How Much Should a Furnace Cost in Edmonton?

September 24, 2016

It’s a terrible feeling when you know you’re close to having to replace your furnace. Unfortunately, it’s part of life, and Edmonton homeownership, and so is budgeting for a new furnace. So when that dreaded day comes, where do you start?

The price of a new furnace will adjust depending on multiple factors, like the lifestyle and customs of individuals in the home. Health problems may also mean you need air filtration systems, which also factors into which furnace is best for you. Even interests can factor into which furnace is right for your family. Does anyone collect art or are you a wine connoisseur? Humidity levels can alter the integrity of these products so you may consider investing in a whole-home humidifier in your HVAC system.

Something else to take into consideration is your actual home. How many windows are there and which direction do they face? What level of insulation do you current have and how effective is it at trapping air in your home? How new the ductwork is, the chosen power (gas, solar, etc.), and even home layout can help determine which furnace is best for your family.

Rob's Albertan Service Experts will set-up a free consultation where they will visit your home and assess your current set-up. The team will go over your options with you and give you a no-charge estimate on a new furnace installation based on their review of your home’s construction and unique traits.

The next thing that will affect the price of your furnace is which contractor you choose to install your system. One company may have the system you want at a lower cost, but proceed with caution and verify that they are licensed, bonded, and insured just in case something should happen while they’re on your site. You can actually be held liable if a contractor were to get injured on your property if they are not insured.

All of these factors go into influencing how much a new heating and cooling system will cost, but let’s get down to what you came for. We have a few estimates on what you can expect to pay based on the type of home you live in.

Ranch or Smaller House

Up to 2000 square feet and commonly one story

Average cost of an HVAC system: $6,000 - $15,000

With approved financing: $40 - $250 per month

Average Suburban Home

Less than 3500 square feet and commonly 1-3 stories

Average cost of a heating and air conditioning system: $8,000 - $25,000

Including approved financing: $100 - $500 per month

Luxury Home

More than 3500 square feet and various stories

Average cost of a heating and coolingsystem: $18,000 - $60,000+

Including approved financing: $250+ per month

Approximate pricing can change depending on where you live, personal habits, equipment settings, equipment maintenance, and installation of equipment and duct system.

Investing in a new furnace can seem like a huge undertaking, but Rob's Albertan Service Experts is here to help walk you through the process, go over your options, and decide the best heating and air conditioning system for your family. The team at Rob's Albertan Service Experts is not only licensed, bonded, and insured, all our employees go through a thorough background check and drug test to make sure we’re sending respectable and trustworthy technicians into your home. We also give a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for 365 days so you can feel confident in the work we provide.

Although the price of a new heating and air conditioning system can be scary, we have fantastic financing options to help you get your new furnace installed quickly. Call 780-800-9047 today to set up your no-charge in-home estimate.

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