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High Efficiency Furnaces in Hamilton – Prices, Top Deals & Free Quotes

As a homeowner you are wise to do your research before investing in a high-efficiency furnace to ensure that you take advantage of competitive pricing, furnace rebates and financing options available to Hamilton residents.

Average* furnace price in Hamilton (including install): $2700 – $5700

*note many factors can affect price, see further down for details

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Purchasing a High-Efficiency Furnace

Size matters: Bigger isn’t always better when it comes to your forced-air furnace. If your propane or natural gas furnace is too small, you will not be able to heat your home adequately. If the unit is too large, your gas-fired furnace will cycle on and off more frequently, creating undue wear and tear on your system.

Expertise matters: The most common reasons for natural gas or propane furnace repair are human error rather than mechanical failure. Things like improper installation and failure to perform regular maintenance can affect the performance of your heating system. It is essential to do your research to ensure you hire the best furnace company to install your new high-efficiency natural gas furnace.

Warranty matters: A lifetime warranty is not worth the paper it is printed on if the company or manufacturer will not be in business to honour it. Research, ask for recommendations, and don’t be tempted to sacrifice quality for a lower furnace price.

Deals Available

Hamilton consumers can benefit from different promotions that our verified local suppliers regularly offer. At present, if you buy an energy-efficient furnace and central air conditioner combo, you can get a free NEST smart thermostat for better and more efficient temperature control. To stay informed about new home heating and cooling deals as they become available to Hamilton residents, click here.

Government Rebates Available

To reduce energy waste and make the province ‘greener’, the Ontario government offers different money back rebates to qualified buyers who purchase an ENERGY STAR certified, high-efficiency natural gas furnaces. Currently available rebates include:

Ontario Power Authority rebate of $250

Enbridge gas distribution rebate of $2000 towards the cost of an energy audit and retrofit

Hydro One offers $250 off a new high-efficiency furnace 

Popular Furnace Brands

The most popular gas-fired furnace brands among Hamilton consumers include Goodman, Lennox, Trane, KeepRite and Carrier. Each one has a long-standing reputation for quality and high-efficiency home heating and cooling systems, all of them backed by highly competitive warranties. Available operating types include Single Stage, Two Stage Variable Speed, Modulating, or Multi-Speed to meet homeowner preference.

Goodman high-efficiency furnace models are technologically advanced systems that integrate seamlessly with ComfortNet Communication™ systems, allowing homeowners to automate energy use and control it remotely. Lennox home heating system performance is both efficient and leading-edge thanks to the onboard SilentComfort™ and PowerSaver™ technologies. Trane energy-efficient furnaces are compatible with the popular  ComfortLink™ II remote temperature control, which enables the remote control of home comfort and energy use. KeepRite offers a large and versatile range of furnace types, 83% of which are ENERGY STAR certified. Carrier also has a comprehensive line of ENERGY STAR certified models that include innovative technology features.

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Proper installation is an important part of keeping your high-efficiency natural gas furnace in good operating condition. The unit you purchase must be the right size for your home, as a too-small furnace will use too much energy and increase your heating and cooling costs. The install itself must also be compatible with site conditions and meet all applicable building and safety codes. A licensed and certified HVAC technician can recommend the appropriate furnace size for your home and ensure that the install is done correctly.

High-Efficiency Furnace Pricing

Hamilton consumers can expect to pay anywhere from $2500 to $4200, depending on manufacturer, model, and any requested add-ons or upgrades. A professional installation will typically cost between $500 and $1500, making the total cost of a new natural gas furnace in Hamilton anywhere from $2700 – $5700.

Factors that influence on furnace pricing include:

  • The brand and model
  • Unit size and BTU output
  • Efficiency rating
  • Whether the furnace is single, two-stage, modulating, variable speed or multi-speed
  • Installation particulars, such as safety upgrades and age of your current system

If you buy a home heating system with higher BTU output and AFUE rating, you can expect to pay more. Installation particulars such as location, necessary safety upgrades, and age of your current system all influence the final cost. It is also more expensive to convert a furnace to propane or natural gas: a complete replacement is usually the cheaper option.

Financing Options

You don’t have to pay today: There are many different options when it comes to purchasing your new furnace or air conditioner. You can pay cash, or finance. By paying cash, you avoid paying any interest, but must have the money on hand. Financing is another option; payment terms are flexible between 12 months and 15 years and they will usually work with all kinds of credit.

General City Information

Snow, ice and sub-zero temperatures can’t keep Hamilton residents inside in the winter. Instead of hiding from the elements, the residents of Hamilton and Waterdown, Dundas, Ancaster, Stoney Creek, Binbrook, Beamsville, Caledonia, Winona, and Grimsby embrace them! From touring historic homes decorated for the holidays, skating at town hall to an annual Winterfest celebration, snow means fun for those who choose to call Hamilton home. To keep their homes comfortable all year, the over half a million residents who call this fair city home have at least 120 heating and cooling professionals at their service.

Hamilton & Surrounding Areas

  • Simcoe
  • Caledonia
  • Norwich
  • Brantford
  • Burlington
  • Brant
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