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Electric Furnaces, Air Handlers in St. Charles County & St. Louis County

Electric furnaces, or more accurately air handlers, can provide a very cost efficient cooling and heating solution.  With higher efficiency that means better savings for you and your family.

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Electric Furnaces / Air Handlers

York Affinity Electric Furnaces

  • High efficiency for greater energy savings
  • Save more energy with advanced controls for custom settings
  • Uses high efficiency variable-speed ECM fan motor
  • Designed for energy-efficient operation with premium system

York LX Electric Furnaces

  • Enjoy excellent air circulation with an advanced air handler design
  • Perfect match for advanced comfort systems
  • Keeps airstream clean with foil faced insulation
  • Improves hygiene with positive slope drain pan

York Latitude Electric Furnaces

  • Engineered for long-term dependability
  • Reliably handles any application with flexible design
  • Quiet operation with no harsh stops and starts
  • Pre-painted steel cabinet for added durability

Electric Furnaces in St. Charles County & St. Louis County

In the United States, there are three main fuel sources which can power your furnace to heat your home: electricity, natural gas, and propane.  An electric furnace uses electricity to produce heat and to propel the heated air through a central heating system.  Within the furnace, electricity powers multiple heating elements.  Once the heating elements are warm, a fan pulls the surrounding air through the unit.  Then, the heated air is propelled through the duct work into your home to warm up the space.  Although electricity can be costly, in homes without access to natural gas or propane, an electric furnace can be a great choice.   Additionally, electric furnaces are very efficient compared with other types of furnaces in terms of heat loss.

Because electric furnaces do not produce any waste like natural gas or propane furnaces, there is no need to vent that waste, ensuring that all of the heat stays in your home.  Further benefits of choosing an electric furnace include peace of mind.  With an electric furnace, you will not have to worry about carbon monoxide from gas leaks so you can rest easy.  This option can also save you some money upfront with lower installation costs and smaller sized units.  Choosing the right type of furnace for your home can be difficult.  Don’t make this choice on your own.  Call Budget today so we can send a technician to your home to help you decided which is best for you.

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