How much could your new HVAC system cost after installation?
HVAC system costs don’t stop at install – we’ll be honest. In fact, the most affordable systems to install are not guaranteed to be the cheapest to operate and keep up. Many variables contribute to the cost of operating your HVAC system including your energy bill costs, maintenance and upkeep for the system itself, cost of new filters, regional climate, personal temperature preferences and beyond. While the charts below cannot anticipate all variables, they will give you an idea of the costs associated with the operation of your new system and what you can expect to save.
Savings Based on SEER Rating
SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rates the efficiency of your cooling system. The higher the SEER, the greater your energy savings on your electric cost attributable to HVAC. Here is an HVAC cost calculator.
|13 SEER||14 SEER||15 SEER||16 SEER|
Savings Based on AFUE Rating
AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) shows the amount of fuel used by a furnace. The higher the AFUE, the greater your gas cost savings.
|60 AFUE||64 AFUE||70 AFUE||80 AFUE||90 AFUE||92 AFUE||95 AFUE|
|0% Savings||9% Savings||15% Savings||20% Savings||29% Savings||31% Savings||33% Savings|
Note: This savings chart is meant to be used as a reference. Actual cost breakdowns can and will vary depending on the conditions of your climate, the type of structure you are cooling or heating, the efficiencies of your ductwork and the capacity of your usage. This chart is meant to be a reference for your estimation and budgeting and should not standalone to motivate your purchase decision. For more information on the variables involved in operating your HVAC system, please speak with your local, certified Payne dealer or contact us!