Central Air Conditioners in Vancouver – Prices, Deals & Get a Free Quote
A new high-efficiency central air conditioner can keep your Vancouver home cooler this summer without costing you extra in energy bills. At Furnace Prices we have collected important information about the quality brands and models available, so you can make an informed decision in your choice of cooling system. Details include pricing, financing choices, local or regional promotions, and available government rebates.
Average* air conditioner price in Vancouver (including install):
$3000 – $6000+
*note many factors can affect price, see further down for details
What to look for when choosing a heating & air conditioning contractor
People often fret over the brand of furnace to buy, but the contractor you choose is every bit as important. Not only is the quality of the workmanship and installation crucial to the furnace’s lifespan, the company you choose will be relied on for future servicing and warranty coverage.
Always choose an established company that has:
- Good, independently-verified feedback
- A solid track record and no outstanding disputes
- Verified insurance, licenses, and certifications
- Experienced staff, with manufacturer training
- Registered to offer rebates
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Who is Our Top Vancouver Air Conditioners Contractor?
TEK Climate is one of our trusted Certified Local Partners,
- Very established
- Great customer feedback
- Experienced staff
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Purchasing a High-Efficiency Central A/C
When you invest in a new high-efficiency central air conditioner for your Vancouver home, you’ll want to pay close attention to the SEER rating. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating. Central air conditioners available in Vancouver have ratings between 13-20+, a higher rating signals higher performance efficiency.
The size of your home should dictate what size central A/C system you buy, and a qualified HVAC professional will make an appropriate recommendation. A system that is too small will frequently cycle on and off and be very inefficient at cooling your space. An overly large unit, on the other hand, will not be able to extract humidity sufficiently.
Click here to view deals offered by our trusted local distributors in Vancouver to residents looking to buy a new central A/C system. Available promotions on high-efficiency central air conditioner models change regularly.
Government Rebates Available
Vancouver residents who invest in a new high-efficiency central A/C system can benefit from the government rebates and incentives available to reward energy-efficient home ownership. Click here to view central air conditioner rebates available to Vancouver homeowners. Your HVAC distributor can also advise you on which ones you qualify for as well as how to apply for them.
Popular Central Air Conditioner Brands
Homeowners in Vancouver have access to a wide range of top central air conditioner brands like Goodman, Carrier, Lennox, Trane and KeepRite. Carrier, Lennox, and Trane offer SEER ratings that exceed 20 while Goodman ComfortAlert™ technology monitors system performance and KeepRite Observer® Communicating control offers offers Wi-Fi® capability for remote access.
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Installation of a new central A/C system is essential to performance quality. A licensed HVAC technician will be aware of potential challenges, such as fitting indoor coils, and will examine the condition of the coil to confirm its ability to maintain system performance. Working with a professional will get your system operating the way it should and give you peace of mind.
High-Efficiency A/C Pricing
The average cost of a new, high-efficiency central air conditioner in the Vancouver area ranges from $2500 to $7000. The final price depends on the brand, model, size, location, and the HVAC contractor you select. To get the best deal for your home and budget, approach different HVAC companies for quotes and choose the option that is both affordable and comes with a good labour warranty.
Vancouver residents who are buying a new central A/C system have different financing options available to them, from standard to zero interest and even bad credit. These options and their terms and conditions are explained below.
Most Vancouver residents looking to purchase a new central air conditioning system can now do so thanks to this flexible range of financing choices. In most cases, the energy savings will cover the cost of the system over time, making it an investment that eventually pays for itself.
General City Information
Vancouver experiences much milder summer temperatures than the other provinces, with average highs of 22 C and 22.3 C in July and August. With more than 100 HVAC companies to choose from the 500,000+ residents that call Vancouver and surrounding areas home won’t have to worry about finding a licensed HVAC contractor to maintain their high-efficiency central air conditioners, ensuring they are always operating at optimal performance.
Vancouver & Surrounding Areas
- New Westminster
- Maple Ridge
- White Rock
- Port Coquitlam
- Port Moody
- Pitt Meadows
- North Vancouver
- West Vancouver
- Kensington-Cedar Cottage
- Mount Pleasant
- Riley Park
- South Cambie
- West End
- West Point Grey
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