Bryant Evolution Plus 95s Furnace
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The Bryant Evolution Plus 95S furnace is a variable-speed condensing gas furnace that can achieve an AFUE rating of up to 95 percent. The Evolution series is Bryant's top line of furnaces; this series was included in the Evolution lineup as late as 2010. Bryant reports that the Evolution series provides strong humidity control for the homeowner and operates at low decibel levels. The Fan On Plus feature allows the user to adjust continuous fan speeds. The Evolution controls feature a fully-programmable thermostat that, with certain options, can even be controlled away from home by a cell phone.
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Consumer Reviews of the Bryant Evolution Plus 95s
Date created: 2012-10-12
Name: Justin D
Location: Tacoma, Wa
"Couldn't be more disappointed"
We have had our Bryant furnace just over three years. The furnace has failed twice this month. The first visit cost us over $300 in labor. We are currently waiting for the repair people to come today to determine what is wrong with it now. I contacted Bryant and was told there was nothing they would do. I would stay away from anything Bryant. A furnace should last more than three years. If it doesn't the company should do something about it.
Date created: 2012-04-09
Name: dave Deplumber
Location: South central Wisconsin
Years owned: 4
"355CAV and heat pump"
I have a 355cav lp gas 95% Eff. furnace, with Bryant 17 Seer heat pump, zoning, Evolution thermostat, it's the hybrid system. Works great -- saves me $600 or 30% a year on my heating costs. With a warmer than normal winter in Wisc. I Have a separate electic meter on the heat pump. So from Oct.1 to April 9, 2012 I used $408.20 of electric at $.15 a kilowatt. LP man figures I used 375 Gal. of LP with a water heater. So, I spent about $1150 this season. My old 87% boiler would use 800 Gal. per year in a normal year. "Bryant for what ever it takes".
Date created: 2011-04-29
Name: Craig and Karen Kleist
Location: Mankato, MN
Years owned: 1
I am resubmitting this because it submitted before I could type in my email address. Our family has ben unhappy with this furnance since the first day and it has only gotten worse. If we we're rich we'd have it ripped out and a different brand put in, but were not so we have to live with it. We set it for 62 at nite, while everyone is getting ready in the morning it's set for 67. As soon as they leave I turn it back to 62 so I don't have to listen to it run all day. I simply put on another sweater and have a blanket for my legs. When the kids get home from school I turnit back to 67 until we go to bed at 9:30 them it goes back down to 62, then we start all over again. The problems are that it clicks between 12 and 20 like a lighter is trying to work before it turns on, then when it does turn on, it sounds like there's a car with a bad tail pipe in our driveway or we compare it to hiring someone with a truck and scoop on to come and plow our driveway. The old furnace was the size on a small car, but it heated the house just fine and the only was we knew it was on was my going to a heat vent and feeling to see if anything was coming out. At the time something had happen to the ball bearings tht Schweickerts said was to expensive for us to repair so they recommended getting a new furnance. We knew it was old and trusted Schwickerts to be telling us the truth, we don't feel that way now. We would NEVER recommend this company or furnace brand to any friends or family members, we really wouldn't even recomend to someone we didn't like.
Other Evolution Plus 95s Reviews
A homeowner asks for a comparison of the Bryant Evolution Plus 95S to a similar Trane furnace on gardenweb.com, as these are being proposed by an installer. The experts respond that while both models are good, the Bryant furnace is a great choice, especially with the Evolution programmable thermostat. The contractors stress that the customer should ask for a load calculation, so the proper size unit can be installed for the size of the home.
Another post on gardenweb.com reveals an owner asking if her Bryant Evolution furnace should be cycling on and off frequently within one hour. An expert answers that there should be a setting on the Evolution thermostat to regulate cycling per hour.
A Bryant Evolution furnace owner posts on hvac-talk.com about an error message he receives on his unit. A local contractor told him it may be caused by back pressure from high outdoor winds. The online experts say that is doubtful, and suggest the consumer check for obstructions in the lines, as well as the possibility that the low pressure switch could be faulty.
Bryant Evolution Plus 95s Model Numbers
The Evolution Plus 95s is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.
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Evolution Plus 95s Warranty
Bryant offers a limited lifetime warranty on the heat exchangers for the Evolution Plus 95S, and the entire furnace is guaranteed by a 5-year limited warranty.