Day and Night Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer Ratings - Day and Night offers two specific series of gas furnace models for use in residential and light commercial applications. The Day and Night Constant Comfort™ Series and the Day and Night Performance® Series. There are several different furnaces with various features to choose from among those in the two series models.
The efficiency ratings range from 80% AFUE up to 98% AFUE for Day and Night Gas Furnaces. With 80% AFUE being the minimum allowed for sale by any manufacturer in the USA these furnaces are usually the economy models. The other variety of furnace types available from Day and Night include modulating gas furnaces and two-stage gas furnaces with the lower end furnaces being single-stage. (more…)
Day and Night Heat Pump Reviews - Consumer Ratings - Day and Night heat pumps are produced for residential and light commercial applications. They come in SEER ratings from 13 SEER to 19 SEER and 10 HSPF. Day & Night heat pumps also come with R-410A environmentally friendly refrigerant. Selected Day & Night Heat Pumps are Energy Star rated.
The top of the line model offers ECM variable speed condenser fan motor that should be matched with the same efficiency level gas furnace or air handler to get the rated efficiency. If you do not match the indoor unit with the outdoor unit as recommended by the manufacturer then forget about achieving the efficiency level rated on either the indoor unit or the outdoor unit.
Day and Night Air Conditioner Reviews - Day and Night Air Conditioners come in a variety of sizes and efficiency ratings and are mainly produced for the residential and light commercial market. Day and Night air conditioners range from a minimum of 13 SEER up to 19 SEER for the Day and Night air conditioner top of the line model. Selected Day and Night air conditioners are Energy Star rated. Features of Selected Day & Night air conditioners include: (more…)
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