With all the construction going on in the basement, I just couldn't help myself. Our old furnace was working just fine, but for the past 2 years, I've sunk more than $1500 into fixing it. I'd been eyeing a new high-efficiency furnace for a while and with all the duct work that I had going on last week, I finally took the plunge. I went with a Bryant 95% efficiency - replacing what the installer said was a 45% efficiency furnace. I'm hoping we'll notice the difference in our utility bills this winter and start to recoup the big upfront costs of this beautiful box.
With all the walls going up and the investment being made to make the basement liveable, I figured I should just buck up and make the move right now - before space got too small and moving this was going to get harder.
It is MUCH quieter and is a 3-speed variable fan, so it just runs a bit more wisely than the old one. Time will tell if we'll be able to operate the unit at a lower temperature than the past one.
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