Cost to Install Central Air Conditioning

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Need to Replace or Upgrade your Existing Air Conditioning System?

  • Low-End Estimate* (using existing ductwork): $3,500 – $5,500
  • High-End Estimate* (no existing ductwork ): $6,500 – $15,000

*These estimates are based on installing split-system in a 2,000 square foot home.

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What is the typical cost to install Central Air Conditioning in
Pennsylvania & New Jersey?

The Cost for Installing a Central Air System depends on a lot of factors. An experienced HVAC technician will determine the optimal system for your home. They will consider the size of the house, the height of the ceilings, the number of windows, and the quality of insulation and construction. The amount of sun exposure is also a factor.

How do these factors affect the cost to install Central Air Conditioning?

For example, an older home built with older construction techniques may require additional work to properly install an efficient system. Keep in mind, installing an AC the right way the first time will save you money in the long run. Your system will use less energy, saving you money on monthly utility bills. Beyond that, you’ll avoid over-working your equipment which means you won’t need as many repairs down the road.

What about Ductless Mini-Split Central Air Conditioners

Ductless cooling units are great central air conditioning systems for single rooms or multi-room installations. They have the ability to cool your home based on the cooling needs in each zone. Smart thermostats will allow you full control over the system and help reduce the long term costs of cooling your home. Our ductless units, provided by Mitsubishi, are super high-efficiency units with SEER(seasonal energy efficiency ratio) ratings typically in the 30 range. Ductless units are typically much higher efficiency than standard central air conditioning units or electric heat pumps.

You may get tax rebates for installing energy efficient appliances in your home or business. For more information on tax credits for energy efficient appliances go to energysavers.gov

Extra costs that may be associated with Central Air installation include the cost for fire inspection, local permits and periodic maintenance services by a Licensed HVAC Company.


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