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Question DetailsAsked on 12/10/2013

how much should i pay for a new furnace installed in a 1165 sq ft 2 bedroom condo?

3rd floor unit - one story condo built in 1985

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You will find a lot of responses to this question in the Home > HVAC link right under your question - towards the lower end for you size unit, of course.

Furnace cost (assuming natural gas) from about $1000 to 2000 for 80% efficient unit, about double that for 95% efficient. Installation from $500 for one that basically matches your existing to the $1000-2000 range for one that requires some significant modifications to the existing system, or requires significant upgrades to meet newer codes. So, at bottom end of cost with economy unit from $1500-4000, and $1000 plus more for higher efficiency unit plus around $500-1000 more on the install if it means converting from a flue to a direct-vent piping system. High-end units could run up to the $5000+ range installed.

Electric, if that is what you meant, more like $1000-2000 installed typically for contractor grade, up to $4000 for fancier ones with variable speed fan and so forth.

This assumes you are talking a furnace only - not a combined furnace/air conditioning unit,, which would add about $2-5,000 more - typically about $2500-3000 range more for reasonable efficiency.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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