• Energy-efficient multi-speed ECM blower motor
• Heavy-duty stainless-steel tubular heat exchanger
• Stainless-steel secondary heat exchanger
• Two-stage gas valve provides quiet,
• Durable Silicon Nitride igniter
• Quiet two-speed induced draft blower
• Self-diagnostic control board with constant
memory fault code history output to a LED
• Color-coded low-voltage terminals with provisions for electronic air cleaner and humidifier
• Low continuous fan speed options
offer quiet air circulation
|Lifetime Heat Exchanger Limited Warranty*|
|Igniter Type||Silicon Nitride|
|Gas Valve Type||Modulating|
|Primary Tubular Heat Exchanger||Heavy-Duty Stainless Steel|
|Secondary Heat Exchanger||Stainless Steel|
|Motor Type||Variable-Speed ECM|
|Self-Diagnostic Control Board|
There are a lot of determining factors that can change the price of a furnace install. Furnaces came in all different models with all different kinds of bells and whistles. But a “ballpark price” you can range anywhere from $4,500-$5,000 for a single stage $5,000-$6,000 for a two-stage and $6,000 for a modulating. These are great starting numbers but you have to remember every install is different and depending on code upgrades, electrical and added accessories these number can fluctuate lower or higher. That’s why it is always best to call in and ask for a free in house estimate so we can measure everything on site and give you an honest quote in the comfort of your own home. All of our comfort advisors have journeyperson status with years of install experience. We aren’t sales people…. We are a company with your best interests in mind.
J&A is the only company trusted to carry both Top Premier Brands of furnaces in Daikin and Lennox. J&A only believes in putting in products with a successful track record and that means only carrying and supplying the best of the best. Lennox owns or would be the big brother/sister to Armstrong, Ducane, Air-ease, Air-flo brands. Just as Daikin owns and would be the big brother/sister to Amana, and Goodman brands. You know you are getting the best in either a Daikin or a Lennox in comparison to these other brands. With brands that carry 12 parts and 12 year labour warranty why would you need anything else?
All companies have different costs of over head. At J&A we have a 6,000 sq/ft building we call home. We pride ourselves proper training for our employees, company vehicles and a career at J&A not just a job. Our installers take pride in their work. We guarantee there are companies out there that will be able to give you a “cheaper quote” but guess what… we aren’t a cheap company, and we don’t take short cuts. We have been around since 1978 and have employee that have been working here longer than most of those “cheaper quote” companies can keep there doors open for. We don’t believe in taillight warranty. So if you are looking for a company that can provide you with 12 years parts and 12 years labour then look no further.
After we have set up a time that works best for you we will call you the day prior to confirm the appointment (that’s if we aren’t already doing a same day install)
The morning of the install we will have one of our technicians give you a call with his/her estimated time of arrival (usually between 8-9am).
He/She will go over the details of the install with you and the Comfort Advisor you had discussed the protect with.
After a confirmed game plan has been discussed our installer with put down drop sheets throughout the home to best project your home from any unforeseen mess in the process of the install.
The install can range anywhere from 4-8 hours depending on the difficulty. (Remember this is the advantage of having us come in prior to take measurements, discuss the install, location of venting, etc)
Once the installed is completed we ask the homeowner to be present at home in order to go over and explain the new system and its sequence of operation.
Our installers carry I-pads so they are able to register your equipment for warranty as soon as they finish collecting payment.
Within the next few days you can expect a follow up call from the office or from your Comfort Advisor to see how you are liking your new system.