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Standard Home Furnaces

  • Natural Gas / Propane (LP) Fuel, Furnaces
    Select If:
    • You are replacing a forced air furnace that operates on natural gas or liquid propane (LP)
      And / or...
    • Your furnace will be located inside the home, attic, crawlspace, basement, etc.
    • You have ducting in the home (or will be installing it) to transfer the air. (The same ducting used for heating can be used for air conditioning.)
    • Your available fuel is either natural gas or liquid propane (LP).
    • (Note – These furnaces are compatible with central air conditioning.)
    Goodman GMVM 05
  • Air Handlers and All-Electric Furnaces
    Select if:
    • You are replacing a forced air electric furnace (air handler)
      And / or...
    • Your electric furnace (air handler) will be located inside the home, attic, crawlspace, basement, etc.
    • You have ducting in the home (or will be installing it) to transfer the air. (The same ducting used for heating can be used for air conditioning.)
    • You have (or are planning on having) central air conditioning
    • You have 220 volts AC available
    • Note – These units are compatible with central air conditioning. To select this equipment with a central air conditioning system, use our easy Kit Builder)
    • (Note – An equipment type called "air handler" with an optional "electric heater coil" is the equivalent of an electric furnace with an air conditioning-ready evaporator coil.)
  • Oil Fuel, Forced Air Furnaces
    Select if:
    • You are replacing a forced air oil furnace.
      And / or...
    • Your furnace will be located inside the home, attic, crawlspace, basement, etc.
    • You have ducting in the home (or will be installing it) to transfer the air. (The same ducting used for heating can be used for air conditioning.)
    • Your available fuel type is oil.
    • (Note – These furnaces are compatible with central air conditioning.)
  • Furnace Accessories
    Select if:
    • You will be installing a new furnace. Check out these accessories which you may want or need.

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