How Much Should a Furnace Cost in Boise?
It’s never fun thinking about having to replace your furnace. Unfortunately, it’s part of life, and Philadelphia homeownership, and so is purchasing a new furnace. So when that awful day comes, where do you start?
The cost of a new furnace will fluctuate depending on several factors, such as the lifestyle and customs of individuals in the home. Health problems may also require air filtration systems, which also helps determine which furnace is right for your family. Even collections can help you decide which furnace is right for you. Does someone collect art or are you a wine connoisseur? Humidity levels can impact the integrity of these products so you may have to include a whole-home humidifier in your HVAC system.
The next thing to take a look at is your actual home. What is the window count in the home and which direction do the windows face? What type of insulation do you current have and how effective is it at trapping air in your home? How new the ductwork is, the preferred power (gas, solar, etc.), and even home design can go into deciding which furnace is ideal for you.
Stallion Heating and Air Conditioning will set-up a no-charge consultation where they will go out to your home and analyze your current set-up. They will go over your options with you and present you a complimentary estimate on a new furnace installation based on their review of your home’s design and unique traits.
Something else that will affect the price of your furnace is which business you hire to install your system. One contractor may have your desired system at a lower cost, but be mindful and verify that they are licensed, bonded, and insured given something should take place while they’re on your premises. In the event a contractor was injured on your property and the contractor was not insured, you can be held liable.
All of these things go into deciding how much a new HVAC system will cost, but let’s get down to what you came for. We have a few estimates on how much you can expect to pay depending on the type of home you live in.
Ranch Home or Smaller
Up to 2000 square feet and usually one story
Average cost of an HVAC system: $6,000 – $15,000
Including approved financing: $40 – $250 per month
Common Suburban Home
Up to 3500 square feet and typically 1-3 stories
Average cost of an HVAC system: $8,000 – $25,000
Including approved financing: $100 – $500 per month
More than 3500 square feet and various stories
Average cost of an HVACsystem: $18,000 – $60,000+
Including approved financing: $250+ per month
Potential pricing could vary depending on regional climate, personal lifestyle, AC settings, air conditioning maintenance, and installation of air conditioner and duct system.
Investing in a new furnace can feel like a huge undertaking, but Stallion Heating and Air Conditioning is here to help walk you through the process, discuss your options, and choose the ideal heating and cooling system for your home. The team at Stallion Heating and Air Conditioning is not only licensed, bonded, and insured, our entire team goes through an extensive background check and drug test to make sure we’re sending respectable and trustworthy people into your home. We also supply a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for 365 days to give you peace of mind.
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