Heater Installation in Euless, Colleyville, Southlake, Trophy Club, TX, and Surrounding Areas
Furnace Installation and Repairs
The most trusted name in heater installation, maintenance, and repair in the DFW Metro Area Sudden Service, your trusted DFW heating repair & installation contractor, has installed thousands of new furnaces & heaters throughout the DFW Metro area. We have the experience and expertise to solve any furnace or boiler problems you may discover in your home. From emergency repairs to routine maintenance, Sudden Service has trained technicians that are skilled in providing prompt and professional service on all makes of furnaces & boilers.
Single Stage Furnaces
Your furnace and fan are either on or off. Pretty simple, huh? A salesperson can say that a single-stage furnace has multiple speeds. Why? Every home has unique heat load that is supposed to be calculated for you by your heating and air conditioning contractor. The single-stage furnace does have optional speeds, but it is hard wired to one.
Two-stage furnaces are more efficient and more effective at heating your home. Furnaces are like light bulbs, they operate better if they are turned on and left on. If you flick a light switch on and off, over and over, that bulb is toast. The same goes for furnaces. Running at 65% for 9 minutes is better than 100% for 3 minutes several times an hour. It uses less gas and is easier on the machine.
In single-stage furnaces, if you want your fan on for circulation, the fan is always on high. It is the only option. Not only is that hard on your utility bill. But a fan on high means the warm air is moving fast, and warm air moving fast creates a cool breeze. In variable furnaces, the fan turns over slowly to maintain air circulation while being easy on your utility bill. By the way, most air cleaners and filtration devices are only active when the furnace blower is on, so the best way to utilize these accessories is to have a variable speed blower. Switching its blower fan from a/c current to d/c current only draws 1/10 the electricity.