We get that question quite often. To answer candidly, there is such a wide range of options available when it comes to your new furnace, that you can pay anywhere from $3,000 on up.

It’s kind of like buying a car. You have your base model, and then you have options: power windows, power locks, sunroofs, etc. The add-ons don’t change the way you get to and from, but they do make the ride more comfortable.

The same thing goes for your furnace. There are all types of add-ons available to increase your comfort and your furnace’s efficiency. So your overall cost really depends on what you want and you what will fit into your budget.

Some of those add-ons include air purification systems and variable speed blowers. When you have a variable speed blower with a two-stage gas valve, your gas won’t burst into high speed when it turns on. It increases with demand.

There are furnaces available with a base level of 80% efficiency, all the way up to 95%. Most folks here in Texas go with an 80% efficient furnace with a variable speed, two-stage gas valve.

If you’re in the market for a new furnace, give us a shout at 469-336-3435. We will get a comfort advisor out to see what you’re working with and see if you even need a new furnace. We’re not there to push something on you. We’re going to provide you all the options, step by step, so you can make an informed decision.

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