Use a programmable or smart thermostat to save money on utility bills.
The energy efficiency of your furnace is dependent on its Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE), which basically tells you how much of your fuel is used for heating and how much is lost due to combustion (usually out of your vents).
As the heat circulates through the heat exchanger, the blower motor and fan moves the heat through plenum, and from there through the rest of the ductwork in your home. The heat flows through the various vents in your home to provide you with heat. Once enough heat is generated, the thermostat will shut off the heater.
Older, low-efficiency furnaces have an AFUE rating between 50% and 70%. Mid-range efficiency furnaces around 80% to 85%, while high-efficiency furnaces have AFUE rating above 90%, sometimes as high as 98.5%.
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