We can’t say enough good things about Amana furnaces.
If the idea of installing a furnace that comes from a company with a long history and industry-leading warranties makes sense to you, you’ll be pleased to learn that at Cook’s Heating & Cooling, we can’t say enough good things about Amana furnaces. Whether your interest is in a gas furnace or a heat pump, you can be confident that you’ll enjoy a long life from your heating equipment.
Amana puts their gas furnaces through rigorous testing with over 2.5 million cycles completed thus far. They offer models with a variety of AFUE ratings, so you can choose the one that meets your energy-efficiency goals. AFUE stands for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. With units with ratings between 80% and 98% to choose from, it is not difficult to match you with the right model.
Amana heat pumps are another way to go and come in various SEER ratings, from up to 15 SEER to up to 21 SEER. Their high-efficiency heat pump options are ComfortNet™ Communications Systems compatible. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and is another way to determine the energy efficiency of the unit.
Don’t worry if all this seems a bit confusing. You have us to explain which of the Amana furnaces is best for your objectives. We’ll take the time to learn your goals in relationship to energy efficiency, upfront costs, and more, so we can match you to the right unit for your situation. Amana also carries packaged units, ductless systems, air conditioners, and air handlers & coils. We are happy to go over all your options and what we recommend for your Rural Hall, North Carolina home. Contact us today to learn more.
At Cook’s Heating & Cooling, we install Amana furnaces in Winston-Salem, Rural Hall, King, Kernersville, Bethabara, Bethania, Stanleyville, Clemmons, Lewisville, Walkertown, Pfafftown, Germanton, Walnut Cove, Pilot Mountain, Tobaccoville, Old Town, Belews Creek, Advance, Bermuda Run, and Midway, North Carolina.