Asked by: España Kollermeierasked in category: General Last Updated: 26th May, 2020
How much does it cost to replace an AC unit in a condo?
|Air conditioning installation costs|
|National average cost||$2,500|
|Average range||$1,000 - $3,000|
Besides, how much does it cost to replace a AC unit?
The cost to replace a central air conditioner is about $5,000. However, this price varies depending on the size of your home and the difficulty of the project. It can cost as much as $12,500 to replace an AC unit. The labor required to remove and dispose of the old system adds to the price.
Beside above, can I just replace my outside AC unit? Often, a technician will recommend that you replace both the inside and outside portions of the air conditioner, but there are some exceptions to this. For example, if the air conditioner is relatively new and under warranty, your manufacturer may provide you with a new completely compatible unit at little or no cost.
Regarding this, how much does it cost to replace a 2.5 ton AC unit?
Average AC Unit Prices by Size or Capacity
|Central AC Unit Size||AC & Coil||AC & Coil Installed Cost|
|2 Tons, 24,000 btu||$1,490||$2,690|
|2.5 Tons, 30,000 btu||$1,525||$2,695|
|3 Tons, 36,000 btu||$1,650||$2,990|
|3.5 Tons, 42,000 btu||$1,780||$3,250|
Is your AC unit covered under homeowners insurance?
Homeowners insurance policies don't cover AC malfunctions caused by lack of maintenance, general wear and tear, or accidents. Generally, a central AC unit will be considered part of your home's structure, while a window unit is covered as "personal property" rather than as part of the structure of the home.