You depend on your furnace to take care of your home and family’s heating needs. As part of our heating services, Vertex Mechanical offers the Trane 80 family of oil furnaces with inherent durability and reliability to ensure they deliver maximum comfort with a high AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency). The result- 80% of the fuel you pay for is actually converted into heat for your home. And the temperature control is precise, delivering a higher level of comfort. So you get warm, comfortable air even when the weather is brutally cold.
Trane matched systems:
When you install a Trane 80 oil furnace as part of a complete system, you’ll enjoy the utmost in consistent comfort. A matched system is comprised of multiple components, such as the oil furnace, an air conditioner, the indoor coils and an air cleaner, each designed and engineered to work seamlessly together to enhance overall performance for maximum efficiency and reliability.
FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions
Can I stick some lighted paper or a match in the furnace if it doesn’t light?
No. Putting a foreign object into the fire box can be hazardous to your furnace and to your home by causing a house fire.
How many times can I push the restart button?
Once or twice only! Pushing the restart button repeatedly will cause your fire box to flood and heating oil, unlike gasoline, does not evaporate, thus making a lot of noise once it is started. Although rare, flooding the fire box could be a fire hazard.
Where is my pilot light?
Unlike gas, oil furnaces have an electronic ignition system and do not require an open flame.
Should my furnace have an oil smell?
No, a fuel odor is an indication that something is wrong and should be checked by a service technician.
What do S.E.E.R., A.F.U.E., and H.S.P.F. mean?
S.E.E.R. stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rate. A.F.U.E. stands for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency and H.S.P.F. stands for Heating Seasonal Performance Factor. These are the most commonly used terms to describe equipment efficiencies. The higher the number, the better.