Buyers Guide for a New High Efficiency Furnace
This past September, Toronto and the GTA broke temperature records as it seemed more like the middle of summer rather than the start of autumn. Even though people are more concerned about their air conditioners than furnaces, the reality is the cold, bitter winter will be here before we know it. If you need a new high efficiency furnace to get you through the winter, it’s best to start the installation process now — before the temperature drops.
There are a number of different furnace brands and models, and each company has different warranties and reliability. Make sure to research the brand you’re interested in and understand what is (and isn’t) covered by their manufacturer’s warranties.
Take Advantage of Financing and Specials
When you plan for furnace replacement — instead of waiting until your equipment breaks down — you have the advantage of waiting for promotions and special financing. Many manufacturers offer seasonal discounts and when paired with government financing and installation specials, you can save thousands of dollars on a new high efficiency furnace.
After choosing the right brand and model, make sure you select a reputable company to perform your furnace installation. The best high efficiency furnace won’t overcome the problem of a faulty installation. Make sure that you’re working with a reputable HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) company. You’ll want to know what their policies are regarding labour and installation guarantees and what training and certifications installers have.
Replacing your heating system is a big financial commitment. Make sure that you’re purchasing the right brand, at the best price and that it’s being installed by a reputable HVAC company.
For 30 years, Martino HVAC has provided reliable heating and cooling, air quality service and installation to residential, commercial and industrial customers in the GTA, Vaughan and Quinte Regions. We are proud of the service we provide and our commitment to our customers and our community.