Milwaukee, WI -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/10/2014 -- Ever since the economy has been going through a recession, inflation has become fairly common and something that has increased the prices for almost every single commodity. Making an investment has become especially hard because of this because one never can guess which product is worth its price. The very same fact also applies for gas furnaces and their price tags. However, just buying the gas furnace is not the only cost one has to consider in this investment. There are number of different things for which one will also have to pay. So, the website topfurnaceguide.com will guide all customers through the process of purchasing and installing furnaces.
First and foremost, one has to decide which fuel option they are to opt for. They can choose between oil, gas or electric furnaces. Oil investment might cost about $2000 (without installation) while a gas furnace will cost $2500. Electric furnaces are longest lasting but are also the most expensive option. An electric furnace can work for twenty to thirty years as opposed to the other two which may last up to fifteen odd years.
Next up is the decision on the best Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) for each household. This is an efficiency measurement on different combustion units and appliances. The higher the AFUE percentage, the lower the bills will be. For example, if initially one spends more money to install something with a 90% AFUE as opposed to an 80%, the bills can be cut by up to 20%. The infinity series (BTU) will provide users with a 96% AFUE, which really is the best option. It may cost $2700, but the heat it generates is immense.
All big names in the furnace industry will have something to offer for the mid-budget buyers. The key is to conduct proper research. By visiting topfurnaceguide.com/prices, one can easily learn more about furnace investment, get their questions answered and can even read the prices of furnaces in the market.
Topfurnaceguide.com also offers an extensive guide when it comes to furnaces. On the home page, they house different categories and brands of furnaces and furnace sellers and by clicking on the hyperlinks, one can read extensively about furnaces. ‘Gas furnaces on sale’, ‘Electric furnace’, ‘Furnace prices’ and ‘furnace brands’ are just a few examples of the extensive information that is available on the website. Links to YouTube, Facebook and Twitter pages are also available on the website for further guidance.
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