Coleman has been a reliable manufacturer of products that make life more comfortable and enjoyable, and the Coleman Echelon Series Model AC5B central air conditioner fits that description. It is part of Coleman’s top of the line series that delivers high efficiency along with excellent performance. Sandra in Shreveport, LA posted her Coleman Echelon Series Model AC5B 15 SEER central air conditioner price using our Share an HVAC Price page and we’re happy to have it. Use this and other HVAC prices on our site to compare brands and costs before you make your next purchase.
“Our air conditioner gets a workout down here in the swamp and it didn’t surprise me when our 9 year old unit called it quits last fall. I wasn’t ready to replace the furnace which was the same age, but the blower motor is only 4 years old because the original one failed and was replaced under warranty.
I shopped around for the best central air conditioner prices I could find and landed on the Coleman Echelon Series Model AC5B. I wanted high efficiency without paying an arm and a leg for those really expensive brands. Since I’m selling the house in a few years, I hope, I didn’t want to spend too much money I’ll never get back. A couple of the people I got quotes from really pushed to replace the furnace as well, saying the efficiency of the new air conditioner would suffer, etc. The Coleman dealer was such a gentleman and was the only one who assured me I would still get the expected efficiency or ‘very close to it’ he said. So I went with the Coleman Echelon AC5B 15. I ran it for a month last fall, but not heavily. It seemed to work just great. I’m ready for the hot and sticky weather to start here any time! From the other prices I’ve seen on this site I think I got a good deal on a high-quality model:
4 ton Coleman Echelon Series Model AC5B a/c: $1,459
According to the sales brochures, here’s what I got for my 2600 bucks:
Protect your Investment with Professional Installation
The best way to get the peak performance from you central air conditioner is to hire a qualified contractor to install it. Don’t try to cut corners by doing it yourself or hiring a ‘handyman’ to do it. Improperly installed central air conditioners don’t work as efficiently and break down more often. The best investment is to find a contractor with good experience and a great reputation and let them do what they are trained to do. You’ll save money on energy costs by getting maximum efficiency and you’ll probably get more years of service from the Coleman Echelon Series Model AC5B!