Classic 90 Plus Gas Furnace
Innovation and Rheem, they just go together
Are all gas furnaces with a 90-plus Annual Fuel Utilization
Efficiency (A.F.U.E.) rating equal? Of course not.
With furnaces, the ultimate difference comes down to one
thing: Dependability. And with Rheem's Classic 90 Plus
line of furnaces, dependability takes on a whole new meaning.
Why use high efficiency gas furnaces?
Furnaces that are five to ten years old and older may
have an Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency rating (A.F.U.E.)
of 65 or less. That means they only generate about $.65
worth of heat for every dollar's worth of gas. Since
1992, a federal regulation have required all gas furnaces
to provide an A.F.U.E. of at least 78; and today, many
furnaces are rated 90 or higher. The economic benefits
are obvious without even considering rising fuel prices.
Winter home heating bills can be reduced substantially
with the purchase of a Rheem high efficiency gas furnace.
When you replace your furnace, you're replacing a vital
part of your entire central heating and air conditioning
equipment. The accompanying chart shows potential savings
you can expect from Rheem Classic 90 Plus furnace versus
a 78 A.F.U.E. gas furnace.
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right to see a description.