AMANA AMVC95 Furnace
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Overview of the AMVC95
The Amana AMVC 95 is a two-stage variable-speed gas furnace that is currently in production. The furnace features a stainless steel heat exchanger and a 95% AFUE rating. It can be synchronized to work with the Amana ComfortNet system that is used to keep a home comfortable year-round. The control board notifies the owner when part of the equipment is malfunctioning.
The AMVC 95 comes equipped with a two-speed blower for quieter operation. The furnace meets the energy-saving requirements of the Environmental Protection Agency. The AMVC features a silicon nitride igniter that has been tested by pressing it through a piece of wood.
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Consumer Reviews of the AMANA AMVC95
Date created: 2013-01-31
"Very Satisfied Great Furnace"
I installed this Furnace last year. It is very quite. Previously I had a problem with air flow at the second floor. After I had Amana furnace installed, The air flow is great. Good product
Date created: 2013-01-12
Name: Jodo silverman
Location: Branford ,ct
"Only had a year and broke down 3 times"
This replaced my 25 year old rheem which was perfect but didn't want to be risk it breaking in winter as I can't be without heat due to a medical condition. This was installed end of nov 2011 and circuit board went 1 months later I was without heat for weeks then it kept not running right but installer said he didn't find a problem despite error codes well furnace went out on middle of snow storm 3 weeks ago and contractor pit of business new hvac company says ot may be a bad power vent switch due to error code 02 and had to order a new one but will take a week and said it may be a bad furnace I wrote to amana to send a new one and pay install and heard nothing Never again amana anything
Date created: 2013-01-02
Name: C Vogler
Location: Edmonton AB Canada
The heating company convinced me that this was the best furnace I could possible get - well made, efficient, quiet and with the best warranty in the business. In the year and a half that I have had it I've already had more problems with it than I had with the 35 year old Lennox that it replaced. And big surprise, none of the problems were covered on their warranty. It is so loud that at night I have to turn the thermostat low enough to keep it from coming on or it wakes me up. It has saved me a substantial amount in gas but has cost me double what it saved in repairs. This is the worst investment I have ever made. I would never again buy any product made by Amana nor would I recommend any of their products to anyone.
Date created: 2012-08-02
Name: Matthew Stuaber
Location: Charlotte, NC
We replaced an Amana system that was nearly 27 years old. I understand installation is the largest factor in how long a unit lasts but having a high quality piece of equipment doesn't hurt. The warranties are the best available and provide lots of piece of mind. a stainless steel heat exchanger with a lifetime unit replacement warranty... outstanding!
Date created: 2011-08-31
Name: Forest Thompson
Location: Ravenna, OHIO 44266
Years owned: 1
Just had my new 3 ton 95% efficient Amana installed yesterday. Compared to my 15 year old Goodman the noise upstairs is negligible. Woke up this morning and the cold spots that used to exist in the house (bedroom are on outside walls) are not noticeable any more. The new Amana puts out much more cubic feet of air than the old one. Ron the Furnace Man (Company business name) from Louisville, Ohio did excellent work and cleaned up after themselves.
Date created: 2011-08-22
Name: Susanne Peterson
Location: San Francisco, CA
Years owned: 6
I am very happy with my Amana furnace. It appears from these reviews that anyone having problems with their Amana furnace is having them due to the installation not the furnace itself. People need to learn that you get what you pay for and if you pick the cheapest installer that doesn't put a lot of detail in their quotes you get a poor installation and it doesn't matter the brand of furnace as much as the installer. I liked Amana because its manufactured in the USA and because Goodman Manufacturing (that makes Amana furnaces) only makes heating and a/c equipment unlike some other companies that make other products (Carrier makes airplane engines, Whirlpool, Frigidaire) and others make other appliances. I wanted a company that specialized in making heating equipment and that made it in the USA that's why I picked Amana and I am glad I did.
Date created: 2011-03-29
Name: R. Gerard
Location: Aurora, CO
Years owned: 1
"My Amana Really Blows!!"
I had an Amana AMVC95 Furnace installed just a week ago. I chose the variable motor because the contractor said it would be quieter. My old furnace was about 31 years old. I can't say much since I just got the furnace, but what I noticed right away was the sound of the air flow. My old furnace must have had a much smaller blower. The contractor said that all new furnaces have larger blowers to work well with A/C. It's not terribly loud, just louder than my old furnace. I'll have to get used to it. The contractor was kind enough to install another cold air return duct. He also showed me that if you turn the grill covering the cold air return upside down, the air flow noise will be reduced. I do wish they still made a furnace with a smaller blower for those of us who don't have or want A/C. The Big Bad Wolf had a big blower too! Poor little pigs!
Date created: 2011-03-24
Name: Eric Ragone
Location: Los Angeles
I had a 15 year old furnace replaced with an Amana 95% variable speed unit. The sales rep went on and on about how the quality was second to none and the warranty being the best in the industry. I will sinmplify, all I have had is problems with it and it is 5 times louder than my original. Overall, I should have went with the American Standard unit and saved myself a great deal of pain. It seems now that I need to just spend th extra money and have this nightmare renoved from my home. I strongly recommend buyers to stay away from Amana/Goodman products. Note:It comes down to the installation company to a certain extent, afterwards its all dependant upon the system and how it was made!!!
Date created: 2011-02-03
Name: JA JOHNSTON
Location: JACKSON, MI.
I bought a amvc95 95% 2-stage vari-speed furnace and ive found never have I been so comfortable. for the first time ever the thermostat does not move from 70*. plus my bills have never been lower. I put a asz14 heat pump with it. no service calls but if I did amana has a 10yr. parts and labor plus a lifetime unit replacement warranty. I believe the who put it in has every thing to do with it. maybe jon moon needs different installers. I love my amana......jj
Other AMVC95 Reviews
A consumer on gardenweb.com asks about various furnace models, including the Amana AMVC 95. The replies note that the Amana is a reliable piece of equipment; the dealer involved was not including a two-stage thermostat. The responder encourages the customer to insist on a two-stage thermostat for proper heating.
Webhvac.com highly recommends the AMCV 95 as long-lasting. The Amana warranty is also outstanding, according to the site. Posters on hvactalk.com rate the Amana furnace higher than a similar one from Goodman. They base the ratings on the quality of the igniter, heat exchangers, and the warranty.
Findthebest.com shows the AMCV 95 as ranking among the higher end of all energy star gas furnaces for energy efficiency.
AMANA AMVC95 Model Numbers
The AMVC95 is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.
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The Amana AMVC 95 warranty contains the following terms:
- Heat exchanger has a limited lifetime warranty. If it ever fails with the original owner, Amana will replace it.
- Remaining parts are covered under a ten-year limited warranty.
- Online registration must take place within sixty days of installation to receive the full warranty.