Colorado Amana Furnace Installation & Service Experts

Looking to replace or repair your furnace? Call Mountain Breeze Heating and Air Conditioning your Denver, CO heating system services expert. We install, service and repair high efficiency, energy saving heating systems.Amana brand heating and cooling systems are a part of the enduring legacy of one of America’s most recognized and respected brands. Originating eight decades ago in Amana, Iowa, the brand is synonymous with long-lasting, premium quality products — from home appliances to heating and air conditioning equipment. Chances are, you and generations before you have enjoyed the dependable performance and longevity the Amana brand continues to deliver.Enjoying reliable, energy-efficient warmth in your home when it’s cold outside is but one way an Amana® brand Furnaces can bring comfort to you and your family. It also warms your heart to know that indoor comfort is being delivered by one of the country’s most trusted and enduring consumer brands. But that’s not all that distinguishes the venerable Amana brand:

Engineered Longevity

A gas furnace is a piece of equipment from which you expect years of uninterrupted service. Amana® brand gas furnaces live up to expectations through intelligently designed components that benefit from decades of performance testing and refinement, like our new stainless-steel heat exchanger. And with outstanding warranties* that demonstrate our confidence, you can purchase an Amana brand furnace safe in the knowledge it will Last and Last and Last®.

Quiet Comfort

Many homeowners may think the best gas furnaces are not seen or heard. That’s why an Amana brand  Furnace are insulated for noise reduction. With a sound-isolated blower assembly and a heavy-gauge steel cabinet, it offers quiet and efficient performance compared to furnaces with single-speed motors.

Energy Efficiency

Energy efficiency equates to cost savings. A gas furnace’s efficiency rating can primarily be determined by two factors: its AFUE rating (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency), which indicates what percentage of each dollar of natural gas purchased is actually used to heat your home; and the type of blower used in the furnace.