What Are Intertherm Furnaces?


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Intertherm furnaces are heating systems designed for manufactured homes that are built by the company Intertherm. These furnaces include models powered by oil, electricity and gas.

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All Intertherm furnaces include 10-year heat exchanger warranties and one-year labor and parts warranties, and all components and units are line-tested for dependability. The heavy-gauge aluminized steel heat exchanger ensures reliability, and an insulated cabinet reduces noise and heat loss. Each unit meets HUD guidelines and includes a rust and corrosion-resistant finish. The brand's gas furnaces feature efficiency ratings of 78 to 95.1 percent as of 2015, and each model includes dual shut-off valves for safety, a continuous fan switch for effective air circulation and the option of an air conditioner-ready system with a built-in coil cabinet.

Intertherm's electric furnaces are versatile systems that can be adapted to a home's ductwork and are small enough to be tucked away in a closet or other small space. They also may be installed with split-system heat pumps or air conditioners. The brand's oil furnaces are one of its most popular furnace types, including features such as reliable Beckett oil burners, choice of air conditioning-ready systems and high energy efficiency. Buyers can choose from propane or natural gas substitutions to fit any climate, and the choice of multiple-tube heat exchangers and high-efficiency oil drums add reliability.

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