We all know Utah has unique and unpredictable weather, what many of us don’t know is how hard it can be on our heating systems. Nebo Comfort Systems is here to keep your family room, and every other room, warm and comfortable in those cold winter months. We’re here for you with same day service for most calls in Utah, Juab & Salt Lake Counties. We also offer 24 hour emergency furnace service and installation.

We guarantee your satisfaction on all furnace repair services and installations. Our service team is qualified to service and install Lennox, Carrier, Coleman, Goodman, Tempstar, and many more. You can count on our NATE & RMGA certified technicians to diagnose your furnace or heating problem effectively and efficiently. You can count on our honesty and integrity when it comes to helping you make decisions that will be the best for your situation.

Furnace Installation and Replacement

A lot of contractors want to make the decision which furnace to install for you. We know furnaces, but you know your family. That’s why we work with you to find the furnace that will best meet your home and family’s needs. Square footage simply tells you how much carpet you need. Bigger is not always better when it comes to your family’s heating and air conditioning equipment. That’s why our technicians are not salespeople. They are there to explain the features and benefits that are available and will help you as you choose what works best for you and your budget. With great new energy saving features, air quality features and longevity features, you have more options than ever for keeping your family comfortable. Put our expertise to work for your family as you choose the system and options that will create a comfortable environment that welcomes everyone into your home.

Modulating Furnaces

A modulating furnace works on the same principal as a two stage furnace, with more options. The furnace modulates from 40% to 100% capacity. That means your furnace can provide the most comfort and efficiency as it gives you the exact amount of heat you need in any weather. Lower heat longer run cycles create warm consistent temperatures throughout the house.

While modulating furnaces can be somewhat more expensive, they are unmatched for comfort, quietness, and energy efficiency. With a variable speed motor and thermostat designed to optimize the operation of your modulating furnace, you enjoy warm winters and great savings on your  energy bills.

Two Stage Furnaces

You may not be familiar with two stage technology, but that’s OK, we are! Most homes utilize a single stage furnace. A two stage furnace allows your furnace to use a lower stage on days when it isn’t as cold and reduce energy consumption. Then on those really cold days, the second stage kicks in to keep your family comfortable in any weather. Not only is this far more energy efficient, but the lower blower speed allows the furnace to operate more quietly at the lower stage. A two stage furnace is great for balancing out hot and cold spots throughout your home. Best of all, this energy saving feature is a simple upgrade that usually isn’t too expensive.

Variable Speed Furnaces

If you’ve ever struggled with hot  or cold spots in your home, a variable speed furnace may be just the solution to your problem. “Variable Speed” refers to the varied airflow from the blower motor. A variable speed blower motor is the best way to achieve ultimate efficiency from your heating and air conditioning equipment. Airflow can be the most important component in maintaining a properly functioning heating and cooling system. Equipment failures frequently result from improper airflow. With the ability to monitor its own RPM, the variable speed motor helps to maintain proper airflow throughout your system’s operating life. Many factors impact airflow, such as, dirty filters, undersized ducts, or blockages. A variable speed motor can recognize the drop in RPM and draw more power to compensate for the restriction. That means consistent airflow and optimum efficiency for your family.

A variable speed furnace works best when you run it 24 hours a day in your home to circulate the air. That would be very cost prohibitive with a traditional blower. But with the variable speed motor using only about 60 watts of electricity in the continuous fan mode you’ll spend barely $5 a month to pull the hot air from the top of your home where it gathers and mix it with the cold air gathering at the bottom of your home. Running at a low airflow in that mode your furnace will be quietly working to guaranty a consistently comfortable temperature in every room and at all times.And a bonus feature of the variable speed furnace is cleaner air in your home. Not bad, right? Circulating air 24 hours a day means you are filtering the air in your home 24 hours a day as well. Add to that the benefit of moving the air slowly, allowing your filter to capture more airborne particles and the result is far fewer airborne allergens in your home.

In either the two stage or modulating version, a variable speed furnace is an excellent investment. Installing a variable speed motor on your furnace gives you a great two for one investment by automatically increasing the SEER rating on your air conditioner as well.

Watch a video to learn more about variable speed motors by clicking this link.


Electronically commutated motors (ECMs) are high-efficiency motors compared to the permanent split capacitor (PSC) single-speed motors that have been the industry standard for many years. PSC single-speed motor technology has often been referred to as induction motors. ECMs advance the standard with variable-speed motor technology that can be compared to a dimmer switch in lighting appliances. Their precise performance is ideal for the variety of conditions in your home. ECMs use less than half the electricity of PSCs which translates into lower energy bills and faster payback on your investment when installing a heating system. ECMs are more expensive than PSCs, but with soaring energy costs, they have become a cost-effective alternative to power guzzling PSC motors.

Watch a video to learn more about ECMs by clicking this link.