Frigidaire Furnaces

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Frigidaire Furnace Overview

Frigidaire is among the top HVAC brands in the United States. It was established in 1916 as Guardian Frigerator Company and later adopted the name ‘Frigidaire’ when William C. Durant from General Motors invested capital in the company in 1919. Today, the company is owned by the Electrolux Group and offers a range of cooling and heating systems for residential applications.

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Consumer Reviews of Frigidaire

2.9

  • Very Satisfied
    15
  • Somewhat Satisfied
    0
  • Neutral
    1
  • Somewhat Unsatisfied
    2
  • Very Unsatisfied
    16
  • #12 of 86 Furnaces
  • 44.12% of customers recommended

Reviews by Furnace Series

FG7MQ FG6T FG7TC FG6RA FG6RC

The company’s furnace models come with an array of features and energy-efficiency ratings. Many models also meet ENERGY STAR requirements and have AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) ratings above 80%. Two of Frigidaire’s units even boast an exceptional AFUE of 96%, helping you save on energy costs while offering optimum comfort even during the coldest days. Frigidaire furnaces are also durable. The company claims that their gas furnaces undergo rigorous tests and are checked 234 times before they’re packaged. 

You can buy a Frigidaire furnace for your home from the company’s well-established contractor network across the country.

Furnaces overview

A furnace provides warm air inside your house using a thermostat, burner, heat exchanger, and blower. When the temperature inside drops from a preset value, the thermostat sends signals to open the fuel valve. The fuel then enters the burner, where it’s ignited to increase the temperature of the heat exchanger. 

The cold air flowing through the heat exchanger absorbs this heat and is pushed to the plenum before a blower moves it to a house’s rooms through the ductwork The flue gases resulting from the burning fuel vent through a separate chimney. 

Furnaces are classified according to the type of fuel they use. Gas furnaces utilize natural gas or propane for combustion, while oil furnaces use fuel oil or heating oil.

Frigidaire furnace series and models

Frigidaire offers a range of gas furnace models in different heating capacities, starting from 60,000 BTUh (British Thermal Unit per hour) to 115,000 BTUh. The company sells these heating systems under two categories: High-Efficiency and Standard. 

High-Efficiency Series: FG7TE-VS FG7TN-VS

This flagship furnace from Frigidaire is highly efficient, offering AFUE of up to 96%. The unit uses two-stage heating with a variable-speed motor that delivers optimum comfort while keeping your energy bills low. The unit also meets ENERGY STAR guidelines for high efficiency and uses natural gas as fuel. You can pair this unit with a heat pump from the same brand and save money by switching between gas and electricity according to your heating requirements. 

This top-of-the-line furnace model costs about $6,800 with installation and is available in heating capacities ranging from 60,000 to 115,000 BTU. However, prices vary by unit size, type of home, and amount of ductwork needed. For accurate pricing details, contact a local HVAC professional.

High-Efficiency Series: FG7TE FG7TN

Turn up the heat with this energy-efficient, two-stage furnace from Frigidaire. The two-stage operation allows the unit to run at low speeds most of the time, providing even temperatures for maximum comfort throughout the winter. The unit boasts AFUE of up to 96% and uses natural gas fuel.

The furnace model is available in heating capacities ranging from 60,000 to 115,000 BTU and costs about $4,000 with installation. However, prices vary by unit size, type of home, and required ductwork. Contact a local HVAC professional to get accurate pricing details and advice on selecting the right furnace for your home.

High-Efficiency Series: FG7SD FG7SM

Upgrade your inefficient heating system with this highly efficient furnace model from Frigidaire. This unit is comprised of high-quality materials and technology that offer resistance against damage and increase the lifespan of the furnace. This single-stage heating system delivers AFUE of up to 95% and uses natural gas fuel.

The energy-efficient furnace is available in different heating capacities, ranging from 60,000 to 115,000 BTU. This model costs around $2,500 with the installation. However, we recommend consulting a local HVAC professional to get accurate details on pricing as it varies by factors like unit size and type of home. 

Standard Series: FG7TA-VS FG7TK-VS

Stay cozy in your home even during the coldest days with this affordable heating unit from Frigidaire. The furnace employs variable-speed technology and two-stage heating, which provide even temperatures and promote quiet operation. It has an AFUE of 80%, which will help you cut down on your energy bills. The system uses natural gas as fuel.

The unit is available in heating capacities ranging from 60,000 to 115,000 BTU. Prices vary by unit size, type of home, and required ductwork. Consult a local HVAC professional for accurate prices and assistance on selecting the right furnace size for your home.

Standard Series: FG7SA FG7SK

This entry-level furnace offers AFUE of 80% and uses single-stage heating and natural gas fuel. The unit is comprised of high-quality materials that provide enhanced durability. It also comes with a 30-second blower delay feature, which ensures warm air distribution from the start. 

This standard furnace model comes in different heating capacities, ranging from 60,000 to 115,000 BTU. For accurate pricing information, talk to a local HVAC professional. Prices depend on factors such as unit size, amount of ductwork needed, and type of home.

Care and maintenance

Frigidaire furnaces offer long-lasting performance. The company provides factory service for hassle-free repair and maintenance. However, you can prolong the life of your furnace and avoid costly emergency service through regular DIY maintenance tasks, including:

  • Regularly cleaning and replacing the air filters
  • Checking CO detectors for carbon monoxide leakage
  • Keeping outdoor exhaust pipes free from blockages
  • Keeping the drainage tube clear from clogged water
  • Ensuring that the air registers are free of obstructions
  • Ensuring that the furnace interiors are free from dust and debris

Frigidaire furnace warranties

Frigidaire offers an exceptional 10-year all-parts warranty on all furnace models. The company also offers what it calls the 10-year Comfort Quality Pledge, allowing you to replace the entire unit if the heat exchanger fails. Upon product registration, the company extends the 20-year warranty on the heat exchanger to a limited lifetime warranty.

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Frigidaire Furnace Reviews

Showing 1-5 of 31 reviews

"Not a big fan!"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

High efficiency model installed in a brand new house in 2014. 2 years old now. The first winter, the blower fan came off the motor shaft so I had the guy who installed it come back to fix it. He told me a lot of people were having the same issue with the blower fan. This fall my furnace was making a bunch of noises so I called the guy to come back only to tell me my blower motor was shot and that the warranty would not cover it! $800 out of my pocket. I would not recommend these furnaces.

B Farrell

St. Paul, Alberta, Canada

"Parts keep needing replacing"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Poor quality parts and a poor warranty. I found out that the warranty only covers parts, not labor – that requires another policy I didn't know I needed to buy. I replaced the circuit board 3 times but it cost me $450 for labor. The warranty department wasn't concerned that they have so many poor quality parts that needed to be replaced.

H NOVAK

Maryland

"Solid product"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

I had my Frigidaire furnace installed in 2008. I have never had a warranty and I only see the contractor every fall for a cleaning. Good product installed by a good contractor equals no worries.

C batten

Peterborough, Ontario

"Furnace"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

This furnace has been installed since Nov. 19Th. It runs all the time – night and day. What on earth is the matter with it?

Donna Hall

Lexington, NE

"Terrible"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Junk. Installed a 2-stage variable speed, high efficiency furnace in 2007. 1 month later, it is needed a new circuit board. Required servicing in 2012 because the flame would not come on. Worked for another year and now the same problem. A previous reviewer stated it was in the contractor you hired who install the furnace, he is totally mistaken. The problems I have experienced and the problems I am reading here are all about the unit itself, such as circuit boards, blower units, pressure switches are things the contractor doesn't even touch when installing your furnace.

R. Dobson

Vernon, BC

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