How much will a heating unit cost?
Price is the most important factor that governs your choice for a heating system. Most often the high price also holds you back from considering for a replacement. But don’t be disappointed as for now the government is offering rebates for acquiring an efficient heating system. There are different models available in the market and on an average the price may vary from $15000 to $600. Once you purchase a unit you will also have to pay for its installation. It is always better to install the unit with the help of a professional. Installing the unit by your own will save you a few bucks but in fact you are risking your family’s life. The cost is not going to end after installation and purchase as you will have to check whether the insulation is done properly or else you will have to incur a higher operating cost.
With a programmable thermostat you can bring about considerable savings on your energy bills. There are various ways in which you can seal the heat inside your house for longer period of time. It is not wise to stick to your old heating unit as the operating cost will be high and when calculating the extra amount you pay every year for energy bills can be saved by installing or upgrading to a newer version. You can avail for government rebates for acquiring the latest ones at a lower price. Don’t back off by just hearing the cost of installation and purchase. The initial investment can be reimbursed within a year or two from the energy savings you are going to make by switching to newer units that functions more efficiently