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Question DetailsAsked on 6/4/2015

is 5600 a lot to pay for a 2 ton trane 14 seer ac unit

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For a relatively low-end, lower efficiency unit, that sounds somewhat steep to me, IF in a normal cost area (not high-priced urban area), and IF the access is simple - so is basically just a swap-out of units without a lot of difficulty running refrigerant lines to mini-split units or requiring a lot of duct modifications to install the evaporator.

IF a simple install, I would e expecting something from 50-70% of that number - if you do not have other bids, I would get a couple more bids on the same exact unit.

Alternatively, if having to run new refrigerant lines to several remote split units and that reruires opening up a lot of walls or ceilings, which might be the case especially if changing from Freon (R-22) to R-410a or similar system, which commonly requires new lines, then the price might be reasonable, though I would say still worth getting other bids to see.

I am assuming here you are talking a true air conditioner, not a heat pump unit, which is considerablhy more expensive as a rule.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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