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Question DetailsAsked on 4/22/2016

What should I pay for a new furnace and air conditioner installed in a 1100 square foot one story home in TN?

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All right - seems this is a popular question for 100SF homes because there are several basically identical questions with answers from around the country linked below.

I would expect your cost to be cheaper than those from SoCal or Chicago or NJ because you are in a pretty low cost area - least unless in the ristier parts of Nashville or Memphis. Very rough ballpark - cheapest systems available probably $5000-6000 range for both units combined, more commonly probably $6000-9000 for mid-range quality brand minimal allowed efficiency systems, and $8000-12000 for higher but not top-end efficiency or priced systems. Go whole hog to the high end or ultra efficiency units (which are not necessarily better or more economical in the long run) and you can easily get into the $15,000+ range. (These numbers assuming replacement units, not new install - so furnace ducting or hydronic heating piping is in and suitable as is. More on relative pricing and efficiency and long-term payback issues in other questions and answers in the Home > HVAC link in Browse Projects, at lower left.

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