Heater Repair in Scottsdale

Many people will have trouble with their HVAC system this year and will want to buy a new one. A question that is asked often when this time comes is, what is a good price for heating/cooling installation. This article is going to give information on how to determine a fair price for your new HVAC system. You then will be able to determine if the price you are quoted, is fair for your home.

The very first thing will want to do before considering a new heating and cooling system, is to get a second opinion from a different company. Often, you will discover that the HVAC system will just need repairing and a complete new one will be a waste of money. You can also do a quick search online with the symptoms you are experiencing to get an idea of what is going on.

One thing that will effect the cost of your new heating and cooling system will be the house size. The larger your home the more energy it will take to heat or cool your home. You may need a larger HVAC unit if you have a really large house, which will cost a lot more than a small two bedroom home. HVAC units are measured in tons and a one ton is usually needed per every 400 square feet to cool a house. So if you have a 2,000 square foot home, you will need a HVAC unit that can output 5 tons.

If you decide to get new ductwork while installing a new HVAC unit, it will usually cost an addition $2000. Installing new ductwork is very labor intensive and it will also take a few days to install it properly. New ductwork is not always needed, so be sure to get second opinions on this as well.

The brand of the HVAC unit you plan on getting will also determine how much everything will cost. You can get a very reliable unit like a Carrier which will cost up to $2,500 or you can get a cheaper brand such as a Lennox to keep cost low. It will all come down to what you prefer. You can do research online to figure out which unit will be best for your home.

Getting a fair price on a new HVAC system will just require research on your part. Get the square footage of your home and determine how many tons the unit needs to be. Then you will be able to figure out what a fair price should be for your home.

Our services include:

  • Obtaining Permits for Residences and Businesses
  • Repair of All Major Brands
  • Design Support Based on Your Individual Needs
  • Custom Ductwork
  • Oil to Gas Conversions
  • Post-Repair Inspections
  • Free Estimates