Consider a Propane Furnace Installation to Keep Your Home Warm
Propane gas furnaces produce much higher indoor air temperatures than their electric counterparts, keeping your home warm and comfortable during even the most frigid Tennessee winters.
Customers can choose from several types of propane gas furnaces, including central furnaces, wall furnaces and combo-heaters.
Propane furnaces, even ultra-high-efficiency models, can fit into tight spaces—even a closet! Many models can be installed and vented in a variety of ways. Most of today’s propane gas furnaces feature electrical ignitions that activate the burners only when fuel is needed, keeping your fuel costs down. Electrical ignition also enhances safety because it eliminates the need for standing pilot lights.
Another way your gas furnace costs remain manageable is through vent dampers: devices, located in the flue, that close when the heat demand has been met. This traps residual heat for further circulation in the home. When more heat is needed, the damper opens before the burners are ignited, to allow combustion fumes to escape. Burners cannot ignite when the damper is closed, so energy is consumed only when heating is needed.
To learn more about propane gas furnaces and the many other ways you can enjoy propane, please contact your propane company and they’ll be glad to help.