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Century GUH Series 95% 90,000 BTU Input 85,500 BTU Output Natural Gas Forced Hot Air Furnace
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GUH Series 95% 90,000 BTU Input 85,500 BTU Output Natural Gas Forced Hot Air Furnace

  • One of the most efficient furnaces due to 2 heat exchangers
  • Product sold without installation or permitting
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional
$2,097.76 /pallet

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Two heat exchangers make this one of the most efficient furnaces on the market today. Using 95 Percent or more of the heat output from each cubic foot of gas. This furnace produces not just greater comfort, but also significant fuel savings.

  • At just 34-1/2 in. high, our 95 percent space-saving furnace is ideally suited to both new construction and replacements, models can fit into the space of virtually any furnace being replaced, including attics, crawl spaces and utility closets, because of the small size, it's easy to handle, fitting easily through most doors and hallways
  • Completely assembled, the furnace is ready for installation with a color-coded wiring harness and quick connect fittings
  • Diagnostic lights make it easy to troubleshoot operation
  • Maintenance and servicing is easy to do with readily accessible components
  • Two-piece doors remove quickly and door screws are secured to the doors so they can't be lost after they're loosened
  • Two-piece doors remove quickly and door screws are secured to the doors so they can't be lost after they're loosened.
  • Equipment should be sized, selected and installed by a qualified professional to ensure proper installation, safe operation, adherence to federal, state and local codes and for valid warranty. See installation guide for more details.
  • Professional Installation recommended
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Name GUH Series 95% 60,000 BTU 2-Stage Upflow Natural Gas Furnace GUH Series 95% 90,000 BTU Input 85,500 BTU Output Natural Gas Forced Hot Air Furnace 60,000 BTU 96% 2-Stage Variable Speed Multi-Positional Gas Furnace 80,000 BTU 96% 2-Stage Variable Speed Multi-Positional Gas Furnace
Brand Century Century Winchester Winchester
Ratings (0) (0) (1) (1)
Power/Fuel Type Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas
Heat rating (BTU/hour) 60000 90000 58000 77000.0
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) (%) 95 95 96.0 96.0
ENERGY STAR Certified Yes Yes Yes Yes
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Will this unit heat 1368 square feet

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I can't answer that definitively as there is no direct coloration between square footage and the amount of heat needed. As I am sure you can well imagine the same square footage in Alaska is going to need more capacity than the same square footage in Florida. The technique for determining the amount of heat that needs to be installed is called a heat loss calculation. There are many free online programs Read More
I can't answer that definitively as there is no direct coloration between square footage and the amount of heat needed. As I am sure you can well imagine the same square footage in Alaska is going to need more capacity than the same square footage in Florida. The technique for determining the amount of heat that needs to be installed is called a heat loss calculation. There are many free online programs that you can use to do this. :You put in the dimensions, building materials, location etc. and it will calculate how much heating capacity you need to install. However if I had do guess 90,000 BTU's seems a little high for most areas. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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