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Cost to Replace Furnace by Province


The vast majority of regions in Canada have one thing in common: very cold winters. Investing in a new or upgraded furnace that works efficiently and economically for your home is a necessity in our great and chilly country. The following will give you a better idea of what it should cost to replace your old furnace according to the province you live. We have given a range of prices as the total cost will vary depending on the unit you choose, the size of your home, and the cost of installation charged by the company you choose. Please note that prices may also vary between the cities in your province.

Factors that Affect Cost to Replace Furnace



There are several different factors that will affect the total cost of replacing your furnace.


Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) Rating:


The annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE)  is a rating assigned to each furnace. For example, if your furnace has a 90% AFUE rating then that means that 90 cents of every dollar spent on heating. The higher the AFUE rating, the more efficient your furnace will be. It does not include, however, the electrical energy required to operate your fan, pumps, or controls. A higher AFUE rating usually also means a higher price tag. However, don't be put off by an initial higher price tag. A furnace with a higher AFUE rating will in many cases save you more money in the long run in heating costs.



Extra Features:


There is a wide range of furnaces from very basic models to ones that have extra features such as advanced humidity controls, reduced noise levels, and the capability to give you diagnostic data. You can also choose from units that have varying fan systems that are designed to work best for homes of varying sizes and layouts. Talk to a reliable HVAC technician to get some professional advice on which type of model would best suit your home and which features would be ones that you really need.




Warranty:


Make sure that your furnace comes with a good warranty. A cheaper furnace may have a very short or poor warranty, which could be an indication of the quality of the unit. It is worth the extra money to go for a furnace that is backed by a good warranty. If a manufacturer is willing to give you a warranty for 10 years, that means that they are confident that their furnace is well made and will last that long. It will also give you peace of mind that you won't have to pay to replace your furnace for another 10 years.

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Cost to Replace Furnace by Province - Breakdown



British Columbia
Average furnace price including installation for a high-efficiency natural gas or propane furnace:  $3,000 - $5,000

Alberta
Average furnace price including installation for a high-efficiency natural gas or propane furnace: $3,000 - $6,000

Calgary and Edmonton:  $3,000 - $6,000
Red Deer: $3,500 - $6,000

Saskatchewan

Average furnace price including installation for a high-efficiency natural gas or propane furnace: $3,000 - $6,000

Manitoba 

Average furnace price including installation for a high-efficiency natural gas or propane furnace: $2,800 - $6,000

Ontario

Average furnace price including installation for a high-efficiency natural gas or propane furnace: $2,500 - $6,300


Ottawa: $3,300 - $6,300

Toronto: $2,500 - $5,000
























Ottawa has the highest cost for furnace replacement



Quebec

Average furnace price including installation for a high-efficiency natural gas or propane furnace: $3,000 - $5,500

New Brunswick

Average furnace price including installation for a high-efficiency natural gas or propane furnace: $3,000 - $5,500

Nova Scotia

Average furnace price including installation for a high-efficiency natural gas or propane furnace: $3,000 - $5,000

Prince Edward Island

Average furnace price including installation for a high-efficiency natural gas or propane furnace: $3,000 - $5,500

Newfoundland

Average furnace price including installation for a high-efficiency natural gas or propane furnace:  $3,000 - $5,000

British Columbia enjoys some of the lowest furnace replacement costs in the country

Draft Control: Furnace Installers in Ottawa You Can Trust



If you are looking to replace your furnace for a cost-saving, high-efficiency unit in the Ottawa regions, contact Draft Control. Draft Control HVAC is a highly trusted heating and air conditioning company servicing the East Ottawa region. Unlike other companies, we focus on our customers and their complete satisfaction, not on the brands that we sell.  Whether you require installation, repair, or maintenance for your furnace, air conditioner, water heater, gas BBQ and fireplace, or boiler; Draft Control is there for you. Contact us today for all your heating and cooling needs.

The cost to replace furnace may be less than you thought. If you're tired of the high cost of your energy bills, maybe it's time you considered replacing your old, inefficient furnace with a new high-efficiency one. Here is a breakdown of the cost to replace furnace by province. If you live in the Ottawa area and are looking for a company you can trust to give you expert and honest advice about which type of furnace would best meet your needs, contact the HVAC experts at Draft Control today.