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Question DetailsAsked on 4/18/2016

about how much to replace a new AC unite in a 1350 sf house with 3.5 t carriers unite?

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Time to do a little research. Units likely available from 5k to 13k, more money, lower operating cost and much better comfort, the choice is up to you.


Replace the unit(s), or the entire system, seal the air ducts, add Indoor Air Quality products, your choice, check it all out now.

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Answered 2 years ago by BayAreaAC

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Click on the Home > HVAC link right below your question and you will find a LOT of prior similar questions with responses, including a lot of responses regarding cost ranges, efficiency factors and what they mean, lifetime cost and payback issues, etc.


Unless you live in a very severe A/C environment, one of the first things I would be looking at is the energy efficiency of the house and whether the unit has been sized correctly (using ACCA Manual J and S), because that is a pretty large unit for that size house.

Answered 2 years ago by LCD




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