Your heating, ventilation and air conditioning system is essential to the comfort of your home during seasons of the year with extreme temperatures. Learn about common Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems, their pros and cons, and what they’re likely to cost you.
To understand how much the different heating systems are likely to cost, here is a basic cost comparison table of the various types of heating systems and their average range of cost. These costs don’t account for labor during installation.
|Furnace||$2,500 - $5,800|
|Boiler||$3,345 - $7,265|
|Heat Pump||$3,957 - $6,754|
|Radiant Heating||$1,968 - $5,768|
Here’s the cost comparison for the different types of cooling systems. Again, these prices don’t take into account labor costs for installation.
|Central Air||$3,702 - $7,132|
|Heat Pump AC||$3,957 - $6,754|
|Split Ductless AC||$1,434 - $1,674|
|Radiant Cooling||$1,968 - $5,768|
|Evaporative Coolers||$1,606 - $3,664|
When selecting the right HVAC system for your home, you will want to take into account the size of your home and the climate of the region in which you live. You should also consider consulting with professionals about new and emerging technologies to get the most out of your heating and cooling systems. Even something as simple as a smart thermostat control system could help you to save money and power on whatever HVAC system you use. Learn more about the latest home optimization systems by contacting PowerScout.