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A gas furnace is one of the most common and effective heating solutions available on the market today. Millions of families and businesses rely on gas furnaces to stay warm all winter long. Modern gas furnaces are time tested, powerful, and far more energy efficient than previous generation systems. There's simply no better way to ensure your home is comfortable, no matter how cold it gets outside, than having a gas furnace.

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About Gas Furnaces

A gas furnace is one of the most common and effective heating solutions available on the market today. Millions of families and businesses rely on gas furnaces to stay warm all winter long. Modern gas furnaces are time tested, powerful, and far more energy efficient than previous generation systems. There's simply no better way to ensure your home is comfortable, no matter how cold it gets outside, than having a gas furnace.

We offer a huge selection of top-quality gas furnaces for sale from trusted manufacturers like Goodman, MrCool, and Lennox. If your gas furnace is struggling to heat every space in your home, needs frequent repairs, or is just old and noisy, rely on the wide inventory of gas furnaces available at Ingrams Water & Air. With us as your trusted source for new heating systems and upgrades, you'll get your home back up and running in no time, but with even better efficiency, comfort and performance.

The Pros of a Gas Furnace vs. Electric

When exploring your furnace replacement options, you’ll stumble across gas furnaces and electric furnaces. But which is the better system for your home?

Both electric and gas furnaces use a forced-air system to heat your home, using a thermostat to monitor the indoor temperature. With gas furnaces, the thermostat will trigger the pilot light to ignite the main burner of the heat exchanger. The exchanger draws heat from the burner and heats the air, circulating it throughout the home using ducts. Electric models use electric heating elements in place of a pilot light to heat the air.

The benefits of a gas furnace include:

  • Incredibly powerful and dependable heat.
  • Cost-effective operations – natural gas is typically less expensive than electricity.
  • Can easily be paired with split-system air conditioners or a heat pump for year-round heating and cooling.

What Should I Look for When Buying a Gas Furnace?

As the chilly temperatures start to set in and frost coats the early morning, you’ll find there’s nothing more important than having whole-home reliable, effective heating.

And homeowners can’t go wrong with a new gas furnace. Each gas furnace manufacturer has upgraded their latest gas furnace models with a wide variety of features and improvements for greater long-term performance. When shopping for a new gas furnace, you’ll find the following popular features:

  • Variable-speed blowers: Variable-speed blowers will operate continuously, ranging from low to high speeds based on the heating needs. This option makes less noise and results in fewer drafts and uncomfortable temperature fluctuations.
  • Variable heat output: Some gas furnaces with variable-speed blowers will also have variable heat output to increase comfort and efficiency by automatically adjusting the amount of heat the furnace delivers.
  • Air filtration: Gas furnaces that can be installed with an electrostatic filter will have better indoor air quality. These filters use an electrical charge to help trap harmful airborne particles and pollutants.
  • Dual heat exchanger: A heat exchanger is a component that draws heat from burned natural gas. The latest energy-efficient gas furnaces have a primary and secondary heat exchanger to draw more heat from the gas.
  • Ignition systems: While gas furnaces are known to use a pilot light, newer models have intermittent or hot-surface ignitions so the light doesn't have to continuously burn. With these modern ignition systems, your gas furnace will be more efficient.
  • Zoned heating capabilities: Zoned heating uses several thermostats and a central controller to deliver different heating needs to different parts of the home. This is especially useful in larger homes that don't need consistent heating in every part of the house.

Enjoy Free Shipping on All of Our Gas Furnaces

Update the comfort of your home this winter with a new gas furnace from Ingrams Water & Air. We offer the largest selection of Lennox, MrCool, and Goodman gas furnaces. Browse our inventory of gas furnaces today and feel free to reach out to our team for further guidance on our products. When you shop with Ingrams Water & Air, you’ll enjoy competitive pricing and free shipping.