Evcon Furnaces

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Evcon Furnace Overview

Evcon, known today as Coleman, manufactures three series of gas furnaces. Models range from advanced modulating technology to entry level units and offer 80 to 98 percent AFUE. Several units in the Evcon/Coleman product line are Energy Star-approved.

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  • #19 of 86 Furnaces
  • 25% of customers recommended

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Echelon Gas Furnaces

Reaching up to 98 percent AFUE, the Echelon series is Evcon/Coleman’s top-tier product line. The series features two models of modulating furnaces designed to constantly adjust their heating output to maintain a consistent temperature throughout the home. The unit also is equipped with Coleman’s EcoTrak systems, which can customize the unit to perform in dry, temperate or humid climates.

LX Gas Furnaces

The LX series includes seven models ranging from 80 to 95 percent AFUE ratings, with either single-stage, two-stage or modulating operation. Two-stage heating models are equipped with a soft-operating, variable-speed ECM fan motor and Coleman’s EcoTrak system for increased climate control. All models feature an aluminized steel heat exchanger.

Comforteer Single-Stage Gas Furnaces

As Evcon/Coleman’s base product line, the Comforteer series offers an 80 percent AFUE option and an option reaching up to 95 percent AFUE. Both units have single-stage operation, are promoted for their low sound levels and stand at 33 inches for installation in tight spots around the home. Components include an electronic hot surface ignition, an induced combustion system, inshot main burners and a heat exchanger designed to simplify the flow path of gas.

Care and Maintenance

Coleman offers a complete care guide for furnaces and components on its website. A yearly professional service check is recommended for oil-fired furnaces, but Coleman states gas-fired equipment burns cleaner and can be serviced every other year.

Evcon/Coleman Warranty

All Evcon furnaces are equipped with a 10-year limited warranty on parts. Coverage for the heat exchangers varies between a lifetime or 20-year warranty, depending on the product purchased. Equipment must be registered within 90 days of installation to receive the full warranty term.

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Evcon Furnace Reviews

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5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

I had to replace the existing furnace with the Evcon in 2004.This is a mobile home/w central air.It has been a very good heater for me.Last year was a very cold winter so it had to work overtime.GREAT WORKER

John Kroack


"Evecon 8995E676"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

I live in a manufactured home and limited to the type of heaters we can purchase. Purchased the heater 4/1996 and have had only one problem, had to change the run capacitor. Great heater, no problems.

Michael M.

"Evcon furnaces –the WORST"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Inducer motor dying after only 3 years–lousy parts! Avoid these furnaces!! Poor quality control.

Henry Llama

"Hateful lemon furnace"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Got it brand new. Had more trouble than the old one in the house. The limit switch has been replaced 5 times. It is a fair weather furnace. As long as temp is above 25, it works fine. No one seems able to fix it.

S. Settle

"Terrible unit"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

After 1 year, it had to be repaired and now 2nd year, it's still not working right. For the cost of this unit, it should be gold. Like everyone else, the combustion air switch is bad. I am filing a complaint with the BBB. I would not recommend this unit to anyone.

V Ingram

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