Prices, “Average For Gas Furnace”

The chart below will provide you with a general guide line of furnace costs for the average 1200 to 2200 square ft home. The price range also shows you the average low cost unit to the average high cost unit. In both cases only top quality units are used that will provide the customer many years of trouble free comfort and service. a firm cost cannot be given because of the many variables involved. Some of these variables will be outlined below the chart.

Fuel Efficiency Rating “Furnace only Installed” “With Air Conditioning” Installed
80% AFUE (efficiency) 1 Stage $3,210 to $4,865 SEER 13 = $6,830 to $10,485
80% AFUE (efficiency) Variable Speed, Modulating  $7,267 to $8,400  SEER 16 = $9,436 to $12,305
90 – 93% AFUE (efficiency) 1 Stage $5,232 to $6,812 SEER 16 = $9,332 to $13,044
 95% AFUE High Efficiency Furnace, 1 Stage  $6,326 to $8,212  SEER 16 = $10,200 to $14,462
 95% AFUE (Efficiency) Variable Speed, Modulating  $7,589 to $9,287  SEER 16 = $11,589 to $15,186
 97% AFUE (Efficiency) Variable Speed, Modulating  $8,425 to $9,980  SEER 17 = $14,614 to $19,912

Some Reasons Why A Exact Firm Price Cannot Be Shown

→   The exact size of the home is not known?

→   The number of windows are not known?

→   What are the insulation levels in the home?

→   Is the home 1, 2, or 3 story. How many rooms?

→   Landscaping factors, trees, flat, direction of home and air infiltration.

The above provides some of the reasons a exact price cannot be shown. The chart, however, still gives you the customer a look a real prices so that a budget can be determined. When you are ready to get a exacting price for the new system, you only need to call One Hour.

One Hour Cherry Hill will provide a free in-home estimate, giving you different options and exact pricing for each option. This leaves the final purchasing decision in the hands of the homeowner.

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