and help train you in its features.
Don't call just any local contractor to install a gas furnace in your home. Get the best system – and get it installed properly – by calling Synergy today!
Highlights of the Synergy process for heater installation
- We make sure heat is not leaking out of the home. Sometimes the easiest upgrade to a heating system is not a new system installation – we can solve the problem by eliminating air leakage and drafts.
- We perform load calculations and a heat load analysis to determine what type and size of heating system you will need. We are one of the fastest companies in the area for evaluating your home and recommending a heating solution.
- Once the evaluation stage is complete, we'll install an energy-efficient heat pump or a new gas furnace to meet your unique needs.
Call us today and schedule service. No matter what age or size your home is, we'll have the perfect solution.
FAQ: What is the whole-home approach to heater installation?
A new furnace or heat pump in your home will immediately affect other systems in your home. We start and finish every job with one question in mind: Is your home in sync? This means that we aim to increase comfort in every room and corner of the house – no matter what the conditions are outside.
Installing a new heater without considering air leakage, insulation, ductwork, humidity and dust control is like equipping your car with a bigger engine without evaluating the drive train. You may get a boost in power, but the car will be less functional than it was before.
Synergy Home Respects Your Home
When we come to your home for a new heating system installation, we respect the space as if it were our own. Our technicians wear shoe covers and use tarps to keep things neat. When the job is done, we vacuum the work area thoroughly – in fact, we think our cleaning equipment is the most important kit in the truck!
You'll be completely satisfied with the Synergy Home experience, from beginning to end. Talk to us today about evaluating
Kentucky Heating FAQs
What Are The Different Types Of Furnaces?
Single Stage: A single-stage furnace has only one stage of operation. It can either be turned on or turned off.
Two Stage: A two-stage furnace has two settings––full and half speed. This is a more efficient way to heat and provides for better comfort, because it can move the air at a slower pace.
Variable Stage or Modulating: A variable-stage or modulating furnace modulates the speed and heat output based on the temperature outside and the desired comfort level. This furnace only works as much as you need it, making this type the most energy-efficient type of furnace.
What Is AFUE?
AFUE, or Annualized Fuel Utilization Efficiency, is a measure of furnace-heating efficiency. The higher the AFUE, the more efficient the furnace.
What Size Furnace Do I Need?
We can calculate the correct size furnace for your home. The number of BTUs, or British Thermal Units, needed to heat your home is dependent on a number of variables. Contrary to what you might think, a bigger furnace may not necessarily mean more heating power for your home. Call us at Synergy Home, and we can set up an appointment to calculate the furnace size you might need.
Lexington Installation and Repairs
Synergy Home proudly provides HVAC, Solar, Geothermal, Insulation and crawlspace encapsulation service to Lexington, Georgetown, Nicholasville, Versailles and the surrounding communities. Visit our service area page for more coverage details, call us at 859-687-0553, or request service online today.