Compare Furnace Prices for Oil, Electric and Gas Furnaces
Are you curious how much it’s going to cost to replace your forced air heating system and just can’t find thorough, trustworthy information online? If so, you found the right place! The Furnace Price Guide will answer your questions about the installation cost of new or replacement gas furnaces, oil furnaces, electric air handler furnaces and much more. Even better, is that we provide transparency by putting the replacement prices online, where everyone can read and contribute.
The detailed price guides on our site are here to help our customers get a basic estimate of how much it’s going to cost to remove, install, repair or replace the furnace system that heats your home. The replacement cost guides contain the approximate wholesale cost of parts and equipment that contractors pay, as well as the estimated installation prices for leading system brands like Carrier, Goodman, Trane, Bryant, Lennox and many others. In addition to change outs, we have detailed sections on each page about furnace repair costs with labor estimates and parts replacement on the most common services and repairs.
The average cost of a new furnace, not including central air, is $1,950 to $5800. I understand that is a very wide range for an installed cost. However, the price you pay will vary depending on the type of heating system, (gas, oil or electric) the size of your home, energy efficiency, and the difficulty of the installation in your home. Research costs associated with the different types and other variables by choosing your type of home furnace below.
Gas Furnaces – The average cost of a new gas furnace system installed: $2,370 (does not include central ac)
Price lists for top rated brands. Secondary tables for other factors such as the cost for various size and efficiency, estimated cost of parts replacement, as well as the time it may take to complete the service, and more.
Oil Furnaces -Average replacement cost for oil furnace system, installed: $5,780
Pricing for many of the leading oil furnace brands in the market today. New models and manufacturers are added monthly as customers share the costs they are charged for repairs, replacement and much more.
Electric Furnaces (Fan Coils and Air Handlers) – Average cost to have a new electric furnace installed: $1,950
Price lists in this section include a table for the leading brands, commonly installed in homes throughout the USA. In addition, there is a section for repair and service costs, sizes and more.
Within each main section of our site you’ll find customer submitted price quotes and actual installation cost listed at the bottom of each page. The user submitted information section contains the cost of a furnace only, installation cost, service or repairs, estimates or price quotes, and of course complete heating and air conditioning system replacement. We encourage everyone to submit the basic details of what they recently paid for repair or replacement cost, so it can be shared on the website with future visitors.
Latest News and Updates to Our Site
Our website is continually updated with the latest 2014 and 2015 price estimates for complete replacement cost, installation, and repair. You can view the latest updates in the list below. In addition, we add related home heating and system information we find on other websites and industry news we feel is relevant to visitors like yourself.
- 11/25/2014 – Updated Bryant page with new visitor submission.
- 11/13/2014 – Get ready for the cold weather – here it comes!!
- 11/04/2014 -Added information to the Goodman Furnaces page. Updated with 2014 pricing data, as well as a new visitor submission.
- 10/29/2014 – Updated the Bryant furnaces page with latest 2014-2015 models and pricing.
- 10/27/2014 – Updated the gas furnace page with a user submission. Also removed all 2013 pricing info from the page.
- 10/15/2014 – Updated home page with the average cost for gas, oil and electric systems.
Do you have a bit of home furnace related news you would like to share with us and our visitors? Please contact us and send it along, you never know, it might just make it onto the home page of the our website.