HVAC DIY Tips & Tricks
Upgrade your home heating with a two-stage furnace! Enjoy improved efficiency, consistent comfort, and potential energy savings. Learn more and make the switch today!
A two-stage gas furnace has two levels of heat output. High output for really cold days and lower output for those milder days in winter.
80% of the time, the low setting is more than adequate to meet most household heating demands. Furnaces run for longer and provide better heat distribution
Two-stage furnaces have three positions within the gas valve: fully open, partially open, and closed. Single-stage furnaces are either fully open or closed.
A two-stage heating system has three advantages: it saves energy, heats your home more thoroughly, and filters your air for better indoor air quality.
Your two-stage furnace saves energy costs because it burns much less fuel. It doesn't dump as much fuel into the heat exchanger.
Your home gets cold spots because of improperly positioned ductwork, too large of a furnace, or you have a single-stage furnace.
Because two-stage heating will run more often, it will circulate more air through your ductwork and thus increase the filtration of your house.