When it comes to keeping your home warm during the cooler periods of the year, a furnace does the job best. Using gas like propane and natural gas as fuel, these units use combustion to produce and extract heat safely and efficiently.
Get a natural furnace that is reliable, efficient and affordable. Global Eco Energy offers best selling gas furnaces and is the choice for the majority of modern homes with heating and air conditioning. Whether you are looking for a variable-speed gas furnace, single or two-stage heating, has a high AFUE Efficiency rating, warranties, ignition system and air filtration, we have you covered. Our selection of gas furnaces are guaranteed to keep your home warmer, your bills lower, and those winter months a little more enjoyable.
High Efficiency is at the heart of our Gas Furnace line as they represent our passion for high quality and your satisfaction. Advanced technology maximizes the efficiency of our gas furnace line. We offer you added value with high quality components that propel us past industry standards and are designed for your peace of mind.
Your gas furnaces would be one of the most expensive appliance that you will have. So make the most out of it and choose the best furnace that fits your desires and needs where Global Eco Energy brought to you the perfect furnaces that you want. We offer high-efficiency gas furnaces that has the best features and benefits. Here are the features and benefits that our gas furnaces possess:AFUE Efficiency Rating
- 80% AFUE Furnaces – Standard Efficiency
- Minimum efficiency ratings allowed by law
- Lower upfront cost, higher cost to operate
- Vents through a chimney line or metal flue pipe
- Does not qualify for tax credit or incentives
- 90-98% AFUE Furnaces – High Efficiency Furnaces
- Higher upfront cost, much lower cost to operate
- 95% or higher efficiency furnaces may qualify for furnace tax credits and incentives
- Most are equipped with latest advanced features
- Vent through PVC pipe system through sidewalls
- Single-Stage Gas Furnaces:
When the burner is lit, it is on and runs at one constant gas flow.
- Two-Stage Gas Furnaces:
Two stage gas furnace have high and low setting on the gas burner itself. If high amounts of heat are needed, the furnace will run at the higher stage and will warm the home up quickly. While when the demand for less heat is needed, the unit will switch to low-heat.
- Modulating-Stage Gas Furnaces:
A modulating furnace combines advanced gas valve technology with a variable-speed multi-speed fans to provide the ultimate in efficiency and comfort. The modulating gas valve automatically adjusts the burn rate in small increments to accurately match thermostat settings. Since the unit tracks the demand so precisely, the furnace very rarely runs at full capacity. The continuous fan operation helps to eliminate drafts, cold spots, and the heat blast commonly associated with single stage equipment. Modulating furnaces also carry the lowest noise ratings among all types of gas furnaces.
- Fixed-Speed Blowers:
Fixed-speed blowers work in just two positions, “On and Off”. When the blower is turned on, it blows air at the manufacturer’s rated volume that is measured as cubic per meter.
- Multi-Speed Blowers:
Similar to your car heating system multi-speed blowers except for the operating speed that is set in the factory or changed by a technician to adjust based on settings.
- Variable-Speed Blowers:
A variable-speed blower motor has multiple fan blower speeds and automatically adjusts to meet the heating and cooling demands of your home’s unique design. A variable blower motor has longer lifespan than conventional blower motor because it uses approximately 60%-75% less electricity. It is quieter than standard blowers.
- ECM Variable-Speed Motors:
ECM furnace motors are quite different from a standard variable speed motor. It operates very intelligently just by adjusting the exact amount of air needed based on several smart features built into the furnaces that come with them. ECM blower motors are so good, that there have been furnace tax credits and incentives just for having this blower installed.
- Furnaces today have eliminated the pilot. The use of direct spark or hot-surface type ignition is able to avoid having to re-light pilot lights or repair needs in this area. Resulting in also increased efficiency of the unit due to high annual fuel-utilization efficiency rating.
- Air filtration is very significant when it comes to heating your home. To allow clean air and not debris like dust and other airborne bacteria to pass through, it needs to have the required filtration. Upgraded electrostatic filter will provide better efficiency as an electric charge is used to trap the miniscule particles to keep the air clean, resulting in greater benefit to those who have asthma, allergies or other respiratory problems.
- Manufacture Parts Warranties (based on model)
- 10 Years Standard Manufacturer Limited Parts Warranty
- 5 Years Standard Manufacturer Limited Parts Warranty
- Life-Time Manufacturer Heat-Exchanger Warranty
- Labour Warranties (your choice)
- 1 Year Standard Full Labour Warranty
- 10 Year Upgraded Full Labour Warranty
- Rent & Relax, Worry Free Warranty (rental)
- 100% Parts Coverage For Life-Time
- 100% Labour Coverage For Life-Time
- Unit Replacement Warranty
- 80% AFUE Furnaces – Standard Efficiency
Here are some questions that most probably you would ask if your heating system breaks down. First, who can fix your problem quickly and efficiently? Second, which is the company that serves the best? Third, Which company do you think will be honest to answer all of your questions truthfully? Global Eco Energy Group is the best choice. Here are some of the reasons why you should choose us.
Global Eco Energy Group has been equipped with retail and installation business for over 11 years and continues to be one of the fastest expanding HVAC companies in Canada. We are widely recognized as a leader and as an innovator in heating and cooling industry. Global Eco Energy Group has built a solid reputation for exceptional services and sales. Our commitment is we deliver quality products and solutions to our customers starting with relationship building, followed by accurate and honest billing, knowledgeable client services support, and prompt, professional response throughout the life of your equipment.
Replacing the major appliance in your home is not an easy decision and potentially can lead to increased energy savings, decrease in your carbon footprint and contribute to a healthier more comfortable home. Whether it’s your home heating, cooling, water heating or water filtration systems, Global Eco Energy Group has a solution that is uniquely right for you. You can trust our company to install your HVAC system correctly the first time. Working with Global Eco Energy Group, you can enjoy the peace of mind in having both excellent service and support combined with quality HVAC system that works efficiently.
Our vision is to create value and offer appropriate and affordable solutions to homeowners across the province. Our mission is to continue to be known for the value we deliver and efficiency while achieving 100% comfort. We also are an integral member of the communities in which we live by supporting several local non-profit organizations.
“… exceptional service, coudln’t ask for more. Very professional, well informed, and best of all at the best price I could find anywhere. Definitely worth the call…”John K. Ontario, Canada
“… finally have even heating throughout my entire house! Something I could only dream about for the 17 years prior…”Mallisa R. Ontario, Canada
“…very professional and friendly installers, would definitely recommend to neighbors and family.”Curtis S. Ontario, Canada
Make The Right Decisions
A furnace is an appliance that provides your home with warmth and comfort when outdoor temperatures begin drop in the fall and winter. If you buy the right furnace, it takes time for you to think which one would be the best furnace that suits your home. It’s crucial you find the one that will make you comfortable and convenient for your wallet. To find the right furnace, keep in mind these important things: size, warranty, safety, furnace efficiency, burner type, blower type and energy star rating. Before buying, you must know what you are looking for, what to ask, and what those unfamiliar words actually mean when you’re shopping. Your home furnace will be one of the most expensive home improvements that you will make and before you buy such appliance, be sure that you’ve done all you all your research. To assist you in making the right decision we have created a list of things to look for:Efficiency: AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency)
Furnace efficiency indicates the level of energy needed to provide the heating output required. The greater the number, the more energy efficiency the unit is and and the lower your utility bills will be. Keep in mind that you should consider units with higher AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) to achieve greater equipment efficiency. AFUE measures the amount of fuel entering a furnace that is converted to heat vs. the amount of fuel lost where 90% is converted to heat and the other 10% is fuel lost. It helps you understand how effective your gas furnace is, at converting fuel to heat. Older models are can be as low as 50-70%, indicating that 50-30% of energy consumed by your furnace is lost and will not be converted to heat for your home. This means higher utility bills, increased maintenance and more frequent repairs.Size: BTU (British Thermal Unit)
It’s time for you to know which one is the perfect size for your home in winter season. Finding the right-sized gas furnace for your home can be a big problem. Furnace’s size will strongly affect how comfortable you will be, how efficient the furnace will run and how long the furnace lasts. There are furnaces that are too small and too large. If a furnace is too small, you won’t feel comfortable on very cold days and the furnace will run constantly running up your energy bill. While too large furnace, will hurt the furnace’s energy efficiency, lower the lifespan of the furnace and leaves you uncomfortable. One of the biggest factors is the size and number of levels in your home, followed by the amount and type of insulation, number windows and doors along with the direction of your home can all contribute the size you will need. Typical home furnaces sizes range from 40,000-120,000 BTU.Gas Burner Type
Of all the parts of a furnace, the most essential part is the burner. It is the point in which a mixture of air and fuel is burned to produce heat. A furnace burner is usually lit by a pilot flame, which itself is lit by an electrical spark, similar to how a spark plug works in a car engine. Some older models were lit by hand, though these have almost all been phased out because of the obvious risks involved. A furnace burner may include a pre-mixer to mix the fuel with the air prior to entering the burner for better combustion.Energy Star
Energy star will serves as your guide to furnaces that earn the highest ratings for energy efficiency. Energy star program has boosted the adoption of energy efficient products, practices, and services through valuable partnership, objective measurement tools, and consumer education. Energy star products has a valid certification that it is certified and tested for its use. Energy star continues to deliver cost-effective and high-quality energy efficiency products. The most energy-efficient furnaces have an Energy Star label and an AFUE rating of 95% or higher. Only furnaces with exceptional energy efficiency earn the Energy Star label.Blower Type
A home’s furnace takes a lot of abuse during the cold winter season. Components such as the blower motor must be in constant motion while warming the house. Over time, the furnace blower motor can become internally worn from age and lack of lubrication, causing a major reduction in warm air movement through the home’s ductwork.Warranty
When you choose reliable products, you also have to get dependable warranty coverage to protect your family’s investments. The warranty depends upon your model. Certain components within the system may have different standard warranty periods.Safety
Furnaces that consume fuel (Natural Gas) that are highly explosive and produce a variety of harmful exhaust gases from fuel combustion, such as carbon monoxide. Be sure that any technician servicing or replacing your gas furnace is TSSA licensed.
- Why get my new furnace from Global Eco Energy Group?
Our customers excellent reviews, ratings, and referrals for outstanding customer service, combined with our massive buying power due to multiple locations covering across Ontario. With Global Eco Energy Group you can rest assure that you will get the highest quality service at the most competitive prices. We understand what it takes to grow, which is why our goal is to maintain positive relationships with our clients far past the initial point of sale. We strive to achieve and maintain 100% comfort for each and all of our clients.How much can a new furnace save me?
If you think you want to switch out an old furnace with a new furnace for your home, you must take considerations on your savings, which alone can be several hundred dollars annually. We are talking about efficiency here. To identify whether buying a new furnace is a good idea or not, you need to see if it makes economic sense. A new furnace can save your electricity costs by using a more dynamic and powerful AC powered fan motors that will run less since you will use heat more effectively. You may also want to think about the costs that you may acquire in heating repairs keeping your old furnace running. With a DC powered fan motor, you can be sure to get the highest efficiency ratings, thus lowered operating costs.When should I upgrade to a new furnace?
To come up with your decision, you will need to consider three key factors: furnace efficiency, cost of fuel, and the heating load of your home. Generally you should consider replacing your old furnace if you’re experiencing:
- Unreasonable increase in energy usage
- Frequent repairs
- Uneven temperature throughout home
- Yellow burner flame
- Strange noises from furnace
Here are some steps that you need to consider when you upgrade to a new furnace:
- First, determine how old your old furnace is. Typically you find a sticker with a manufacture date, if not, write its model number and serial number down and try searching it on the internet.
- Second, look for key indicators. If model number can not be seen anymore on your unit, now it’s a perfect time for you to change your furnace. Another indicator is the pilot. If you have a pilot light instead of an electronic ignition, you might as well take your money down.