Sizing your HVAC
A gas furnace is a heating appliance commonly located in basements, attics, or utility rooms of homes and businesses. It utilizes natural gas or propane to generate heat within a combustion chamber and then circulates warm air throughout the building via ductwork. Gas furnaces are often rated in terms of BTU (British Thermal Units), which signifies their heating capacity. Our prices of furnaces start under $1,000 and you should expect to pay another $1,000 to $2,000 for installation, depending on factors like ease-of-installation, size, and efficiency. Properly sizing a furnace is essential to ensure efficient heating, and homeowners can determine the right furnace size for their home by using our sizing calculator above.
An electric furnace is a heating system commonly situated in utility rooms or mechanical closets of homes and commercial buildings. It operates by converting electrical energy into heat, measured in kilowatts (KW), which determines its heating capacity. Our price of an electric furnaces start under $1,000 and you can expect to pay another $1,000 to $2,000 for installation, depending on factors like ease-of-installation, size, and efficiency. To ensure the proper sizing of an electric furnace for your home, you can utilize our sizing calculator, which will help determine the right kW rating for your heating needs.
Air Conditioner Condensers
An air conditioner condenser is a key component of a central air conditioning system, usually located outside of homes or buildings. It plays a crucial role in cooling by releasing heat from indoor air to the outside environment. The capacity of an air conditioner condenser is often measured in tons, where one ton equals 12,000 BTUs of cooling capacity. Our pricing on air conditioner condensers start around $1,200 and you can expect to pay another $1,000 to $2,000 for installation, depending on factors like ease-of-installation, size, and efficiency. It is important to ensure you size your air conditioner correctly, and you can easily do so by using our user-friendly sizing calculator.
Heat Pump Condensers
A heat pump condenser does both heating and cooling, and is a central component of a heat pump system, typically positioned outside homes or buildings. It functions to transfer heat between the indoor and outdoor environments, providing both heating and cooling capabilities. Heat pump condensers are often rated in tons, with one ton representing 12,000 BTUs of heating or cooling capacity, and our heat pump prices start around $1,800 and you can expect to pay another $1,000 to $2,000 for installation, depending on factors like ease-of-installation, size, and efficiency. It's crucial for your comfort and efficiency that you know how to size your heat pump correctly. Our heat pump sizing calculator can guide you through the process.
An HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) System is a comprehensive climate control system designed to regulate indoor temperature, humidity, and air quality. It comprises various units that work together to achieve this, including a furnace for heating, an air conditioner for cooling, and in some cases, a heat pump that can provide both heating and cooling. These units are integrated into a single system, allowing homeowners and businesses to maintain a comfortable and controlled indoor environment year-round. HVAC Systems vary greatly in price, our pricing starts around $2,000, plus you should factor in cost of installation, which can be anywhere between $1,000 and $3,000. It is important to know how to size your hvac system correctly; use our sizing guide above to help you calculate the right BTU and Tonnage.
Your Local Prices
When replacing your unit/system locally, you can expect to pay anywhere between $5,000 to $15,000 for the total replacement.
When shopping with The Furnace Outlet, customers save on average $2,500 or more off the total price compared to local.