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Question DetailsAsked on 4/23/2016

What is the replacement cost for furnace and central air conditioning unit?

The furnace and central a/c unit are working, but near their normal life.

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You can find a ton of previous similar questions with responses (of course sometimes talking about different capacity units and outside environments in different questions) in the Home > HVAC link in Browse Projects, at lower left. And under each set of answers for a question will be (if logged in as a member or registered user) a half dozen or so links to similar / related questions.


Here is one such link for starters:


http://answers.angieslist.com/What-I-...


Note that few of the questions deal with Heat Pumps, which serve as combined heat and cooling source and generally work suitably without supplementary heating unit down to temperatures of about 30-45 degrees depending on brand and amount of heating needed. Generally significantly more expensive than an indeividual furnace or AC unit, but combined cost into one unit can sometimes (especially in relatively low heat demand environments like low-elevation Southern to middle California and much of the west coastal areas and middle to deep south for instance) be cheaper and more effective in the long run than a furnace plus an AC unit.

Answered 2 years ago by LCD




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