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If you’re in need of a new or replacement furnace in Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, or any other surrounding area, contact Metro Express Service. We provide furnace units from major manufacturers, including Trane, Ruud, and Coleman, and all of our heating products come with enormous warranties. Our team can help you select the right fit for your home or business needs, and all furnace installations are performed on your schedule. Whether building a new home or business in the Arlington, Dallas or Fort Worth, TX area and you want to include a furnace heating system or your current furnace is experiencing frequent repair needs, Metro Express Service is the team to turn to for new or replacement

Furnace Installation

During the installation process, you’ll receive service from professional HVAC technicians who are licensed and insured. We also take the extra step of screening our service experts during the hiring process for your peace of mind. When you partner with Metro Express Service for furnace installation or any of our other heating services in the Arlington, Dallas and Fort Worth, TX area, your satisfaction is guaranteed. Additionally, we can have your new furnace unit installed 24 hours a day. Even in the middle of the night or on a holiday, if your furnace finally dies, we can replace it with a new furnace unit that is more energy efficient.

Select Brands We Carry

  • Coleman
  • Ruud
  • Amana
  • American Standard
  • Trane
  • Lennox

What Are Some Energy Saving Options in New Furnaces?

There have been many innovations when it comes to furnaces in the past hundred years. When it comes to modern energy efficient furnaces, homeowners have several options to pick from. Whereas many older furnaces are single stage, modern furnaces now offer multi speed or variable speed systems. Below we go over a more detailed description of these choices that are available in today’s market, so that you can make a more informed decision.

  • Single Stage Furnace – Single stage systems are furnaces that are equipped with a single-stage heating unit that will turn on and off while in operation in order to increase the indoor temperatures in a home or building to a more comfortable level. In order to accomplish this, the heating unit will generate a consistent amount of warm air until the desired temperature set in the thermostat is reached at which point the thermostat will shut the system off. One of the downsides with a single stage system is when they cycle on, cold air will flow from the registers at first which makes these type of furnaces one of the least efficient heating options available.


  • Multi-Speed Furnace – A multi-speed furnace has more than one setting. The blower motor located in the furnace is typically designed to function at either a low or high speed. Some multi-speed furnace models will have a larger selection of speeds to choose from. This process enables the system to operate at the speed that will be needed in order to maintain the ideal temperatures in the home or building. With the different speeds, the furnace will be able to generate more or less heat as needed, which allows the system to operate more efficiently and at a lower cost premium.


  • Variable Speed Furnace – Variable speed technology is the pinnacle for modern day energy efficiency. This is the most energy-efficient design available today and also one of the quietest. These types of furnaces are coupled with a thermostat that is software controlled. In order for the system to maintain a constant temperature in a home or building, the blower motor found within the furnace will operate at multiple different speeds as needed. These speeds will automatically adjust themselves via the thermostat as temperatures fall and rise indoors.Variable speed motors will continuously operate and do so a very low speed, these types of furnaces will be able to provide even more heat due to their ability to constantly circulate air throughout the home or building. This is due to the fact that with continual operation there will be no cold air within the ductwork that can build up like with other types of furnaces that cycle on and off. Another benefit with this type of technology is the fact that since there is constant circulation, it will produce cleaner air with lower humidity levels. One downside is that variable speed motor systems are initially more expensive to have installed. However, due to their energy-efficient design the costs to operate them are much lower and you can easily recoup your costs from initial installation over the life cycle of the system.

Due to the constant stream of innovation in the heating and air field, newer components with breakthrough technology and newer materials have enabled manufacturers to be able to distribute multiple options to consumers. If you are in need of a new furnace at home or at the office, then you can reach out to Metro Express Service and our certified and professional technicians can assist you in finding the perfect energy efficient heating solution for your needs and budget. Give us a call today to learn more about how we can help you find the perfect solution for your heating needs.

Furnace Repair & Maintenance

Metro Express Service is also standing by after your installation if you ever need furnace repair services. Our team of professionals can handle any repair situation that comes up, and all work is guaranteed. We use the latest in HVAC technology to quickly diagnose problems, and our service vehicles carry plenty of common heating repair parts to get work done faster. Our team also recommends furnace maintenance to keep your new furnace unit running smoothly all year long. We can work out a maintenance plan that fits your lifestyle and your budget, and our heating services are available 24 hours a day for both homeowners and businesses in the Arlington, Dallas and Fort Worth, TX metropolitan area.

Contact Metro Express Service to learn more about our furnace units & the brands we carry. Call (817) 516-0700 today.

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