When you live in Georgia, you probably don’t give your heating services much thought. That is, unless something goes wrong with your furnace, or you suspect that you may be paying more than actually necessary for your heating services due to an inefficient furnace.
Efficiency is the name of the game when it comes to your furnace, and efficiency is exactly why many of our customers choose a gas-powered furnace over an electric-powered furnace. The former uses a more affordable fuel type, and that means that folks end up paying less over the lifetime of their system for its operation.
Before you assume that natural gas is the only thing your gas-powered furnace needs though, we’re here to let you in on a little secret… yes, your gas furnace does use electricity! Read on to learn how.