The Cost Of A New HVAC System Installation & Parts
The cost of installing a new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system averages between $4500 to $35,000.
Key Components To Costing
There are several factors that determine the cost of a new HVAC system.
The size and layout of the area.
The re-usability of the previous ductwork.
The new systems energy efficiency rating.
The complexity of the new install.
HVAC systems do not last forever and will eventually need replacing.
Average replacement costs are estimated at $4,500 to $35,000. With such a large difference in pricing, it is important to know some basics about HVAC systems.
It is recommended to ring your local HVAC installation company for an onsite inspection.
Get at least 2-3 quotes and make sure the costs are itemized.
The quote should also be provided professionally and not written on the back of a business card.
The Size & Layout Of The Area
The large variation in price is due to the area that needs to be heated or cooled.
The bigger the area the larger the unit needs to be to control the quality of the air.
If your home is well-ventilated and the area is sealed you may be able to use a slightly smaller unit.
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The Re-Usability Of The Previous Ductwork
Ducting is sized according to the layout of your house.
If the ducting is deemed to be the right size you may be able to use the old ducting for your new install.
If your installing an HVAC system on a premises that has never had ducting you will need to allow for this extra cost.
To check if your ducting is suitable for your new HVAC unit call Hornehvac today!
The New Systems Energy Efficiency Rating
HVAC systems account for roughly 50% of commercial property’s energy use.
Installing an energy-efficient HVAC system can save businesses and residents a lot of money.
The newer and more efficient your HVAC system is, the more expensive the units appear to be.
If you are looking for an energy-efficient HVAC system it is important to make sure the performance and reliability of the system is not compromised. A good energy-efficient unit will run just as well as a guzzler.
Speak to an HVAC specialist at Hornehvac today to check your energy-efficient unit is just as good as a none efficient unit.
The Complexity Of The New Install
HVAC installations are generally straightforward, as soon as the building is more than one story high it does get more complex.
The more complex the installation, the more an installation will cost.
High-rise apartments and offices are particularly challenging.
Wood structures also present a problem for HVAC technicians. Most new building structures are made from steel sometimes they are not.
The weight of a big unit can not always be supported by wood, this is when it gets very challenging for the technician and the pricing will go up.
Low-cost HVAC systems with high expectations can be a problem. Generally, you get what you pay for and if you have chosen a cheap system it may present a challenge on the installation.
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Installation & Pricing
The key takeaways for installing a new HVAC system and getting a good price on the work is:
Get a thorough quote
Buy a good system
Know if your installation will be complex or not
Have the ductwork checked
Look for a unit that has a high energy rating
At Hornehvac we specialize in new installs and have earnt the trust of local Charlotte’s residents and businesses.
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