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Manufactured Home Furnaces Must Be Functional, Efficient, And Safe


A furnace is a vital part of any home. It must run effectively, efficiently, and safely. This is true for manufactured homes as well as traditional homes, and whether you are remodeling a manufactured home you have bought used, or you have simply come to that time when you need to find a replacement furnace for your current unit, you will find that there are plenty of options for new manufactured home furnaces if you know where to look.

At General Supply, you will find a variety of furnaces and other supplies for your foundation house, modular home, or trailer. For example, the Coleman 80%+ line of gas furnaces has been approved for all manufactured homes, whether they have been built by Kit Homes, Fleetwood, or Silver Crest. They are safe and efficient and air condition ready as well. You must contact General Supply for information regarding prices. They can be found at generalsupplyinc.com or you can call 800-479-2754.

Coleman electric furnaces are also for sale at General Supply. They are available in 10 KW and 23 KW models; your decision should depend on recommendations from Karsten, Skyline, or whatever builder manufactured your home. The amount of power you need will be dictated by the size of your home; a single wide home may need fewer kilowatts than a double or triple wide home would. The unit comes in several different model options to fit the space you have available.

AC 4 Life is a supplier that specializes in the sale of air conditioners and furnaces. Here you will find for sale a series of Coleman products, including the space saving Mobile Home Air Conditioning Gas Heat Split Systems. Among the various units in this series is the 2.0 13 SEER Air Conditioning System with Gas Heat. This is item number 2092, and it features an indoor mobile home furnace that operates on natural or propane gas and an outdoor air conditioning unit. The total cost for this contemporary unit is $3,364.00, which is an excellent investment for a quality unit that includes both functions. You can order this modern furnace/air conditioner combination at acdirect.com, or you can call 866-862-8922. You can also find all necessary supplies and hardware for installation.

North America HVAC has locations all over the world; this is important because their furnaces are not available for shipment; they must be picked up at the location from which they are purchased. You can find a location near you when you visit northamericahvac.com. It is well worth the trip, however, because they offer quality products near wholesale level. Because it is so important that you keep your furnace in good repair, it is convenient to have a resource where you can purchase a replacement furnace for a discount price. The Coleman Mobile/Modular Home Furnace is a 23 KW electric furnace that has achieved Energy Star certification. It can be used to pump heat and air conditioning, and it stands only 51 ½ inches high. You can purchase this model for your Clayton, Golden West, or other manufactured home for $655.00.

If you require a gas furnace, North America HVAC has not run out of ideas for serving you. They also offer the Coleman Mobile/Modular Home Gas Furnace, in two different models: 56,000 BTU’s or 45,000 BTU’s. You can choose the one that is the best fit for your particular needs. The unit is 76 inches tall, 19 ½ inches wide, and 24 ½ inches deep. A great feature of this model is that it has a zero clearance requirement, meaning it will fit into very tight spaces as necessary. It comes with all necessary accessories and hardware for an easy installation. This unit is priced at $799.

One of the best suppliers available for manufactured home furnaces, especially for those living in or around Rockford, Illinois, is Alpine Home Air Products. They offer quality products, online and telephone customer support, and advice and direction in the repair of heating and cooling units. Whether you are planning major renovations or just seeking a new furnace, you will find what you need here. The Alpine 10 Kilowatt Electric Mobile Home Furnace features a multi speed blower and heating elements made of nickel and chrome for long term durability. This unit is built by Coleman for Alpine, and Coleman is a name you can count on for quality. You can purchase this furnace, item number AHEB10D, for $550.99.

If you are seeking a gas furnace, you can still find what you need at Alpine Home Air Products. They offer a series of gas furnaces, including the Alpine 60,000 BTU mobile home furnace. This is item number AHMG9S060B12MP, and it sells for $1,160.99. You can install this furnace for downflow or upflow, and it can be installed in a basement, attic, garage, or alcove. You can find view this product at alpinehomeair.com or you can call 800-865-5931.


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