What to Know When You Need a New Furnace

In this YouTube Video, Josh Rodriguez from Fire and Ice gives insight into how much replacing your furnace will cost.

There are three categories of furnaces: entry-level, mid-range, and high-end.

An entry-level furnace will cost you between $3000 to $4900. The price varies according to size, type, and additional installation requirements.

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The Trane S8X1 and S9X1 are the two best models for this type of unit. With an entry-level furnace, you have only the choice of an on-off button. It provides basic home heating and is the best option for people on a budget who want reliability.

You will pay between $3,700 to $6,500 for a mid-range furnace. Again, the price will vary according to location, size, and additional installation requirements. The Trane S9V2 and Carrier 59TP6 are two of the best models in this category. The features of a mid-range furnace include a 2-stage gas valve. You will be able to set the unit at low fire or high fire. This furnace provides many homeowners with the comfort and efficiency they want at the right price.

The price range for a high-end furnace is between $4,300 to $7,600. These furnaces contain variable speed blowers, communication capability, customized comfort settings, and whisper-quiet technology. These units can utilize your heating fuel more efficiently with a modulating valve. The Trane XC95M and Carrier 59MN7 are the top models in this category.

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