Gas & Electric Furnaces

Older, less efficient furnaces cost you more to heat your home each month. Typically, around 44 percent of your utility bill goes toward heating & cooling. So if you’re looking to save money on energy costs, the first place to find savings is with your HVAC system.

A new energy-efficient furnace or heat pump is a smart way to invest in your home and plays a big part in keeping your utility bills down. You might be surprised how much money your older, inefficient unit is wasting each month as it tries to keep your home warm. Wouldn’t you rather keep that extra money you’re currently sending to the utility company?

Our Comfort Advisers can help you sort all these factors so you can make an educated decision if it’s time to replace your current system. We install brands from leading manufacturers including Trane, WaterFurnace, Goodman, Mitsubishi Electric, and more. Our certified technicians are trained to service & repair any model of furnace, regardless of what brand it is or who installed it.

We install quality systems from leading manufacturers including Trane, WaterFurnace, Goodman, Mitsubishi Electric, and more. We’re an independent Trane Comfort Specialist dealer. Our certified technicians are trained to service & repair any model of heat pump, regardless of what brand it is or who installed it.

Below are the recommended furnaces that R&R Heating & Air Conditioning suggests for your home or office.

Repair or Replace?

Sometimes a little service is all you need to stay up and running. But how do you know when it’s time to bite the bullet and invest in a new system rather than put money into an old one? To be able to determine if it’s time to invest in a new furnace, you really need to look at three factors:

Your furnace efficiency – How old is your furnace? Has it received regular annual maintenance or has it been ignored over the years? You might be surprised how much money your inefficient furnace is costing you each month.

The costs of fuel – Are you currently using gas, electric, oil or propane to heat your home? Is the cost of that fuel trending upward? What do you project fuel costs to be 5, 10, or 15 years from now?

The “heat load” of your home – How much energy is required to keep the inside of your home a steady 65-degrees (or whatever temperature is comfortable to you)?

Trane - XR95 Gas Furnaces

The XR95 forced air heating gas furnace offers Trane’s highest energy efficiency in single-stage performance, which means more of your energy dollars go toward actually heating your home.

Highly efficient performance
The XR95 hot air furnace features a 95% AFUE rating.

Durable construction
Materials for all components are tested again and again for long-lasting performance and durability.

Cleaner, healthier indoor air
Add Trane CleanEffects™ to your system for advanced air filtration that removes more dust, pollen and other irritants from conditioned air for a cleaner, healthier, more comfortable home.

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Trane XR95 Gas Furnace

Trane – XR95 Gas Furnaces

Trane - S9V2 Gas Furnaces

The new S9V2 furnace is more efficient in both heating and cooling, offers quiet operation, and maintains the DNA that Trane is known for: quality and reliability.

Industry-changing cabinet design
The S-series furnace cabinet is designed to accommodate virtually any home, and is certified to be airtight to less than 1%.

Efficient performance
The S9V2 is rated at 96% gas efficiency (AFUE), and the Vortica™ II blower is one of the most efficient in the industry, providing energy savings in both winter AND summer.

Comfortable, even heating
With stainless steel primary and secondary heat exchangers, and the ultra-efficient Vortica™ II variable speed blower, you can count on a consistent flow of warm, comfortable air with quiet operation.

Cleaner, healthier indoor air
Add Trane CleanEffects™ to your system for advanced air filtration that removes more dust, pollen and other irritants from conditioned air for a cleaner, healthier, more comfortable home.

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Trane - S9V2 Gas Furnace

Trane – S9V2 Gas Furnaces

Goodman - GMSS96

The best gas furnace is the kind you don’t have to think or worry about. It comes on the moment you need it and then runs quietly and efficiently all winter long as needed. The Goodman GMSS96 is loaded with features designed to provide outstanding performance for years to come.

Aluminized-Steel Tubular Primary Heat Exchanger

Distinctive tubular Aluminized steel construction formed using wrinkle-bend technology results in an extremely durable heat exchanger. Paired with a stainless-steel secondary heat exchanger, this combination provides reliability, durability and efficiency.

Durable Silicon Nitride Igniter

Eliminates the need for an energy-wasting pilot light.

Self-Diagnostic Control Board

Continuously monitors the system for consistent, reliable operation, stores last diagnostic codes in memory and indicates condition through LED for quick troubleshooting.

Thermally-Insulated Cabinet

The fully insulated cabinet means air leakage of less than 2% to maximize the heat transfer efficiency and lower blower noise.

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Goodman - GMSS96 Gas Furnaces

Goodman – GMSS96 Gas Furnaces

Goodman - GMV96

Similar to the Goodman GMSS96, the GMV96 is loaded with features designed to provide outstanding performance for years to come. Some additional features include;

Two-Stage Gas Valve

Reduces energy needed during moderate demand to deliver outstanding comfort and efficiency as compared to single-stage gas valves. ComfortNet™

Communicating System Compatible

Continuously monitors system performance and allows remote control of system as an option.

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Goodman – GMV96 Gas Furnace

Goodman – GMV96 Gas Furnaces

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