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Yes...had to replace an airconditioning coil, but the furnace is 22 years old...considering replaceing the entire furnace unit with a Goodman G series to compliment the 3 ton airconditioner...how much can I expect to pay?
Unit cost and Labor?
No problem... If you are looking at a 90% high efficient goodman furnace you should expect to pay somewhere in the range of 2400-2800 depending on the companies overhead an profit margin. If you went with an 80% furnace and already have type B metal vent in the home you would be around 2000-2400. The higher efficiency furnaces cost around 1000 and the 80% std furnace is around 700-850 depending on the one you choose and its features.
That would only include the furnace replacement, new emergency pan and equipment supports, reconnection of the drain line, gas pipe, vent piping, and ducting.
expect to pay another 300 or so for the extended parts and labor warranty on just the furnace.
How much for the whole replacement job?
Furnace + A/C?
No...furnace, and coil...the a/c is new from last year.
Oh gotcha. Would you be reusing the existing refrigerant line-set and drain lines?
Refrige line I guess yes,,,they're new...drain lines, probably not, they need to fit the new unit, I think.
The drains should fit the new unit without a problem. Residential is std. 3/4" pvc. How about a new thermostat? also, any duct modifications?
Little duct work...same thermostat.
What do you mean by little ductwork? is it a new enlarged return or just modifying the boxes to fit the new furnace and coil?
Ok, give me a minute to run through the pricing.
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Ok, we are looking at between 3,600 and 4,000 for the 90% with coil and between 3,200-3,600 for the 80% with coil
Again that depends on the companies overhead and markup
Great...a good place to start...thank you. I appreciate your insight!