Are you looking for a new oil furnace for your home? When it comes to variable-speed oil furnaces, you may wonder if the multistage, multi speed operation is worth the investment. Variable-speed oil furnaces are highly advised for homeowners who want greater control over their utility bills and comfort. Variable-speed oil furnaces operate at peculiar speeds, which gives you significant control over your yearly utility usage. Moreover, by operating at peculiar speeds, you can heat your condo differently throughout the morning. Thus, the blower motor runs less when it’s hotter and more when it’s colder, thereby reducing energy waste. The oil furnace option is also automatic, so you don’t have to adjust it constantly, but as a result you will have a more balanced heating method throughout the morning. Heat pumps, oil furnaces, and A/Cs can all use variable-speed blowers, and ECM motors, or electronically commutated motors, operate more efficiently than proper blower motors do. When oil furnace blowers kick on and aim for the desired temperature, they consume considerable energy. A single-speed blower motor could short-cycle during cold weather if you have one. The process of starting and stopping to reach the desired temperature, followed by a period of inactivity, will use considerable energy during the starts and stops. Conversely, a variable-speed oil furnace blower will operate continuously at a lower level, and by doing this, you can avoid the energy-wasting starts and stops. If your unit is relatively new and already operates energy-efficiently, you really don’t need to replace it since you will not save much energy. A variable-speed oil furnace is a wise investment if your existing oil furnace is nearing the end of its life cycle.