When your old furnace finally bites the dust, there isn’t much time to decide on a new one– unless you want to freeze! Clients ask us all the time about furnace costs and the factors that impact them. That is why we decided to give you the breakdown so you can review it and be ready to go when you have a furnace breakdown.
You’re not going to get away with paying the same price for a Lexus as you would for a Toyota, and the same applies to furnaces. Some brands simply have better quality and that asks for a bigger price tag.
Size of Unit
The most important factor for a furnace’s success is that it is sized properly. The Levine team will evaluate the heating capacity required for your home and then measure the electrical output to determine which unit is best for you. This is a crucial part of the installation process.
Just like a car, furnaces can come with different features that make them more efficient and expensive. If you want the most basic model, it might not be as convenient, but it will certainly be less expensive.
The efficiency number on a furnace is measured by how much energy it uses to put out a certain amount of heat. The higher the efficiency number, the greater the cost.
This will not impact the purchasing cost, but having a contractor you trust is an important part of the process. At Levine & Sons, we have been installing furnaces for over 80 years and we have grown up with the industry. We will make sure you unit is properly sized and we will install it at a fair cost, not one that we lie about and the upsell you later on.
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