Furnace Installation Prices

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Standard Furnace Costs and Installation Prices

80% EFFICIENCY FURNACES


LENNOX ML180 FURNACE
80% AFUE, MERIT SERIES


Standard Install Prices

Permit and upgrades extra

Any size Installation $3,995

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$3,295

Very reliable standard efficiency furnace.

 

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LENNOX EL280 FURNACE
80% AFUE, ELITE SERIES


Standard Install Prices
Permit and upgrades extra

Any size Installation $4,100


2 stage burner operation heats more evenly and saves gas, ideal for homes without a central AC

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Lennox SL280V Furnace
80% AFUE, SIGNATURE SERIES

 

Standard Install Prices
Permit and upgrades extra

Any size Installation $4,300

Current rebates available

  • $100 Xcel Energy Rebate (must have Xcel Energy acct.)
  • $150 Lennox Rebate (for individual unit, extra rebate when you add a qualifying AC exp. 6/21/19)

The best quiet and efficient 80% AFUE furnace, 2 stage burner operation heats more evenly and saves gas, the variable speed motor saves electricity. Ideal for multi-level homes with central AC

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95% – 98% EFFICIENCY FURNACES


LENNOX ML195 FURNACE
95% AFUE, MERIT SERIES


Standard Install Prices
Permit and upgrades extra

Any size Installation $4,400

Current rebates available

  • $300 Xcel Energy Rebate (must have Xcel Energy acct.)

Very reliable high efficiency standard furnace.

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LENNOX EL296 FURNACE
96% AFUE, ELITE SERIES


Standard Install Prices
Permit and upgrades extra

Any size Installation $5,800

Current rebates available

  • $300 Xcel Energy Rebate (must have Xcel Energy acct.)
  • $100 Lennox Rebate (for individual unit, extra rebate when you add a qualifying AC exp. 6/21/19)

Super high efficiency 2 stage burner operation furnace with a power saver blower motor.

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LENNOX EL296V FURNACE
96% AFUE, ELITE SERIES


Standard Install Prices
Permit and upgrades extra

Any size Installation $6,000

Current rebates available

  • $400 Xcel Energy Rebate (must have Xcel Energy acct.)
  • $125 Lennox Rebate (for individual unit, extra rebate when you add a qualifying AC exp. 6/21/19)

Super quiet and efficient 96% AFUE furnace, 2 stage burner operation heats more evenly and saves gas, the variable speed motor saves electricity.  Ideal for large multi-level homes with central AC.

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LENNOX SLP98V FURNACE
98% AFUE, ELITE SERIES


Standard Install Prices
Permit and upgrades extra

Any size Installation $6,700

Current rebates available

  • $400 Xcel Energy Rebate (must have Xcel Energy acct.)
  • $300 Lennox Rebate (for individual unit, extra rebate when you add a qualifying AC exp. 6/21/19)

Simply the best 98% AFUE ultra efficient and quiet furnace, multi-stage burner operation, variable speed blower and inducer motor.  This full variable capacity furnace delivers the latest technology.

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*Above are the average prices for a standard installation of the listed furnaces. Some furnace systems in homes may require additional work and cost more than others when extra time, material or code upgrades are required, permits are billed separately based on your city or county. Please call us for an over the phone quote or free in-home estimate to confirm your total costs. We offer homeowners the best selection of furnaces including Lennox and other major manufacturer products.

Start by understanding the terminology…


AFUE represents the furnace gas efficiency 

1 stage furnace burner operates on high fire only.

2 stage furnace burner operates on low or high fire depending on demand, provides better comfort and efficiency by using only what is needed.

Multi-stage furnace burner automatically adjust in increments to provide the ultimate comfort and efficiency.

Standard blower motor uses a typical 120v electrical circuit to operate, this is a standard efficiency motor 

Variable-speed blower motors are quieter and more efficient than standard blower motors.

When Does Your Furnace Need Service? 

Standard furnace installation includes removal and disposal of the old furnace, sheet metal required to adapt to the new furnace including a new return air drop, standard filter system, new canvas connectors, new flue from the furnace to the existing riser, reconnect to the existing electrical circuit, reconnect to the existing gas supply. Permits and code upgrades are billed separately and are dependent on what your city or county charges.

Our labor warranty for new installations is 1 year, our team provides service within 24 hours during the labor warranty period.

6 additional factors to consider if it’s time for your home to get a furnace replacement:

1. Cost of maintenance. The cost of maintaining your heating system will give you a good indication of whether it is cost effective to keep using your current model or opt for a newer one for your home. Although replacing a furnace can be pricey, an older heating system might not have the technology to keep your heating bills as low as possible and could be costing you more than necessary.

2. Cost of repair. If your aging furnace requires repair and the cost is significant, it makes more sense to put that money toward a new furnace. It would be wiser to invest those dollars in a newer, more energy efficient system than spending them on a repair for an older system whose life span may be questionable. If you have a furnace that has required a lot of repairs in the recent past, that’s even more reason to consider a replacement.

3. Changes in your home. Have you remodeled or added on to your existing square footage since your furnace was first installed? Your current unit may not be sufficient to effectively heat your revamped floor plan.

4. Comfort level. As furnaces age, they must work harder to keep your home warm in the winter, sometimes running constantly, which can not only cause quite a hike in your heating bill but could affect your comfort level as well. A newer furnace can keep your home comfortable without working as hard as an older unit. This will extend the life of the furnace and save you money in the long run.

5. Current AFUE ratings. Is your furnace up to code? Newer furnaces are required to have an AFUE rating of at least 78 percent. If your furnace has an AFUE rating lower than that, it is not only an indication of an older system, but it does not meet current industry standards, and your heating bills are undoubtedly higher than if you had a high-efficiency system.

6. Chronic noises, smells, or rust. If you notice your furnace beginning to make strange noises, produce odd smells or show signs of rust, it’s time to replace it. Any of these conditions could be signs of an impending furnace failure.

Furnaces normally last an average of 18 to 20 years, depending on whether it has been consistently and professionally maintained. However, just because you have an older furnace model doesn’t necessarily mean it needs to be replaced, as age isn’t the only factor that may signal a failing furnace. Furnace repairs and installations are always best when left to the professionals. If your furnace is showing signs of breaking down or giving out, give us a call. Any one of our friendly, skilled technicians will be happy to talk with you about purchasing a new model, furnace prices and scheduling a professional furnace installation. Simply contact us today to schedule an appointment to determine what is best for your home. Our business is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., so feel free to give us a call locally at (303) 227-9284 or fill out our contact form if you are looking for heating and cooling assistance. We look forward to serving you!

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Manufactures recommend that you have your HVAC equipment installed by a quality professional and serviced annually to insure safe and proper operation.