We celebrated 2013 with the Courier Press Reader’s Choice Platinum Award, yet another feather in the Brackett Heating and Air Conditioning cap since we first opened our doors in 1949. One of the things we pride ourselves on is of course providing provenEvansville furnace service. There are a variety of different types of gas furnaces. As far as forced air furnaces go, the two most common are a condensing furnace and a conventional furnace.
For a gas furnace, the train furnace is its electrical ignition. Not only does it provide better furnace efficiency, it also provides energy savings. The majority of furnaces feature a small gas flame that always burns. It is generally referred to as the pilot light, but it can be sometimes be unreliable. This, in turn, causes the hot surface ignition or the intermittent pilot to fail to do its job.
Both conventional and condensing furnaces operate very differently. It is after the combustion exhaust gasses have condensed and cooled that condensing furnaces capture heat. This is achieved by using two heat exchangers. Conventional furnaces, meanwhile, exhaust combustion gasses hot and fast. This allows the gasses to leave the chimney flue before condensing or cooling takes place. Due to this, the furnace heat exchanger does not collect as much heat from the fuel combustion process as it normally would. Whether you prefer a conventional or condensing furnace, we are eager to step to the plate and provide you with the type of repair service you deserve.