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What is a Newmac forced-air furnace?

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Newmac forced-air furnaces are heating devices for central heating systems that use forced air to transfer heat throughout a home or other space. Newmac manufactures forced-air furnaces fueled by oil, electricity, wood, pellets and coal.

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Newmac additionally manufactures a number of hybrid models of forced-air furnaces that produce heat through multiple options, such as the wood/electric model. The company also produces models with an optional air-conditioning unit to provide home cooling in addition to heating. The oil furnaces are ENERGY STAR certified. Newmac, based in Nova Scotia, has been manufacturing furnaces since 1974 and is part of the United States Stove Company.

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