The Bryant 925TA Preferred is a two-stage condensing, multipoise gas furnace. The 925TA Preferred is Energy Star rated, with an efficiency of 96.2% AFUE. It is designed for upflow, downflow or horizontal installation, with unique vent elbow and optional through-the-cabinet downflow venting. It features an aluminized steel primary heat exchanger and a stainless steel condensing secondary heat exchanger. The two-speed inducer motor operates on low speed the majority of the time, providing increased efficiency and quiet operation.
2.5 year old unit. Nobody can figure out that is wrong with it. Spends half its time off on limit. Code 33. I am going to take Carrier to court over this. Buy a Trane or a Rheem. This thing is absolute crap and United Technologies does not honor the warranty.
"Best furnace EVER!"
Bryant furnaces are installed by factory trained people only. That’s why they rate 10 out of 10. I will never buy anything but a Bryant Furnace & a/c, just like my last house that never had a problem in 20 years. Thanks Bryant
Windsor , ON
"Hire a Quality Installer"
Time was up for the old Lennox Diplomat after it needed a repair to get through previous winter. Got quotes from 3 installers: Bryant, Carrier, and Lennox. Had two personal recommendations from friends who had good experiences with the Bryant installer. The furnaces offered were all comparable from a performance standpoint. Hired the Bryant installer and they did a good job, at less cost than other quotes. Furnace has been through one cold prairie winter with no issues. Easy peasy – get multiple quotes, reference check your preferred installer.
New furnace comes standard with cracked collector box from factory and leaks water.
north bay ontario
Other 925TA Preferred Reviews
Of the few comments regarding the 925TA on HVAC forums, most concerned humidity levels. A consumer on hvac-talk.com stated that he had high humidity with the 925TA and was told by a professional member that the problem may be due to a valve, but that some water from a condensing furnace is normal.