Amana is largely considered to be one of the highest-quality producers of HVAC equipment today. This review will provide more information about the manufacturer, its lineup, pricing, warranty, and installation recommendations.
About Amana: Amana has been creating quality home appliances for almost a century. They are committed to innovation and reliability, as demonstrated in technologies like their patented MillionAir heat exchanger and an unbeatable warranty.
Amana’s Furnace Lineup: Amana has a strong lineup of furnaces to suit every home, regardless of size, climate, or budget. Here are some of their gas furnace products:
- AMVC95 — 95% AFUE
- AMH95 — 95% AFUE
- ACVC9 — 93% AFUE
- GMV95 Distinctions — 95% AFUE
- GMH95 Distinctions — 95% AFUE
- GCH9/95 Distinctions — 95% AFUE
- GKS9 Distinctions — 92.1% AFUE
- AMVC8/ADVC8 Two Stage, Variable Speed – 80% AFUE
- AMH8 TwinComfort, Multi-Speed – 80% AFUE
- GMVC8 Distinctions – 80% AFUE
- GME8 Distinctions – 80% AFUE
- GMH8 / GDH8 Distinctions – 80% AFUE
- GMS8 / GDS8 Distinctions – 80% AFUE
- GHS8 Distinctions – 80% AFUE
Amana Pricing: Amana products are competitively priced. Every dealer sets their own pricing, but overall you can get a lot for your money with an Amana unit. A recent survey of internet prices showed that you can get an 80 percent AFUE Amana furnace for around $850 while higher efficiency models cost about $1,600, depending on the specific BTUH capacity.
Why Installation is Paramount: We recommend choosing an experienced, quality HVAC technician to install your unit. The unit will only work as well as it is installed, and a poor installation will mean higher energy bills for you and a shorter life for your unit. A good HVAC technician will have the know-how to install the unit and ability to calibrate it to your home’s specific needs so you’re getting the most for your money. If installed correctly, this model will keep your utility bills down with reliable service for 20 years or more.