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How Much Is A HVAC System For A 2000 Sq Ft House?

Your home’s HVAC system is one of the most important parts of your home’s infrastructure. The HVAC system is responsible for both heating and cooling your home as well as properly ventilating your home and making sure harmful air does not get in. The average price for an HVAC system in a 2,000-square-foot home can be anywhere from $7,000 to $8,000. That includes all of the installation that is required to make sure that air ducts reach all of the rooms of the house to properly regulate the climate of the entire house.

How Much Should An HVAC System Cost?

The costs associated with an HVAC system larger have to do with how large your house is and what kind of heating and cooling system you have. The larger your house, the more ventilation and air ducts you are going to need to be installed. Additionally, if you have a larger house, you are going to need a larger and more powerful AC and furnace system. If you have a home that is 3,000 square feet, you should expect to pay somewhere between $9,000 and $10,000 for an HVAC system. 

So not only does the size of the house matter when determining HVAC costs, but the type of system used can have an effect on the overall price. For example, the average cost to install an AC unit can cost anywhere between $3,350 and $5,910 depending on what brand you purchase and the size of the unit you need. 

When it comes to heating your home, you could consider a gas, oil, or electric furnace, a boiler, or a geothermal heat pump. Here are some anticipated costs for each of these different types of heating systems.

  • Gas furnace: $1,800 to $4,000
  • Oil furnace: $4,200 to $6,900
  • Electric furnace: $1,600 to $2,500
  • Boiler: $1,500 to $3,500
  • Geothermal heat pump: $15,000 to $35,000

After you have purchased the AC and the heating system, the rest of the costs will go toward labor and materials to construct and install the ventilation and airflow systems. 

What Is The Labor Cost To Install HVAC?

In general, the labor to install an HVAC system is can cost a few extra thousand dollars on top of the unit price of the AC and heating system. Also, the type of heating system you choose to have installed can affect labor costs. When it comes to the AC unit, typically you can expect to be charged somewhere between $1,200 and $2,200 for the labor associated with installation. 

Here is a breakdown of labor costs depending on the type of heating system you choose.

  • Gas furnace: $1,00 to $3,500
  • Oil furnace: $2,500 to $6,000
  • Electric furnace: $600 to $2,700
  • Boiler: Between $100 and $200 an hour.
  • Geothermal heat pump: $10,000 to $30,000

Who Is The Best HVAC Company?

There are many great HVAC companies out there that produce quality air conditioners and heating systems. some of the most trusted names in the HVAC industry include Carrier, Bryant, Goodman, Lennox, Trane, Rheem, American Standard, and Frigidaire. Any of these brands can provide you and your home with a quality HVAC system. 

Is It Cheaper To Replace AC And Furnace Together?

Yes, overall it is cheaper to replace an AC and furnace at the same time. The most immediate cost savings can be seen when it comes to installation. The installation process tends to be simpler with a matched AC and heating system. Additionally, once the HVAC specialist is at your home and they are installing everything all at once, it is cheaper than if you had to pay for the technician to come out on an additional day if you were to have a separate AC and heating system installed.

In the long run, you can also save some money because, with a matching system, all of the components work together more efficiently saving you on energy bills. 

Will HVAC Prices Go Down This Year?

No, HVAC prices are not going down in 2023. Actually, HVAC prices will most likely go up in 2023 due to increased inventory compliance, new testing requirements, required higher SEER ratings, inflation, and labor shortages.  

Why Is Replacing HVAC So Expensive?

The most common factors that determine how expensive an HVAC unit is going to include the cost of the unit, labor hours, amount of ductwork, location of the unit, and the type and brand of the unit. Replacing an HVAC unit is not something that you can do on your own unless you have a good amount of experience doing so. 

HVAC professionals are highly trained individuals whose expertise is required when installing an HVAC unit and placing the ductwork. Labor charges are more expensive for that reason. Additionally, HVAC systems are complex systems that contain many critical components, which is why AC units and heating systems are expensive. 

What Is The Lifespan Of An HVAC Unit?

The average HVAC system can last anywhere between 10 and 25 years. 

What Size HVAC System Do I Need For A 1500 Square Foot Home?

The unwritten rule that most HVAC specialists follow is that you will need roughly 20 BTU of cooling for every square foot of space. That would mean, for a 1500 square foot home, you would need a 30,000 BTU AC unit. For a heating system, the math is different, however, an adequately heated 1500-square-foot home would need a furnace rated between 45,000 and 108,000 BTUs. 

How Many Hours Does It Take To Install A New HVAC System?

Typically, if you are just having an AC unit replaced, then the entire replacement can take between 4 and 8 hours depending on the size of the unit, the size of your home, and the installation location. If you are having both your AC unit and furnace replaced at the same time, then you can expect it to take somewhere between 8 and 14 hours. 

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