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

Folks in Sudbury know all too well the bitter chill that winter can dole out. With temperatures below 0 degrees upwards of 170 days a year, you need a home heating system that you can rely on to keep you cozy through the long winter.

Average* furnace price in Sudbury (including install):

$2,900 – $4,500

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

Sudbury Furnace

Sudbury, Ontario In A Nutshell

Population: 165,175
Average Temp. (Summer): 24 degrees
Average Temp. (Winter): -17 degrees

Avg Unit Price

Value range: $2,400 + GOODMAN
Mid-range: $2,800 + AMANA
Premium: $3,400 + LENNOX
Rebates available: Yes

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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Purchasing a High-Efficiency Furnace

The Four Seasons Of Your Furnace

A long-lasting and efficient home heating system starts with professional installation and continues with regular, effective maintenance.

But, what maintenance needs to be done?

To demystify the maintenance process, we look at what you should be doing each season to keep your high-efficiency working at peak performance.

We only cover basic, routine maintenance of a gas or propane high-efficiency furnace that can be done easily, with just a few household items. More in-depth maintenance or repairs should only be done by a qualified professional.

*Ensure that you have switched off the power to your furnace and that the gas is turned off before performing any routine maintenance. If you are unsure, don’t do it—hire a professional.

  • Have your HVAC system serviced.
  • Check your ducts to make sure that they are properly sealed.
  • Consider whether you would like to have your ducts cleaned in preparation for the months of heavy use ahead.
  • Vacuum the burners and the blower compartment.
  • Gently clean the blower blades with a vacuum and small brush.
  • Clean the pilot by gently blowing on it (focus your air flow using a drinking straw).
  • Once you start using your furnace, check the air filter once a month.
  • Change the air filter, as needed, but at a minimum, every 3 months.
  • Now that your home heating system is in full swing, recheck your ductwork, making sure that the ducts are well-sealed. Properly sealed ducts will prevent heat loss and result in higher energy costs.
  • After a significant snowfall, visually check the two plastic pipes going outside from your high-efficiency furnace (one is the exhaust and the other the intake). Pipes can frost over or can get plugged up with snow. Clear pipes to ensure that your furnace’s safety switch isn’t activated (the furnace will turn itself off if it cannot exhaust).
  • Check your air filter monthly.
  • Change the air filter, as needed, but at a minimum, every 3 months.
  • Have your HVAC system serviced, if you didn’t do so in autumn.
  • In early spring, your furnace may still be in use, if so, remember to keeping checking your air filter monthly.
  • Change the air filter, as needed, but at a minimum, every 3 months.
  • Prepare your air conditioning unit for the warmer months.

Turn your attention to maintaining your A/C unit.

Deals Available

Keep an eye out for end of season deals or early bird incentives to save money, or defer payments, on your new high-efficiency furnace.

Some local deals in Sudbury are:

  • 669 Heat: 5-year No Breakdown Guarantee with the $59 PTU special (with purchase of a maintenance plan)
  • Affordable payments on your new high-efficiency furnace and don’t pay anything for the first 6 months
  • Sudbury Furnace Dealers: Save $40 off a 12-point furnace tune-up

Government Rebates Available

  • Ontario Power Authority: Rebate of $250 for upgrading to an Energy Star model furnace
  • Hydro One: Hydro One offers $250 off a new high-efficiency furnace
  • Save On Energy: Receive up to $850 in furnace rebates
  • Union Gas: Qualify for up to $1,000 toward a new high-efficiency home heating system

Check our dedicated page regularly for the most up-to-date rebates on offer and save your money!

Popular Furnace Brands

  • Amana
  • Bryant
  • Carrier
  • Goodman
  • Lennox
  • Napoleon
  • Payne

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Start your new high-efficiency journey off right and invest in a professional installation by a qualified technician. Neglecting to do so can result in costly repairs down the line or a reduction in the efficiency or life of your unit. Some experts estimate that furnaces that are not properly installed can be up to 30% less efficient than they have designed to be.

A reputable HVAC company should stand by its work. When looking for the contractor that you would like to employ, don’t forget to ask if they guarantee their labour and installation for a fixed period of time or for the life of your unit. Some retailers may also offer a protection plan or yearly service plan, too.

High-Efficiency Furnace Pricing

The average furnace price in Sudbury (including install): $2,900 – $4,500

Financing Options

Many local HVAC contractors offer to finance to help you invest in a high-efficiency home heating system. Contractors may also offer lower monthly payments or payment deferrals to make financing more attractive. In the Sudbury area, you have many different options:

  • 669 Heat (through SNAP Financial)
  • Castle Sudbury (through Vista Credit)
  • Climate Control
  • Affordable payments on your new high-efficiency furnace and don’t pay anything for the first 6 months

General City Information

Sudbury, the Gateway to Northern Ontario, has transformed itself from a bustling mining town to a major retail and commercial centre. It has a long, cold winter with chilly days and nights, often both below zero degrees. That doesn’t stop residents from finding fun, indoors and outdoors, all winter long. Whether it’s skating, ice fishing or learning all about science at Science North and Dynamic Earth, there’s plenty in Sudbury to keep you occupied.

Sudbury Surrounding Areas

  • North Bay (125 km)
  • Manitoulin Island (181 km)
  • Algonquin Provincial Park (251 km)
  • Sault Ste. Marie (314 km)

Popular Neighbourhoods

  • For families with children: Gatchell, Valley East, New Sudbury
  • For young professionals: Flour Mill, Elm West, Little Britain

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