The national average cost of furnace replacement is $4,007, with most homeowners spending between $2,500 and $5,846.
Whether you need to replace a dead furnace or install an entirely new heating system, you’re looking at a significant investment. Your HVAC pro can look at your particular house – its size, configuration, age – and help you determine the best and most cost-effective way to heat it. The first question to hash out with your HVAC contractor is the kind of fuel you should use: gas, electric, oil or something else. Most homeowners stick to whatever their homes already had to minimize the labor and costs associated with extra installation of things like duct work or running electric lines. But there could be reasons to change. Your location, house size, and energy bills will all factor in to your final decision on which furnace type, model, and size is right for your home.
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