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Get that warm and cozy feeling throughout your home with an American Standard gas furnace. Our industry leading furnaces deliver the energy efficiency you want and durability you need for home comfort and heat that can’t be beat.

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AMERICAN STANDARD 90+ GAS FURNACES - 90-95%+ AFUE. Our most efficient and advanced models +
Whether it’s our ultimate Platinum Series, our hardworking and efficient Gold Series, or the reliable comfort of our Silver Series, every American Standard gas furnace is built with a higher standard of comfort in mind for you and your family.
AMERICAN STANDARD 80 GAS FURNACES - Comfort, efficiency and value that’s built to last +
Get the best of both worlds, comfort and efficiency with our American Standard 80 gas furnaces. Choose from our Platinum, Gold or Silver series and an assortment of innovative features to find the gas furnace that’s perfect for your home. Quality craftsmanship and durability are signature features of every gas furnace in the collection.

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Furnaces

American Standard home furnaces are designed to help keep your home warm and cozy during the colder seasons. Each furnace is built with efficiency and reliability in mind so that you and your family can enjoy consistent warmth and long-lasting comfort. However, selecting a gas or oil furnace isn’t a one-size-fits-all decision.

American standard knows that one residential furnace might not cover the needs of every customer. That’s why a variety of gas and oil furnaces are available to choose from. Have a look at what American Standard has to offer.

Safe and Simple

The furnaces offered by American Standard offer reliable comfort and are, most importantly, safe and simple when it comes to operation. Furnaces come with hot surface igniters which means the burners start electronically. No fuel-burning pilot lights. Multi-port in-shot burners are also employed to make sure you’re getting the maximum heat while using the least amount of fuel.

Pick the Right Furnace

It can be difficult knowing which residential furnace model is right for you. Do you go with the best of the best and go Platinum or do you go with the solid and durable Silver series? Let American Standard help you make that choice. Get in touch with a local dealer and learn the benefits of oil and natural gas furnaces.

Furnace FAQ

How does a furnace work? +

In a central heating and cooling system, a furnace burns fuel and distributes it throughout the house in conjunction with an air conditioner or heat pump.

What is two stage and modulating heating? +

Two-stage heating means a furnace has two heating settings: high for the coldest days and a low setting for more mild temperatures. A multi-stage furnace is more efficient and keeps temperatures more consistent throughout the day.

How much does a new furnace cost? +

American Standard furnace pricing depends on multiple factors like the size of your house, model, installation requirements—and even the climate conditions in your area. Average prices across the country can range from $1,600 to $6,000. Some furnaces even qualify for local rebates. Your best pricing resource is your local dealer.

What is AFUE? +

Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) is a measure of a gas furnace’s efficiency in converting fuel to energy. A higher AFUE means greater energy efficiency.

What size furnace do I need? +

When it comes to choosing what size furnace you need, your best bet is to get a Manual J calculation done for your house. An HVAC expert can also recommend the correct size based on the square footage of your home. The maximum size unit you should buy would be 15% over the BTUs you need for cooling and 40% of the BTUs for heating.

What is the difference between a furnace and a heat pump? +

A furnace burns fuel to create heat and distributes it throughout your home. It does not generate cold air. A heat pump uses the outside air to both heat a home in winter and cool it in summer.

What are the new FER standards for furnaces? +

FER stands for Fan Energy Rating, which is a rule that was passed by the Department of Energy (DOE) to set minimum airflow efficiency standards for residential furnaces and gas packaged units. These new guidelines are in place to encourage energy efficiency and will help make a positive environmental impact*. As of July 3, 2019, gas furnaces and gas packaged units can’t be manufactured unless they meet the FER standard.*
*See DOE for more details

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