Coleman Furnaces

Updated March 30, 2020

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Over the last 120 years, the Coleman brand has earned its spot as an industry leader in central heating systems. Coleman provides heating and AC solutions all over the country, meeting the needs of homeowners and businesses alike.

 

Top Coleman heating products

Coleman offers a diverse selection of high-quality heating components. With all of the available options, choosing the best solution for your needs can be a challenge. Some basic information, along with the pros and cons of each unit, will help you select the best furnace for your needs.

 

Echelon Series Gas Furnaces

The Echelon Series, featuring the CP9C and the CPLC, offers superior heating and comfort while saving energy. Once these furnaces sufficiently heat an area, they intelligently adjust according to the level of heat the user wants to maintain. Both models feature the WhisperDrive comfort system as well as a variable-speed ECM fan motor for enhanced comfort and efficiency.

 

Coleman- CP9C

This unit is best suited for people seeking a quiet and highly efficient solution who don’t mind paying a little extra upfront.

  • Efficiency Rating
  • AFUE Rating: Up to 98%
  • Heating Capacity
  • 56,000 to 90,000 BTUh

Pros:

  • Quiet operation
  • Energy efficient
  • Adapts to environmental heating needs
  • ENERGY STAR qualified

Cons:

  • The higher efficiency comes with a higher price tag
 

Coleman- CPLC

This unit is best suited for people seeking a quiet heating solution who are willing to sacrifice some efficiency for lower upfront costs.

  • Efficiency Rating
  • AFUE Rating: Up to 80%
  • Heating Capacity
  • 60,000 to 120,000 BTUh

Pros:

  • Quiet operation
  • Energy efficient
  • Adapts to environmental heating needs

Cons:

  • Not as efficient as the CP9C
 

LX Series Gas Furnaces

The LX Series features a compact 33-inch cabinet that’s ideal for homes with limited space. All of the models in the LX Series are multi-position, allowing for great flexibility. Select models are ENERGY STAR qualified, as well.

 

Coleman- TM9E

This unit is best suited for people who live in colder climates who need powerful, readily available, and efficient heating.

  • Efficiency
  • AFUE Rating: Up to 95%
  • Heating Capacity
  • 40,000 to 120,000 BTUh

Pros:

  • High-efficiency ECM motor
  • Multi-position
  • Highly energy efficient
  • Compact size

Cons:

  • Single-stage burner, which makes it less adaptable to different conditions
 

Coleman- TM8Y

This unit is best suited for people who need powerful heating that don’t mind sacrificing some efficiency.

  • Efficiency
  • AFUE RAting: Up to 80%
  • Heating Capacity
  • 60,000 to 120,000 BTUh

Pros:

  • Two-stage burner
  • Multi-position

Cons:

  • Not as efficient as some other Coleman models
 

Coleman- TM9V

This unit is best suited for people who need efficient heating and live in a climate where winters can be both mild and cold.

  • Efficiency
  • AFUE Rating: Up to 96%
  • Heating Capacity
  • 40,000 to 120,000 BTUh

Pros:

  • Highly energy efficient
  • Two-stage burner for more adaptable comfort

Cons:

  • Slightly more pricey than some of the other models in the LX series
 

Coleman- TM8T

This unit is best suited for people who live in moderate climates who want to save money on the upfront costs of a heating unit.

  • Efficiency
  • AFUE Rating: Up to 80%
  • Heating Capacity
  • 60,000 to 120,000 BTUh

Pros:

  • Two-stage burner and PSC fan motor for customizable comfort

Cons:

  • Not as efficient as most other models and best suited for moderate climates
 

Coleman- TL9E

This unit is best suited for people who want to reduce their NOx emissions while enjoying an efficient heating solution.

  • Efficiency
  • AFUE Rating: Up to 95%
  • Heating Capacity
  • 60,000 to 100,000 BTUh

Pros:

  • ENERGY STAR qualified
  • Ultra-low NOx
  • High-efficiency blower motor

Cons:

  • Doesn’t provide as much heat as most other models
  • Heating starts at 60,000 BTUh, so low levels of heat aren’t feasible
 

Comforteer Series Gas Furnaces

The Comforteer Series Gas Furnaces provide efficient heat in a compact size. Featuring a 33-inch cabinet, they can fit in tight spaces. These furnaces boast single-stage burners for instant, powerful heat up to 130,000 BTUh. They also feature constant-speed PSC fan motors.

Coleman- TG9S

This unit is best suited for people who live in colder climates and need strong heat with the option to enjoy minimal heating during more moderate times of the year.

  • Efficiency
  • AFUE Rating: Up to 95.5%
  • Heating Capacity
  • 40,000 to 130,000 BTUh

Pros:

  • Very energy efficient
  • Strong heat for colder climates
  • Compact size

Cons:

  • Single-stage burner means fewer options for variable heat
 

Gas Furnaces for Manufactured Housing

Coleman’s gas furnaces designed for manufactured housing boast small footprints, allowing them to fit in the smaller spaces often seen in manufactured housing. They also pack enough heat to meet the needs of slightly warmer climates while providing various levels of efficiency.

 

Coleman- MG9S

This unit is best suited for manufacuturers of housing solutions in moderate to cold climates who want to offer efficient heating to clients.

  • Efficiency
  • AFUE Rating: Up to 95%
  • Heating Capacity
  • 60,000 to 100,000 BTUh

Pros:

  • Induced combustion system
  • Very efficient

Cons:

  • Has a relatively narrow heating range
 

Coleman- DGAH

This unit is best suited for manufacturers of houses in moderate to cold climates who want to offer efficient heating to clients.

  • Efficiency
  • AFUE Rating: Up to 80%
  • Heating Capacity
  • 56,000 to 70,000 BTUh

Pros:

  • Lower upfront costs

Cons:

  • Has a narrow heating range
  • Less energy-efficient than the MG9S
 

Coleman pricing

The price of a Coleman unit varies by type and installation. The higher the AFUE rating, the higher the price. Units with features that enhance convenience and/or performance also tend to cost more.  A Coleman gas furnace unit with around 98% AFUE may cost a total of $5,000 installed. The best way to get a solid price, however, is to reach out to a local HVAC professional for an estimate.

 

Coleman warranties

Coleman offers different warranties for its various models. They range from 2-year to 10-year parts-limited warranties, and all furnaces come with a standard 90-day labor-limited warranty.

 

Coleman reviews

To learn more about Coleman products and read Coleman heating reviews, check out HVAC.com.

 

Frequently asked questions

How much do Coleman products cost?

The cost depends on the features of the unit as well as the installation expense, but for a central heating furnace, the cost typically ranges between $3,000 and $5,000.

Where can I buy Coleman products?

You can find a dealer on ColemanAC.com.

How long will a Coleman product last?

Coleman products typically last between 20 and 25 years.