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Furnaces and Air Handlers Tampa

The helpful life of a furnace and heating system always comes to an inevitable end. When that ends up happening, picking out the perfect replacement is sometimes hard to do, but it is vital to do so.

Is it time to find a new furnace?

About Furnaces

Having a Furnace is a good way to heat your home effectively. But did you know that there are lots of furnaces that can fit your particular needs? The kinds of furnaces include the following:


  1. Gas Furnace
    This is the most common style of furnace used today, especially in cooler climates. Gas furnaces are very effective at dispersing heat evenly and they cost a lot less than other furnaces.
  2. Oil Furnace
    If you don’t have access to gas in your house, then deciding on an oil furnace would be a good option for you. This option however is not always as effective as a gas furnace would be.
  3. Electric Furnace
    If you do not have a natural gas line going into your place then you can pick out an electric furnace. Electric furnaces for the most part cheaper to purchase and come in smaller sizes compared to gas furnaces. However, like oil furnaces, they are not as efficient as gas furnaces. People who live in warm climates often buy these more often due to the low cost upfront and low usage.
  4. Modulating Furnace
    A modulating furnace alters the amount of gas it burns depending on the target temperature. This type of furnace costs more up front, however, this unit won’t waste energy, making it more efficient. Instead, it uses less energy without turning on and off throughout the day.

FAST of Florida has numerous award-winning, high efficiency heating systems from which you can choose. We have just the right option for both the size of your house and your price range

Not sure about the cost? FAST of Florida is happy to provide a free estimate, based on your individual needs. Call 727-545-8731 today to speak to a heating system professional and receive your free estimate.

Are you interested in financing options? You can get more information about your financing options here.