Seattle Gas Furnaces, Natural Gas Advantages

Seattle Gas Furnaces How do you know if a gas furnace is the right choice for your Seattle home? What’s new about the Seattle gas furnaces on the market today? Does the savings outweigh the expense of converting your home to natural gas?

The answer is yes!

Natural Gas Furnaces Save Money

Because natural gas is abundant in the U.S. and because of the new natural gas drilling techniques made available by technology, a natural gas furnace can cost from 50 to 70% less to run than a furnace that’s run using electricity. Also, today’s gas furnaces are 96.6% efficient to help you save even more than with an older furnace.

Gas Furnaces are Better for the Environment

Seattle gas furnaces have lower emissions than wood burning stoves or oil heat, and natural gas burns cleaner than electricity that is produced from coal.

Natural Gas and Resale Value

Natural gas advantages: A home that is piped for natural gas can be a real selling point in the real estate market because of the savings in the cost of running household appliances like the furnace, dryer and hot water heater.

Would You Like to Learn More?

Are you thinking about replacing an older furnace? Please call Brennan Heating toll-free at 1-877-273-6626 or contact us online. We would be happy to come to your home and provide a free, no-obligation estimate.


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Brennan Heating and Air Conditioning provides quality heating, cooling, and electrical services to the greater Seattle area.
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