Your HVAC systems are among the most important systems in your home. Under different circumstances, you might have to replace them if they are beyond repair. The cost to replace an HVAC unit depends on factors mentioned below. Amana heating and air products are built with expert craftsmanship to be reliable and long-lasting. Get in touch with Amana heating and air conditioning to learn more about our product line.
HVAC System Cost Factors
Not all HVAC system costs are equal. Prices fluctuate and are determined by the following:
Cost Of a Central Air Conditioner
- Central AC units: These are a few of the most popular Amana air conditioners. For central AC costs, the price is between $1,200 and $4,500, while the installation cost is between $1,200 and $2,200.
- Window air conditioners: They are similar to central air conditioners, but they draw air from outside, cool it, and then blast it through fans into the unit’s room. For window ACs, the costs are between $150 and $700, and there may be no installation cost.
Cost Of a Heat Pump
- Air-source: They absorb energy from the heat by drawing out the air outside the home. For air source heat pumps, the unit costs between $2,000 and $5,500, while the installation fee is $1,300-$2,000.
- Geothermal systems: They utilize temperatures derived from the ground to heat and cool the home. Geothermal heat pumps the price range is between $3,000-$6,000, and the installation price is between $10,000 and $30,000.
- Mini-split ductless: Instead of circulating cool or hot air through your home’s ductwork, the heat pump can be found in several smaller units, which are installed in various rooms in the house. The ductless mini-splits range between $1,000 and $5,000, while the installation fee is $500-$2,000.
- Dual-fuel: HVAC units combine the benefits of conventional cooling and heating systems with the power of the air source heat pump. Dual fuel heat pumps cost $2,800-$5,500, and the installation cost is $1,300 to $2,500.
- Gas-fired: These are like air-source heat pumps; however, they utilize natural gas as their fuel source, not electricity. The price range for a gas-fired heat pump is $3,000 to $6,000, and the installation price is $1,300 to $2,000.
Cost of Furnace
- Natural gas furnaces: As the most popular furnace, your Amana heating and air specialist may suggest natural gas furnaces if you need an upgrade. They work by pushing hot air through the ducts in your home after the flame of a gas-fueled furnace heats it. The unit costs $700 to $6,200, while the installation fee is between $1,000 and $3500.
- Electric furnaces: Electric furnaces are less costly and typically priced lower than oil or gas. For electric furnaces, the price range is between $600-$2,700, and the installation fee is between $1,000 and $3500.
- Oil furnaces: These are less well-known than gas furnaces; you may require an oil furnace if your house isn’t connected to natural gas. Oil furnaces work similarly to gas but may cost more due to the pricey oil. For an oil furnace, the unit costs $1,800-$3,200, and the installation costs $2,500 to $6,000.