The gas furnace section discusses the reasons why this type of furnace continues to be the most popular way to heat homes today. These furnaces use natural gas but most are easily converted for use with liquid propane too. Wholesale and dealer prices are disclosed on the most common brands of furnace including Trane, Carrier, American Standard, Heil, Rheem, Goodman and more. Links to sections on brands, furnace size/capacity and level of fuel efficiency show how these factors affect the cost of the furnace. The cost of common service and repair issues is also included.
The oil furnace section covers the same general topics as the gas furnace section. Oil furnaces remain in use in areas of the country not served as well by natural gas and propane and where home heating oil is a more affordable option. Pricing details for oil furnaces and the factors that determine the final cost of the furnace and installation are included.
The last major section is on electric furnaces which are also known as air handlers or fan coil furnaces. The pros and cons of electric furnaces are discussed along with pricing based on the capacity and performance of the furnace.
For all of the furnace types, gas, oil and electric, a form gives readers the opportunity to send in pricing information from their recent furnace installations. User submitted data is an excellent way for other readers to get a more exact idea of what their costs will be when they get new furnace estimates.
Finally, the Furnace Price Guides site allows readers to request competitive written estimates from local furnace companies. The service screens the contractors to ensure quality installation. The form to request estimates is quick and convenient, and there is no obligation or fee for using the service.
John Lutowski found Furnace Price Guides while researching new gas furnaces and was pleased with his experience. He said, “I not only learned a ton of great information that helped me choose the best furnace for my home, I used the free furnace price estimates service to find the lowest price in my area. My neighbor got a very similar furnace last year and paid $700 more than I did because he only got one estimate for the job. The contractors in the service were all very professional with good experience, so I was free to choose the lowest cost knowing the job would be done right the first time…and it was!”
For complete details on furnace prices and the free estimate service, visit the site at http://www.FurnacePriceGuides.com.