As one of the budget brands in the heating industry, York furnace prices are significantly lower than flagship brands like Carrier and Bryant. That can be good or bad, depending on how you look at it, because York systems usually do not offer the high durability and lifespan of the more expensive brands. Nonetheless, York systems come with decent warranties, including a minimum 10-year warranty on parts across the entire line, and a decent reputation for reliability.
Like nearly all other heating brands, you won’t find York furnace prices listed by the manufacturer. What you’re charged is a combination of the unit and the cost to install the York furnace. We’ve gathered some recent prices, including the installation and system price packages, as well as the cost of the unit wholesale.
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AFUE stands for annual fuel utilization efficiency and is the primary factor in determining how much energy is converted into heat. In other words, it will allow you to calculate whether paying a higher price for a better system can lead to long-term savings down the road.
YORK FURNACE PRICES
Affinity Series York Furnace Prices
York’s Affinity Series include modulating burners and variable-speed blowers, as well as York’s ClimaTrak system, which allows changes to the furnace’s operating cycle. What does this mean? It means you can regulate the heat in your home more precisely, ensuring an even temperature throughout the house. The price of this extra comfort comes with extra cost, however. The Affinity Series also includes a lifetime warranty on the heat exchanger and a 10-year warranty on parts.
AFUE: 98% / Eligible for $200 energy efficiency tax credit
AFUE: 80% / Not eligible for $150 energy efficiency tax credit
LX Series York Furnace Prices
The York LX Series includes a modulating burner or variable speed burner–but not both like the Affinity Series–to help balance heat. Only the TM9M has the modulating burner for the most effective heat distribution and balance. These systems are set in a small 33-inch cabinet, which adds flexibility to the installation. The LX Series includes a 10-year warranty on parts and a 20-year warranty on the heat exchanger.
AFUE: 97% / Eligible for $150 energy efficiency tax credit / Includes modulating burner
TM9V | TM9T
AFUE: 96% / TM9V eligible for $200 energy efficiency tax credit / TM9T eligible for $150 energy efficiency tax credit
AFUE: 95.5% / Eligible for energy efficiency tax credits
TM8V | TM8T | TM8X
AFUE: 80% / Not eligible energy efficiency tax credits
Latitude Series York Furnace Prices
The Latitude Series includes York’s base models, without any bells and whistles. These systems include a small 33-inch cabinet for easy installation. The Latitude Series systems come with a 10-year warranty on parts and a 20-year warranty on the heat exchanger.
AFUE: 95.5% / Eligible for $150 energy efficiency tax credit
AFUE: 80% / Not eligible for energy efficiency tax credits