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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1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Put in new 12-26-2012. This included new Evcon 3 ton ac unit. Installers were here every spring to get ac to work and every fall to get furnace to work. Replaced Gas Valve, Induction Motor, Flame Sensor, Orifice, burners. Was getting set to replace burners again, but the installer decided to remove furnace and ac unit on 9-28-2017 and left me empty handed after returning my full cost of it. I'm now looking for a whole new system. Fought this Evcon system for 4 years 9 months!

Tim Buck

South Dakota

"Best Bang for the Buck"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

The product was simple to work on. The best bang for the buck. Looked at many other units and was very satisfied with the Evcon. The supply house was very helpful in showing me the different type of furnaces and I went with Evcon and would do it again. Thank you


Appleton, WI

"To anyone that has a bad experience with the Evcon Furnace"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

I am a installer of these Evcon furnaces for years was glad to see not one of my customers had a bad taste for these Evcon furnaces. Maybe it is because the furnace will only perform as good as the installer that put it in. I saw that one person said if he takes the access door off it run good. Do you know why? Because the furnace is getting the air it needs to operate with. Whoever installed it did one of two things: 1. they did not run a combustion vent pipe out to bring air into the furnace; or 2. not the right size of pipe. If you do not have a large open space where the furnace is located you have to run the 2nd pipe some installer just want the money and have no pride in their work; It is not the furnace it is that your installer is lazy or doesn't know what he is doing. It's the truth.

M Flick

Pittsburgh PA

"Looking for info on warranty???"

2.0 rating
Somewhat Unsatisfied

Model dgaa070bdtb I cannot find any warranty info on this model. I bought a mobile home with this model and have had some issues come up. The original installer is nice and will to work on it, but says not covered by any warranties. Only two years old, I would think there should be some coverage. Anyone have any information?

Randy L

Toledo, OH

"Bad furnace"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

I bought my furnace in March of 2006. My furnace worked fine for 4 years and 11 months. I turned it on in February, and nothing happened. I have had the original installer out to check it numerous times. He has replaced the circuit board twice, the air blower motor once, fiddled with the regulator numerous times, and I still do not have heat. They now want to replace a gas control valve, but they are not sure that that will fix the problem.

N Trilling

Pensacola, FL

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