Trying to give a cost to install a new furnace is difficult. There are many different variables, such as size, type, brand, fuel and even geography. However, we can give you some pointers on what you should consider when looking to install a new furnace.
Although physical size can be a factor in installation, size also applies to the actual output of the furnace. Buying a furnace that can just heat an apartment won’t do you any good if you live in a large house. Conversely, a furnace that could heat half the neighborhood will only cost you extra money, both to purchase and to run.
There are a good many brands to choose from. Some have an excellent reputation, some not so much. It must be said that as manufacturing processes get better and faster, costs generally come down, so “cheap” doesn’t necessarily mean it won’t be any good. A little research, however, is always a good move. A quick search on the Internet should give you all the information you need, including a furnace’s reliability, after-sale care, prices. and efficiency.
Solid fuel is generally cheaper, but that’s because it isn’t as convenient. Taking advice from an expert will guarantee that you have all the information you need to make an informed choice as to what will work best for you.
Because not all furnaces are the same, you should always take advice from a professional.Here at Robert B. Payne, Inc., we can advise you on everything that you need to know, such as what would suit your lifestyle and home best, approximate running costs, and a quote to install the new furnace. You’ll understand everything you need to, with no hidden costs or extras, but instead first-class service with a reputation to back it up.