Furnace Services in Richmond, Cold Spring, St. Cloud, MN, and Surrounding Areas
Furnace Repair & Replacement in Richmond, MN
Kraemer Heating & AC, LLC is your leading local heating contractor in Central Minnesota for all your heating and service needs, including furnace repair and furnace replacement. We service all makes and models of furnaces. Our qualified technicians are able to solve just about any service or installation problem you can send our way. If you have furnace issues or need one installed, we are the company to call.
Is your furnace giving you trouble, blowing cold air, or not working? Don’t hesitate, give Kraemer Heating & AC, LLC a call today and let us give you a solution to your problem. We only fix what needs to be fixed. Our techs are hard-working and honest about the work that needs to be done and treat your home like their home. We will never sell you something you don’t need. Call today for furnace repair services!
Sometimes it is not cost effective to repair your furnace. Depending on the age and condition of your furnace, your money is better spent on replacing it for a more efficient and lower cost running furnace. Kraemer Heating & AC, LLC will always give you an honest opinion and solution to your situation. We value your money like it is our money. Kraemer Heating & AC, LLC knows it can be an overwhelming time. With that in mind, we offer financing. We definitely do not want you to make an investment on your furnace if it is not money well spent. You work too hard for your money. Reach out to discuss if furnace replacement is right for your home.
Different Types of Furnaces
- Single Stage Furnace: A single stage furnace is a furnace that only operates on a high stage. For example, if you have a 60,000 BTU furnace and the thermostat calls for heat, the furnace will be producing 60,000 BTU until the thermostat is satisfied.
- 2-Stage Furnace: A 2-stage furnace has 2 BTU settings. When the thermostat calls for heat, the furnace will start on low fire (between 60-70% of high fire) for a period of time before going to the high stage if needed. For example, if you have a 100,000 BTU furnace your furnace will first run at 60,000-70,000 BTU before ramping to 100,000 BTU if needed. 80%-90% of the time your furnace will not ramp to high fire before the thermostat satisfies itself. By doing this provides a more even heat throughout your home and saves you money.
- Modulating or Variable Speed Furnace: This type of furnace is the most efficient furnace there is. This furnace uses the outside temperature and the desired temperature inside to determine how many BTUs are needed and how much airflow is needed to reach the desired temperature inside.