NJ Furnace Repair and Information
A critically important part of our business is providing our customers with expert support for all their home and business heating systems – including furnaces, ductwork, vents and more.
Whether you heat your home or business with a gas or an electric furnace, the Meyer & Depew service department is available to our residential and business clients 24/7. Our dedicated and highly skilled staff of technicians is trained to work on the systems we install, and we provide furnace repair services for all makes and models.
Should you need to buy a new furnace, we recommend only the best ENERGY STAR® brands available today, including Carrier®. And our low everyday prices and special sales make our recommendations highly affordable.
Furnace technologies vary in the way they work and in the efficiencies they provide. Our technicians will explain the differences to you in detail during the selection process. Here are some things to keep in mind about the different types of furnaces available.
- Because a two-speed furnace can run on low speed up to 90% of the time, it operates more quietly and runs for longer periods of time than a single-speed furnace. This translates into fewer on/off cycles, fewer drafts and much smaller temperature swings. The result is more consistent, even heating throughout your home or commercial building.
- A variable-capacity furnace provides you with the ultimate combination of comfort, efficiency and quiet performance. Building on the benefits of two-speed furnaces, variable-capacity furnaces offer “smart” motors that can monitor your building’s outdoor environment and make automatic adjustments to maintain the most efficient heating possible indoors.
- A new energy-efficient furnace can dramatically reduce your gas or electric utility bills. Its Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) rating tells you how energy efficient your furnace is. A higher AFUE promises lower operating costs for heating your home or business. A new high-efficiency furnace can save you up to 50% in operating costs compared with a 10-year-old furnace. The minimum efficiency furnace that can legally be sold in the United States today is 78%. Many models manufactured before 1990, however, have efficiencies of 65% or less, while the furnaces available from Meyer & Depew today have efficiencies as high as 96.6%.
- From our special sales and everyday low prices to the high efficiency Carrier furnace brands we recommend, you’ll save money throughout the life of your new furnace. We use heating data from your area to help you determine the time it would take to recover the additional cost of a new furnace in energy savings. Of course, after the payback, you’ll continue to save on your energy bills for the life of the system.