1/2 Off Furnace with Purchase of a Qualifying Air Conditioner
- up to $900 utility rebate
- up to 15 year carefree parts & labor warranty
- up to 12 month 0% APR financing available
*Valid on 80% efficiency furnace when purchased in combination with a 16 SEER A/C ($1,200 value). Equipment discount can be applied to other select models. Not valid on boiler systems. Financing with approved credit. Minimum payments required. Interest accrues at time of purchase unless paid in full during promotional period. For regular term purchases, APR is based on US prime rate and is subject to change. 60 month financing with 0% interest and no payments for up to 12 months with approved credit. Cannot combine with other discounts. Not valid on previous purchases. Call for details on discounts, warranties and guarantees. Offer for existing residential homeowner occupied homes only. Must be in service area. No breakdown guarantee: If we provide a clean bill of health and there are any issues during the current heating season we will apply 100% of the cost of the tune-up towards any repairs. Expires January 31, 2021
Furnace Installation in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley
For the the up and down Colorado winter weather, your furnace will be working overtime. And with most residential furnaces lasting 10-12 years, you may be closer than you think to needed a new unit to keep your family comfortable.
We have nearly 60 years of experience installing furnaces to residents in the Fort Collins area. And with financing options available, call Allen Service and let us get the heat back in your home.
We Install All Furnaces
There are a variety of factors that you should consider when choosing a furnace for your home. There are a number of furnaces available to Fort Collins homeowners. The size of your home and budget will play an important role in your decision-making process.
The efficiency of your furnace is extremely important, as this will determine how much you’ll pay on your utility bills every month. The higher the energy efficiency of a furnace, the better the functionality. Gas consuming furnaces typically use a burner and a draft system to ventilate hot air. Oil-based furnaces are similar to gas furnaces, but employ flame retention burners as well as heat exchangers. Electrical furnaces are typically thought to be the most efficient because all the electricity is used to heat up the air to be circulated.
Call Today for Furnace Installations and Replacements