Today, you'll find our high-efficiency gas furnaces in more manufactured homes than ever before. That's because more families are discovering our furnaces offer such incredible efficiency and comfort, plus lots of other value added features such as:
- Our unique ultra pilot system that virtually eliminates outages and automatically shuts off all gas if one should ever occur.
- Dual shut-off valves ensure 100% gas shut-off for safety.
- Continuous fan switch circulates room air continuously during summer or winter operation to improve comfort.
- Built-In coil cabinet allows fast and easy add-on of split system air conditioner and heat pump.
- High-efficiency operation meets all federal energy efficiency standards.
- Choice of air conditioning ready furnaces allows easy hook up of a matching cooling system to further improve your year-round comfort and efficiency.
- For 80+ AFUE models, multiple configurations available in the M1 Series (pictured above), and in the classic CMF Series.
- For 90+ AFUE models, configurations are available in upflow and downflow series.
What is the difference between a split system air conditioner and a single package unit?
Split System Air Conditioners have an outdoor section and an indoor section.The outdoor section features the compressor and fan, but it uses the indoor sections (such as a furnace or air handler) to distribute cool air.
Single Package Air Conditioners features all of the components of a split system but in a single outdoors section. Simply put, the blower is housed with the air conditioning components.
The structure of your home is key to selecting the proper air conditioner. For example, split system units are commonly used in the Midwest because most homes feature basements with gas furnaces. Single packaged units are more common in the southeast region where homes may have a crawl space instead of a basement - making the single packaged unit more space efficient.