Furnace Options

You rely on your furnace to keep you warm all winter long here in Columbus, Ohio. We at Sears Heating & Cooling offer quality Bryant installations. No matter what your budget may be, we have a furnace that is right for your home.  If you are interested in a certain model of furnace that is not shown, just give us a call!

Bryant Furnaces

Bryant 987M | Bryant 926T | Bryant 310A

Things To Consider With a New Furnace

There are several important things that should be considered when choosing a furnace that is right for you and your home. These items include:

  • Size of furnace
  • Overall Efficiency
  • Blower operation
  • Gas or Electric
  • Cost

Furnace Sizing

An improperly sized furnace will not efficiently heat your home and end up costing you more on your monthly utility bills. Furnace are sized in BTU’s (British Thermal Units) which measures how much heat it can produce in an hour.

Overall Efficiency

Gas furnace efficiencies range from 80%-98% AFUE (Annual fuel utilization efficiency).

In an 80% gas furnace, 80% of the gas burned is used to heat your home while the other 20% is lost in the exhaust through your chimney. In a high efficiency model such as a 98% unit, 98% of the gas burned is used to heat your home with only 2% being lost in the exhaust. 

Blower Operation

When choosing the furnace that’s right for your home, consider whether you want a single stage motor or a 2-stage variable speed motor.

With a single stage motor, the furnace will run at full speed when it comes on and then shut off completely once the temperature on your thermostat is satisfied.

With a 2-stage motor, your furnace will run in low speed when in comes on and then only kick into high gear when truly needed.

This type of operation will save you money on your utility bills due to it not running at full capacity each time the furnace comes on.

Gas or Electric

The overwhelming majority of furnaces here in Columbus, Ohio are gas furnaces. Unless you live outside of the gas company’s service area or possibly have an all electric home, a gas furnace will always be the more cost effective route to go.

Electric furnaces can be very expensive to operate especially when temperatures outside become extremely cold.


A standard gas furnace will usually run you in the $2,500-$4,000 range depending on size and brand. If you are wanting to go high efficiency, you can generally expect to spend between $3,330-$7,500 depending on size and brand.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

100% customer satisfaction is our goal and we promise to always do what is in the best interest of you, our customers.

We back this entire process with a complete and total *30 day satisfaction guarantee*. If you are not happy with the results of our work, we ask that you tell us specifically what is wrong and we will address your concerns as quickly as possible.  Normal warranties still apply. Call or email us today. We are here to help.