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Question DetailsAsked on 4/23/2015

Is $6300 a lot for a 3.5 ton Trane 14 seer ac unit, coil, furnace and copper lines installed?

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Prices vary greatly around the country, metro areas are always higher then suburbs or rural. In in suburban Floria ,that's a good price. However it depends on where you live and the company that is doing the work. Small startup, almost always lower then the well established companies that have a higher overhead, but will be likely be around through the warranty period. Generally the well established company does better work, but not always.

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Answered 5 years ago by BayAreaAC

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You said a 3.5 ton 14 SEER Trane A/C unit with coil (presuming you mean evaporator coil) and copper lines (refrigerant tubing) - all OK so far - but you also say furnace?


If you actually mean a complete 3.5 ton A/C unit PLUS a furnace (central forced air type) then I would say this approaches a great price, assuming the contractor is reputable and will actually deliver on the deal. You did not say how big a furnaceor what efficiency, but that does not really alter the cost that much - less than $1000 roughly from very small to 3000-3500SF house size. But these days, prices for HVAC installations are going up VERY fast - many, many furnace installations alone run that much or more, without A/C, with some well over $10,000 forhigh-efficiency units.


If that was for an A/C unit alone, I would be thinking it it may be on the quite high side unless you are in a high-cost urban area.


Best way to tell - get 3 responsive bids for the same exact system, or one you feel is equivalent, then compare the prices.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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