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HVAC System Pricing

Type of HVAC System Average Cost
Furnace Only $3,724.25-$4,868.35
AC-Coil $4,729.00-$7,958.00
Heat Pump System $6,344.00-$8,758.00
Furnace-AC Coil $6,955.00-$12,735.00
Packaged Gas System $8,845.00-$10,935.00
Packaged Heat Pump System $8,415.00-$14,202.00

 

Types of HVAC Systems & Products

Furnace Only

Furnaces heat and distribute air using a heat exchange and blower system. Furnaces are controlled with a thermostat and powered by natural gas, propane, fuel oil or electricity.

Furnace Only Sizes

Price Range

1.5 ton

$3,724.25-$3,964.00

2.0 ton

$3,832.75-$4,075.40

2.5 ton

$3,832.75-$4,175.40

3.0 ton

$3,871.40-$4,275.40

3.5 ton

$3,871.40-$4,259.00

4.0 ton

$4,167.20-$4,452.80

5.0 ton

$4,611.00-$4,868.35

AC Coil

An AC coil absorbs and transfers heat from indoor air into the refrigerant. AC coils regulate the temperature of the indoor air and ensure the AC system is working properly.

AC Coil Sizes

Price Range

1.5 ton

$4,729.00-$5,527.00

2.0 ton

$5,262.00-$5,662.00

2.5 ton

$5,630.00-$5,735.00

3.0 ton

$5,924.00-$5,969.00

3.5 ton

$6,255.00-$6,473.00

4.0 ton

$6,485.00-$7,082.00

5.0 ton

$6,795.00-$7,958.00

Heat Pump System

Heat pump systems are energy-efficient electric air-transfer machines that move heat, rather than generating heat. In the winter, heat pumps transfer cold air from the outside and make it warm air for the inside. In the summer, heat pumps pull warm air out of the home to create a cooler space

Heat Pump System Sizes

Price Range

1.5 ton

$6,344.00-$6,576.00

2.0 ton

$6,445.00-$6,657.00

2.5 ton

$6,535.00-$6,950.00

3.0 ton

$6,769.00-$7,145.00

3.5 ton

$7,470.00-$7,573.00

4.0 ton

$7,740.00-$7,882.00

5.0 ton

$8,288.00-$8,758.00

Furnace-AC Coil

A furnace-AC coil is a heat exchanger installed in a furnace or air handling unit—the furnace-AC coil transfers heat from the furnace or air handler to the refrigerant in the AC system. AC coils regulate the air temperature and ensure the AC system works efficiently

Furnace-AC Coil Sizes

Price Range

1.5 ton

$6,955.00-$9,331.00

2.0 ton

$7,585.00-$9,903.00

2.5 ton

$7,814.00-$10,057.00

3.0 ton

$8,796.00-$10,327.00

3.5 ton

$9,462.00-$10,774.00

4.0 ton

$9,297.00-$11,638.00

5.0 ton

$10,819.00-$12,735.00

Packaged Heat Pump

Packaged heat pump systems provide heating and cooling from one space-saving, self-contained outdoor unit. The heat pump transfers heat by reversing the refrigeration cycle used by a typical air conditioner.

Package Heat Pump System Sizes

Price Range

1.5 ton

$8,415.00-$10,561.00

2.0 ton

$8,415.00-$10,561.00

2.5 ton

$8,570.00-$10,561.00

3.0 ton

$8,905.00-$11,171.00

3.5 ton

$8,900.00-$12,655.00

4.0 ton

$10,474.00-$14,202.00

5.0 ton

$11,435.00-$14,202.00

Packaged Gas

Packaged gas systems are heating and AC systems that are split (one unit indoors and one unit outdoors) or all-in-one outdoor units to provide heating and cooling. Packaged gas systems run on natural gas or propane and are a popular choice due to their space-saving design and easy maintenance

Packaged Gas System Sizes

Price Range

1.5 ton

$8,845.00-$9,405.00

2.0 ton

$8,845.00-$9,405.00

2.5 ton

$9,080.00-$9,625.00

3.0 ton

$9,375.00-$9,775.00

3.5 ton

$9,470.00-$9,975.00

4.0 ton

$9,700.00-$10,395.00

5.0 ton

$10,240.00-$10,935.00

Furnaces heat and distribute air using a heat exchange and blower system. Furnaces are controlled with a thermostat and powered by natural gas, propane, fuel oil or electricity.

Furnace Only Sizes

Price Range

1.5 ton

$3,724.25-$3,964.00

2.0 ton

$3,832.75-$4,075.40

2.5 ton

$3,832.75-$4,175.40

3.0 ton

$3,871.40-$4,275.40

3.5 ton

$3,871.40-$4,259.00

4.0 ton

$4,167.20-$4,452.80

5.0 ton

$4,611.00-$4,868.35

An AC coil absorbs and transfers heat from indoor air into the refrigerant. AC coils regulate the temperature of the indoor air and ensure the AC system is working properly.

AC Coil Sizes

Price Range

1.5 ton

$4,729.00-$5,527.00

2.0 ton

$5,262.00-$5,662.00

2.5 ton

$5,630.00-$5,735.00

3.0 ton

$5,924.00-$5,969.00

3.5 ton

$6,255.00-$6,473.00

4.0 ton

$6,485.00-$7,082.00

5.0 ton

$6,795.00-$7,958.00

Heat pump systems are energy-efficient electric air-transfer machines that move heat, rather than generating heat. In the winter, heat pumps transfer cold air from the outside and make it warm air for the inside. In the summer, heat pumps pull warm air out of the home to create a cooler space

Heat Pump System Sizes

Price Range

1.5 ton

$6,344.00-$6,576.00

2.0 ton

$6,445.00-$6,657.00

2.5 ton

$6,535.00-$6,950.00

3.0 ton

$6,769.00-$7,145.00

3.5 ton

$7,470.00-$7,573.00

4.0 ton

$7,740.00-$7,882.00

5.0 ton

$8,288.00-$8,758.00

A furnace-AC coil is a heat exchanger installed in a furnace or air handling unit—the furnace-AC coil transfers heat from the furnace or air handler to the refrigerant in the AC system. AC coils regulate the air temperature and ensure the AC system works efficiently

Furnace-AC Coil Sizes

Price Range

1.5 ton

$6,955.00-$9,331.00

2.0 ton

$7,585.00-$9,903.00

2.5 ton

$7,814.00-$10,057.00

3.0 ton

$8,796.00-$10,327.00

3.5 ton

$9,462.00-$10,774.00

4.0 ton

$9,297.00-$11,638.00

5.0 ton

$10,819.00-$12,735.00

Packaged heat pump systems provide heating and cooling from one space-saving, self-contained outdoor unit. The heat pump transfers heat by reversing the refrigeration cycle used by a typical air conditioner.

Package Heat Pump System Sizes

Price Range

1.5 ton

$8,415.00-$10,561.00

2.0 ton

$8,415.00-$10,561.00

2.5 ton

$8,570.00-$10,561.00

3.0 ton

$8,905.00-$11,171.00

3.5 ton

$8,900.00-$12,655.00

4.0 ton

$10,474.00-$14,202.00

5.0 ton

$11,435.00-$14,202.00

Packaged gas systems are heating and AC systems that are split (one unit indoors and one unit outdoors) or all-in-one outdoor units to provide heating and cooling. Packaged gas systems run on natural gas or propane and are a popular choice due to their space-saving design and easy maintenance

Packaged Gas System Sizes

Price Range

1.5 ton

$8,845.00-$9,405.00

2.0 ton

$8,845.00-$9,405.00

2.5 ton

$9,080.00-$9,625.00

3.0 ton

$9,375.00-$9,775.00

3.5 ton

$9,470.00-$9,975.00

4.0 ton

$9,700.00-$10,395.00

5.0 ton

$10,240.00-$10,935.00

FAQ

What does HVAC stand for?

HVAC stands for Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning. HVAC systems deliver heat, cold air, ventilation and temperature control to homes, businesses, offices and other buildings

Does my HVAC system really need regular maintenance?

If you want to keep your unit running smoothly and prevent stressful heating and cooling issues, yes. During maintenance checkups, technicians will:

  • Check calibration and control settings
  • Inspect the drains and condensation
  • Assess gas, burner, and heat exchange components
  • Clean out the coils and blower

Technicians ensure all connections are intact, & they’ll lubricate the HVAC system + check the refrigerant charge.

Are there different types of HVAC’s?

There are several types of HVAC systems and all are either ducted or ductless. Ducted systems push air through ducts to provide heating or cooling, and ductless systems use coils to deliver heat or cold air to a space.

How long will my HVAC unit last?

HVAC systems last an average of 15-25 years. Proper maintenance and professional care can extend the life of your HVAC system and help you avoid costly repairs.

What is the most common type of HVAC system?

Split systems are the most common HVAC setup for residential heating and cooling. With split systems, the heating unit is placed in a basement, closet or storage area and the cooling unit is outside. Temperature in split systems is controlled by a single thermostat.

What’s the best compact HVAC system?

Packaged heating and cooling systems are a great choice for small spaces because they are compact, energy-efficient and can be placed out of the way- for example outside, in an attic/crawl space or on the roof. Packaged heating and cooling systems are also easier to maintain because everything is in a single unit.

Which is better: ducted or ductless?

HVAC professionals use building size, climate, and available energy sources to determine which type of system is appropriate for a particular space.

What do SEER, AFUE and HSPF stand for, and what do their ratings mean?

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER)

  • Measures annual energy consumption of the heat pump + cooling efficiency from everyday use. Higher SEER numbers mean more energy efficiency.

    • In the northern US, the minimum required SEER rating is 13.

Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE):

  • Measures how efficiently a gas furnace consumes fuel to produce heat. The higher the rate, the greater the efficiency.

    • All new furnaces manufactured in the USA must have at least 80% AFUE.

Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF):

  • Measures air source heat pump efficiency. Higher HSPF ratings mean better efficiency.

      • Ratings for new units in the USA range from 7.0-9.4.

What’s the difference between an electric heat pump system and a gas furnace?

An electric heat pump system redistributes heat using a refrigerant that circulates between the indoor fan coil unit and the outdoor compressor.

  • Electric heat pump systems have SEER and HSPF ratings.

A gas furnace burns natural gas or propane to create heat. The heat is transferred into the furnace’s heat exchanger, and a blower fan pulls air from the building and into the furnace to heat the air. Heat from a gas furnace is distributed through air ducts in a building, apartment, or home.

  • Gas furnaces have AFUE ratings.

How can I keep my HVAC unit running well and make sure it is safe?

  • Clean and change your air filters regularly to keep your air quality clean and prevent clogs. Change your filters about once a month in the summer and winter and every other month in the spring and fall. In the summer, clean your outdoor coils monthly.
  • Keep spaces in front of vents clear to maintain effective airflow.
  • Consider shades for extra-sunny windows or draft blockers for external doorways.
  • When you’re not home, turn your thermostat 4-6 degrees higher if it’s hot out and 4-6 degrees lower if it’s cold out to reduce energy use and your energy bill.
  • Schedule regular checkups (2x/year) on your system to prevent potentially costly and potentially dangerous problems, and be sure to keep carbon monoxide and fire detectors in working order to alert you of any hazards.