It makes little sense to pay more for heating your home than is absolutely necessary, which is why a new, energy-efficient gas furnace should be considered an investment rather than an expense. When it comes to energy efficiency, it is difficult to do better than a Bryant Evolution System furnace. Two primary models are currently available, the 986T and the 987M Bryant furnaces, and both offer several surprising benefits.

Evolution System Model 986T

The Evolution System Model 986T is the basic gas furnace in the series. This model includes Bryant’s Perfect Heat technology and has an annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) rating of 96.5 percent. This furnace can be added to your year-round comfort system, and it includes a Perfect Humidity controller to ensure maximum comfort.

Evolution System Model 987M

The Evolution System Model 987M is the most efficient and comforting Bryant gas furnace currently in production. If you really want to pamper yourself and watch your energy bills dramatically decrease at the same time, this gas furnace will accomplish both and much more. The 987M has an AFUE rating of 98.3 percent and an insulated cabinet for ultra-quiet operation. It also includes the following state-of-the-art technologies:

  • Perfect Heat technology provides consistent heat during changing conditions.
  • Perfect Humidity technology removes moisture during the summer.
  • Fan On Plus technology gives you a choice of four fan speeds at continuous operation.
  • The gas-modulation system ensures the furnace is always at maximum efficiency.

Bryant Furnaces in North Virginia

When it comes to efficiency and comfort, nothing beats the Bryant Evolution System. In North Virginia, Commonwealth Cooling & Heating is a factory-authorized dealer that specializes in the repair and installation of Bryant furnaces. This full-service HVAC contractor was founded in 2001 and continues to operate as a regional, family-owned business headquartered in Lortan, VA. For further information on expert heating installation in North Virginia call Commonwealth at (703) 436-8028.