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Amana is a solid furnace - its the premium end of the Goodman brand. We’ve installed Amana in situations requiring a large blower capacity at a good price. Amana furnaces are manufactured by Goodman. Their furnaces range between 80% AFUE to 98% AFUE. Their furnace technology uses a durable tubular heat exchange.
Amana offers furnaces that are multi position which makes them easier to install. Some models even include control boards and electronic ignition. These include special feature that help to determine the causes of any problem or issues. They have a large selection of high efficiency products. Amana offers owners a significant warranty agreement. All models have a lifetime warranty on the heat exchanger, and the parts have a 10 year warranty.
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Don’t be surprised if furnace prices are on the rise; it’s the supply and demand thing. It takes great skill and attention to detail to repair or upgrade furnaces.
Hence, it’s not easy getting the task of repairing or replenishing furnaces completed. You just have to select the best man or woman for the job. For when you don’t, furnaces have a way of coming back to haunt you. Another thing to remember is to make sure that the furnaces’ first install goes smoothly, for that alone can give you many years of repair-free operation.
Amana is the best way to go about replacing an aging or dated HVAC equipment. If you go with just any of these three top brands, you can never go wrong with furnace prices and other key factors such as ease of operation or straightforward repair methods.
Different gas furnace models from Amana contain various features, and you might require more or less heating capacity than what some brands and models offer. You can look at some of the top brands discussed below and their approximate cost, which include installation costs. However, you need to note that manufacturers usually sell the brands to distributors who then sell on wholesale to contractors.
In the United States, the minimum standard efficiency rating of a newly installed furnace is 78%. A mid efficiency furnace usually has a AFUE of between 80 and 85 percent. A high efficiency unit is between between 90 and 97 percent. In the Northern states, including Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota, gas furnaces must have a minimum rating of 90%.
You might require installing new ductwork if you have never had a gas furnace previously. Therefore, you might have to pay between $8 and $12 per linear foot for a new ductwork installation. The cost is based on the average national hourly wages, cost of materials, and unit labor productivity rates. Also, your estimate ought to include other things, such as cleanup and debris removal, mobilization, labor setup and hourly rates, and preparation of the a/c unit installation site, which includes finishes, protection of existing structures and materials. However, the cost estimation does not include the tax fees and fees that general contractors supervising the site incur, which usually ranges from 12 % to 19% of the total cost.
Homeowners ought to organize for an inspection before installing a new gas furnace if their homes have existing ductwork. Notably, ductwork that has leaks causes a loss of between 10% and 30% of the heat generated from the furnace. An adequately sealed ductwork will reduce the loss to less than 5%. Additionally, improperly sealed ductwork pose health hazards to your family because the system attracts microbes, mold, radon gas, and dust into your living space. The United States Environmental Protection Agency considers that issue as a significant contribution to lung cancer and respiratory diseases. The beauty of inspection especially for old homes is that you discover asbestos, and getting rid of asbestos is not only unpredictable, but also expensive. Therefore, it is necessary to inspect your home for asbestos to avoid surprise costs. You might have to replace or add backdraft pampers if the contractor discovers asbestos.
The cost of replacing an oil heater with a gas water heater furnace ranges between $500 and $6500. The water heater cost will depend on the location of the tank, local regulations, and the size of the tank. Notably, you will have to incur maintenance cost for your furnace. However, the maintenance costs are usually lower than replacing parts or buying a new furnace. Besides, HVAC units have warranties.