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Question DetailsAsked on 5/4/2017

How much to replace an existing AC and furnace in a 908 sq. ft. one level townhouse?

This is for a first floor unit in the Tomahawk Creek Condominiums in Leawood, KS

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You can find a lot of previous similar questions in the Home > HVAC link under Browse Projects (which should actually be called Browse Previous Questions By Category), at lower left. Note most questions deal with only A/C or furnace, so you will have to remember while it may be one job (if both need replacing at the same time), it will be the addition of two numbers.

Note, that except for the integrated home environment systems which have furnace and A/C in one unit (not a great idea, in my mind), you do not need to replace one if replacing the other - depending on the configuration of the ducting and such the evaportor coil may need to be moved a bit due to ducting rearrangement to fit the new furnace, but generally not over about $250 additional work to change one without the other. Generally zero furnace work needed to install a new A/C (other than putting the new evaporator coil into the furnace ducting, of course) - but nothing additional related to the furnace in probably almost all cases.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD


You can find a number of previous similar questions with answers and some thoughts on pricing and brands and such in the Home > HVAC link under Browse Projects, at lower left.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD


One thing I spaced on about being able to change out furnace without doing A/C or vice - versa - got caught up by newer technology on that one. Of course, if using a Heat Pump where heat and cooling come from the same unit, that statement does not apply.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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