The prices on our site are here to help our customers calculate a basic estimate of approximately how much it’s going to cost to remove, install, repair or replace the furnace heating system installed in your home. The guides contain the rough 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 how far apart that wide range is to many people looking for an average 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. Now is the time for you to research costs associated with the different types, efficiency, (afue) and other variables by choosing the fuel for your home furnace, and going to the correct guide.
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.
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