Contact BBB A+ rated Silverstate’s Las Vegas Air Conditioning Repair and Heating team to ensure optimum and smooth functioning of your heating furnace even in the times of extra stress. This is that time of the year when winter nights start getting colder and longer and North Las Vegas folks will be utilizing their furnaces more frequently and for longer hours. This is also the time when most of the home owners as well as commercial owners of heating systems begin to realize the importance of regular maintenance.
If your HVAC systems are strained and overburdened, this is the right time for our Las Vegas furnace repairs staff to meet with you for repairs, upgrades, service or sales of all major HVAC brands, so call us at 702-410-6524 .
AFUE Rating Information
“Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency” Rating or the AFUE of your furnace is calculated in percentage and is the overall efficiency of your furnace for an entire year without any direct reference to it’s actual energy efficiency. The latest generation of furnaces are delivered with a minimum AFUE rating of 78%, so Las Vegas Furnace Repair team can upgrade your old system for great energy savings.
Why you should go for two stage and variable speed furnace?
Traditional furnaces burn the same amount of fuel to maintain a constant output of maximum BTUs irrespective of the outside temperature whereas two-stage furnaces will mostly run in the first stage which is set for milder weather, burning lesser fuel. They will switch to the second stage only when temperature drops are huge during severe winters. This saves a lot on energy bills for you.
Variable Speed Furnaces have an in-built intelligence that continuously monitors the blower, adjusting its speed such that it maintains a constant flow of warm air through the room. You not only get greater comfort, you also get more efficiently used energy, and improved air quality at huge savings.
Selecting the appropriate furnace solution may seem a little complicated for you but our highly trained and qualified technicians at Las Vegas HVAC contractor will help you decide what’s best for your needs.
Irrespective of whether you are buying a new furnace or not, you should talk to our technician about the condition of your present filter since this is also a critical component of your furnace. Furnace filters are also rated by their Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value or MERV rating. The more efficient filters will have a higher MERV rating and such a filter will allow air to circulate more freely thus reducing the load on the system and saving you money on energy bills. Besides, it will filter out indoor pollutants which otherwise would aggravate an allergic condition.
The Importance Of A Preseason Check-Up
You will do yourself a big favor if you run your heating system through a preseason check-up which will not only get your furnace in good shape for a long winter ahead but will also identify any likelihood of a major damage before it converts into a critical repair job.