A conventional furnace always runs at full capacity. On the other hand, a two-stage furnace can operate at reduced capacity, which makes it more efficient. This is because when it’s running at lower capacity, it burns less fuel. You’ll then save money on your utility bills.
A two-stage furnace experiences less wear and tear than a traditional one. They run at reduced capacity in the spring and fall while operating at full capacity in the winter. This means they have a longer lifespan and typically require fewer repairs.
At [company_name] of Chicago, IL, we install two-stage furnaces. We’re a Bryant dealer but can service all makes and models of furnaces.
A standard furnace heats a home quickly and then turns off. This can cause large temperature swings. A two-stage furnace heats a home more slowly, so the temperature stays within a degree of the thermostat setting.
When a two-stage furnace turns on, it’s in the lower capacity setting. This means it doesn’t do a sudden, loud kick of air. The furnace will switch between the two settings automatically, as needed.
Improved Air Filtration
The lower-speed of a two-stage furnace doesn’t circulate the air in your home as quickly as a conventional furnace. This allows the filter to capture more contaminants out of the air. Your indoor air will be cleaner as a result.
If you have a humidifier in your heating system, it will operate longer with a two-stage filter. Since the system runs longer, the humidifier can better reduce the humidity in your home, making it more comfortable.
At [company_name], we repair, replace, and tune-up heating and cooling systems. We also handle water heaters and indoor air quality solutions. Please call today to schedule an appointment.