The Comfort Series is Carrier’s 2nd-tier models out of 4 and offers excellent efficiency and solid, reliable performance. They are a great choice for any homeowner concerned about the cost of the equipment while still looking to reduce their energy use and utility bills. Here’s the Carrier Comfort Series Model 25HCB3 heat pump price passed along to us via our Share an HVAC price form. It came from Lane in Winston Salem, North Carolina. Lane writes:
“We moved my elderly father into our home about 18 months ago. His home finally sold last fall and to celebrate he offered to buy us a new heating and cooling system. He said he’d do it if we promised to keep it warmer in here than we did last winter! Of course, I’m getting to that age where I like it pretty toasty too, so we agreed and are very appreciative.
We looked at several brands but concluded that Carrier had the best bang for the buck from the top tier of HVAC companies. Here’s the system and price:
Carrier Comfort Series Model 25HCB3 3 ton heat pump – complete system: $3,699
Installation: $3,400; Total: $7,099
Dad joked that the cost was a bit higher than the first oil furnace he had installed ‘a hundred years ago’ but he was good-natured about it. The system has done a good job heating our home and we expect it will perform well when the hot, sticky weather rolls in sometime in April.”
Thanks for the price and story Lane. That system should keep you all nice and warm for years to come. Here’s what is included on the Carrier Comfort Series Model 25HCB3:
Professional Installation Protects your Investment
While in a tough economy we all want to cut costs where we can, skimping on HVAC installation may cost you in the end. Improperly installed units may not function at peak performance or worse, they may present danger from wiring fires or in the case of gas furnaces, gas or carbon monoxide leaks. Having a qualified contractor install your system will ensure safe, dependable and efficient operation. When getting HVAC prices, research more than just the cost. Find out what you can about the contractor and consider their experience and reputation just as seriously as you consider the heat pump prices they quote you.