Easy to install, the natural gas warm air furnace standardizes air temperature and quality in every room, providing greater comfort and generating energy savings of up to 40% compared to an electric warm air furnace. Multi-purpose unit designed for homes and small office buildings, the natural gas warm air furnace ensures total comfort thanks to standardized air control.
If you would like to use natural gas for your business, we are offering grants of up to 15% of the cost of purchasing and installing natural gas appliances to help you do so.1
To help you switch from fuel oil to natural gas and thus reduce your greenhouse gas emissions, Énergir is offering you an additional grant of up to $1,250.2
Benefit from greater comfort thanks to improved air distribution and elimination of air stratification. With their greater efficiency, natural gas warm air furnaces generate comfortable air quality faster than electric baseboard heaters.
Cheaper than electricity and fuel-oil - Easy to use in most buildings thanks to their flexible design, warm air furnaces can lower your monthly energy bill by as much as 40% compared to units that use oil or electricity.
Consume less, spend less - Better equipment means more control. Technological advances in natural gas warm air furnaces allow the building airflow to be adjusted to meet the comfort requirements of the occupants.
Chart comparing annual energy costs3 equivalent to 10,755 m3 (100% heating) which represents energy consumption for a small garage, a gas station or a small warehouse.
By opting for natural gas, you are choosing Énergir’s reliable and secure distribution network! One of the most modern in North America, it meets the Canadian gas industry’s strictest standards and is monitored day and night, 365 days a year.
3. According to the prices in effect from November 1, 2019 to October 31, 2020. Based on Énergir rates and those of Hydro-Québec approved by the Régie de l’énergie; takes into account base electric consumption and rack price of oil with 2% sulfur including, in particular, transport, distribution and CATS.