PRLog - Jan. 25, 2013 - Quality First's Sacramento Solar office is currently carrying Tempstar products. Quality First will now be carrying heat pumps, furnaces, and split systems ranging from 13-16 SEER and 2-5 tons. The SEER, Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, or Tempstar systems are well above the industry standards. The Tempstar brand was introduced in the 1980's in response to high market demands to offer the public with a full line of heating and cooling products. Tempstar has a great reputation for providing high quality products to their customers always trying to give them more bang for their buck. Quality First has come across a great opportunity to have Tempstar now by their side to help both companies grow and satisfy customers. Judging from Tempstar reviews, this product seems to be the one people are most satisfied with. The trademark slogan for Tempstar is "QUALITY YOU CAN FEEL' they seem to be a great fit with the Quality First atmosphere. Many reviewers claim they have made large savings in their heating bills thanks to the Tempstar furnace. Important to know that Tempstar also has a State Certified Safety Committee that is constantly giving information to keep quality number one priority.
When I was about 6 years old I was awoken by my grandmother saying to go stay at the neighbor's house for a few hours. Confused and unsure of the situation I listened and later found out the truth of why we had to leave the house. Our furnace was old and started smoking, my grandmother requested for the firemen not to turn on the sirens... But they did! The whole cul-de-sac woke up with curiosity of what happened in our house, while my sister and I waited to go back to our home. The conclusion to fix the disaster was to replace our old furnace with a new one to prevent any future smoking or possible fires to occur. According to the US Fire Association, 54,500 homes catch fire annually because of furnace units. Technology has changed drastically in the past decade and if you haven't changed your furnace in the past 10 years I'd consider it. Industrial standards have gone up and are growing with every passing day, constantly finding new and high-tech ways to improve systems we have now in our homes.
Tempstar provides an informational website to anyone interest in learning more about their products; they elaborate very well and even have a section to download PDF's of their brochures. http://www.tempstar.com/