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Where do you live?

The most important factor in determining your ideal system is your climate. In the North, your furnace is the key unit. In the South, we'll focus on your AC.

How do you heat your home?

The energy source that you use to heat your home is the factor that determines whether you need a furnace or a heat pump.

What type of system do you have?

The next most important consideration is the type of equipment that your home was designed to use - these system types are not interchangeable.

Based on your responses, we suggest the following options:

Your Ideal System includes the system features that most closely match the needs you indicated. We have also provided two other options for comparison.

Premium System
DF6SF 15 SEER 8 HSPF 80% AFUE, iHybrid Packaged System

Included Comfort Features

Energy Efficient

Reduces Humidity

Even Temperatures

Reduces Noise

Mid-Range System
R6GF | 15 SEER 80% AFUE, Gas/Electric Packaged Unit

Included Comfort Features

Energy Efficient

Reduces Humidity

Even Temperatures

Reduces Noise

Value System
R8GE | 14 SEER 81% AFUE, Gas/Electric Packaged Unit

Included Comfort Features

Energy Efficient

Reduces Humidity

Even Temperatures

Reduces Noise

About our System's Comfort Features

Understanding the benefits of our comfort features is crucial to selecting the right system for your home.

Energy Efficiency

High-efficiency heating and air conditioning units have money-saving benefits that can counter upfront system costs.

Humidity Reduction

Moisture is removed only while the Air Conditioner is running, so Air Conditioners with multiple stage compressors offer the most effective moisture removal.

Even Temperature

To get more even temperatures, look for a system that offers more stages of heating and multiple blower speeds. The best furnaces have modulating gas valves and variable speed blowers.

Noise Reduction

Furnaces and Air Handlers that have multiple blower speeds usually operate at the lowest speed, which greatly reduces fan noise.