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Question DetailsAsked on 12/2/2016

replacement cost for a cased evaporator coil

we've been told that the evaporator coil for our 8-year old Comfortmaker 13-14 seer heat pump system needs to be replaced. (leaking) The a/c - heating system is a dual system - two heat pumps for the two levels with back-up propane gas heat. The estimate is around $1,400 for the cased coil unit and associated parts/coolant plus about 4-5 hours of labor. Does this sound reasonable?

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For a compact unit like that sounds right to me - evaporator coil replacements commonly in the $1000-1500 range these days, on up to $2000 range for some models - especially if the coil is not under warranty (check on that - some have up to 10 year warranties or as little as 1 year, if you have the original paperwork).


You can also find a number of other similar questions with responses supporting the above price range in the Home > HVAC link in Browse Projects, at lower left.


Of course, your best measure of what is fair for your unit, espeically if you do not have a go-to HVAC company you trust from experience, is another bid or two from well-rated HVAC firms - Heating and A/C would be your Angies List Search the List category for that.

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