by Cooper Climate Control
The search for high-efficiency performance is a significant issue when replacing your heating system. When evaluating a new furnace purchase, give some careful consideration to a condensing gas furnace.
Condensing gas furnaces work very similarly to traditional forced-air heating systems. Their heating cycle is much the same, with furnace operation being triggered by a thermostat when indoor temperatures drop. Burners ignite and produce heat, which is gathered by the unit’s main heat exchanger. A blower sends air across the heat exchanger, where it’s heated and distributed to your home. Expended air returns to the furnace to be filtered and reheated, and the cycle repeats. Read More