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Question DetailsAsked on 8/28/2014

what would be a ball park figure to install a gas furnace for a 3000 square foot home in central pa area?

the house is 3000 sq', built in 1899, brick construction. would also want to include central air.

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Check the Home > HVAC link in Browse Projects, at lower left, for a number of prior responses on ballpark costs, including the difference high-efficiency units make for furnaces - of course, you need to add in the cost for an A/C too in that case. You would need a sizing calaculation done on your home before buying an A/C, but for cost comparison purposes you are likely, in a high humidity area like central Pa where it can get pretty hot and muggy in the summer, going to be looking at a 4 ton AC minimum, and possibly a 5 or even 6 ton unit, depending on whether your home has modern insulation or not.

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