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Furnaces / Heaters

  • Standard Forced Air Furnaces
    Select if:
    • You are replacing a forced air furnace.
      And / or...
    • Your furnace will be attached to ductwork that distributes the air through the home.
    • Your available fuel will be natural gas, liquid propane (LP) or oil.
  • Boilers
    Select if:
    • If you are replacing a boiler
      And / or…
    • You want hydronic (water) or steam heat, which uses radiators in the home instead of ductwork
    • Your home has radiators (or you will be installing them)
    • Your available fuel is natural gas, Propane (LP) or oil
  • Heat Pump Central Air Conditioning (Electric Heat and Cool)
    Select if:
    • You are adding or replacing a split-system heat pump to a forced air duct system
      And / or…
    • You want your heating and cooling to be provided by the same equipment, which will operate on electricity exclusively
    • You would like equipment with very low operating costs for heating your home when the outside temperature is above 25 degrees. (A heat pump can be paired with a secondary source of heat for providing additional heat when temperatures are below 25 degrees.) 
    • 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.)
    • The heat pump will sit outside the home, and air handler (or furnace) is located inside the home
    • You have 220 volts AC available
    • A heat pump is the major component in a complete central air conditioning/ heating system. To put together a complete heat pump system with its appropriate components, use our easy System Selector online. Simply answer a few questions online, and we will immediately provide you with a complete package including the cooling equipment and components, furnace or air handler, and more.
  • Self-Contained Package Unit Air Conditioning w/ Heat Option
    Select if:
    • You are replacing a self-contained package unit air conditioner or heater
      And / or...
    • Your complete system will be located entirely outside the home on the ground or roof
    • You want air conditioning with the option of gas or electric heat in the same equipment
    • You have ducting in the home (or will be installing it) to transfer the air
    • You need equipment that will work for a mobile home or standard home
    • You have 220 volts AC available
    Self-Contained Air Conditioning and Heating
  • Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioning (and Heating) Systems
    Select if:
    • You are adding or replacing a mini-split central air conditioner or a mini-split heat pump
      And / or…
    • You do not have air ducts in the home (which would be required for other air conditioning options)
    • You want to add air conditioning to one or more rooms, with the least amount of physical interior space disturbance
    • You would like separate temperature controls for each room
    • The air conditioner (condenser) or heat pump will sit outside the home, and the mini-split air handler(s) will be located inside the home on a room wall, or on/in the ceiling of each room
    Ductless Mini-Split AC and Heating
  • Hanging Furnaces
    Select if:
    • You are replacing a hanging furnace
      And / or...
    • The furnace will be hanging from a ceiling in a garage, factory, warehouse, etc.
    • Your available fuel type is either natural gas or liquid Propane (LP)
  • High-Velocity Heating / Air Conditioning Systems
    Select if:
    • You are replacing a high-velocity air handler or electric forced-air furnace.
      And / or...
    • You have an multi-story home that you want to add air conditioning to and need a system with narrow ducts to add in the walls
    • Your air handler / electric furnace will be located inside the home, attic, crawlspace, basement, etc.
    • You have (or are planning on having) central air conditioning or a heat pump.
    • You are adding air conditioning to homes with baseboard heating systems, steam radiators, or radiant heat.
    • You have 220 volts AC available.
  • Hotel-Style Heating and Cooling Units (PTAC)
    Select if:
    • You are adding or replacing a PTAC unit.
      And / or...
    • You will be heating and cooling a small home, or partial area of a home.
    • You do not have, or do not plan on installing ductwork.
    • Your only available fuel is electricity.
    • You have rooms that require independent heating and cooling equipment.
    • You have or can cut a hole in an outside wall through which to install the PTAC unit.
    Amana PTH 07
  • Modular Blowers (or Electric Furnaces)
    Select if:
    • You are replacing a modular blower or electric forced-air furnace
      And / or...
    • Your modular blower will be located inside the home, attic, crawlspace, basement, etc.
    • You have 220 volts AC available
    • (Note – This equipment is compatible with central air conditioning.  To select this equipment with a central air conditioning system, use our easy Kit Builder)
    • (Note – A "modular blower" with an optional "electric heater coil" is the equivalent of an electric furnace. Also, a "cased evaporator coil" can be attached to the outlet of the modular blower to make the modular blower central air conditioning (or heat pump) compatible. The difference between a modular blower and an air handler is that an air handler already has an evaporator coil pre-installed in it. Also, a modular blower with a cased evaporator coil can usually acheive a slightly higher air conditioning efficiency (SEER). See product specification sheets for details.)
    MBE2000
  • Wall Furnaces
    Select if:
    • You are adding or replacing a wall furnace.
      And / or...
    • You will be heating a small home, or partial area of a home.
    • You do not have, or do not plan on installing ductwork.
    • Your available fuel is natural gas, liquid propane, or electricity.
    Williams 3144030 3
  • Console Room Heaters
    Select if:
    • You are adding or replacing a console room heater.
      And / or...
    • You will be heating a small home, or partial area of a home.
    • You do not have, or do not plan on installing ductwork.
    • Your available fuel is natural gas or liquid propane.
    • You do not have electricity available.  (Some units do have an electric blower available.)
    • You would like a heater with a "fireplace look".
    • You want a heater that requires minimal installation work.
  • Floor Furnaces
    Select if:
    • You are adding or replacing a floor furnace.
      And / or...
    • You will be heating a small home, or partial area of a home.
    • You do not have, or do not plan on installing ductwork.
    • Your available fuel is natural gas or liquid propane.
    • You do not have electricity available.
    • You would like a furnace that installs flush with the floor.
    • A low efficiency furnace is acceptable.
    Williams Floor Furnace Left
  • Baseboard Heating
    Select if:
    • You are adding or replacing electric baseboard heaters
      And / or...
    • You want the heaters to attach to the wall near the floor in each room
    • You don't have ductwork in the home
    • You want your heater(s) to operate on electricity only (110v or 220v)
    • Low equipment cost is more important to you than low operating cost
  • Space Heating
    Select if:
    • You are adding, or replacing an existing wall heater.
    • You will not be attatching the heater to ductwork in the home.

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