How Much Does It Cost To Repair A Furnace?

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    How Much Does It Cost To Repair A Furnace?

     

    How Much Does It Cost To Repair A Furnace?

    Staying on the subject of getting the biggest bang for your buck, we are often asked how much does it cost? In todays world, you can just Google your questions. So it's our goal to be the How much does it cost to repair a furnaceones to answer the questions the best we can with amount of information we have to work with.

    There's a feeling we've all experienced if you've owned a car or truck long enough when you need something repaired and in your mind you're thinking the repair is probably $200 - $300, but the actual bill ends up to be $1100. Yikes!!

    Unless money is no object that causes an increase in stress when personal cash flow is tight today for most people. It can be stressful.

    Having transportation to get to work or heat in your home when it's cold, fall into the similar categories; rather high on your importance meter in life.

    Most homeowners are looking for ranges, we can deal with that. Remember, it depends on your specific situation.

    7 Of The Most Common Furnace Repairs With Price Estimates:

    1. Hot surface igniter $80-$250.
    2. Draft inducer … $50-$450.
    3. Flame sensor or thermocouple replacement $80-$250.
    4. Replace a gas valve or smart valve $50-$750.
    5. Replace a gas burners $200-$400.
    6. Replace a cracked heat exchanger $550-$1500 when this happens you are very likely better replacing the entire furnace.
    7. Blower motor replacement $150-$450 - squirrel cage fan with motor $250-$600.

    As  you can see some have a wider range than others; which leads to the question, When should I replace my HVAC system?

    Hope this helps.

    If you'd like to know exactly, schedule an appointment.

     

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