American Standard Furnace Prices -- Pros, Cons, and Cost

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American Standard isn't among the most well known brands in the heating and cooling world, but it's widely considered among experts as one of the top tier brands. As a subsidiary of Trane, its a slightly less costly and less quality brand than Trane. That said, it's reputation is sound. The company backs with this with extensive warranties included with nearly all of its furnaces. American Standard furnace prices tend to be lower than Trane as well.

American Standard furnace prices aren't listed by the manufacturer. American Standard sells its furnaces to wholesale dealers or directly to large home improvement businesses at varying rates. Your American Standard furnace prices are a package deal for the installation as well as the unit. To give you a clearer view of your American Standard furnace cost, we've listed some recent prices for the furnace at wholesale prices as well as the predicted installation.

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When considering which furnace is best for you, know that AFUE may be the most important consideration for long-term furnace costs. AFUE, or annual fuel utilization efficiency, refers to how much energy is converted into heat. For example, a furnace with an AFUE of 92% will convert 92 of energy into heat while 8% goes to waste.

 

AMERICAN STANDARD FURNACE PRICES

American Standard Platinum Series

About: American Standard's premier line, the Platinum Series, is the pinnacle of comfort. Courtesy of modulating burners and advanced heat and humidity control, the Platinum Series is a near guarantee that you'll get balanced heat and humidity set exactly the levels you specify.

Platinum ZV Furnace

American Standard Furnace Prices

Platinum ZV

Key aspects:

    • 95% AFUE
    • Variable speed heating for improved heat balance
    • AccuLink Communicating System
    • Comfort-R Humidity Control
    • Heavy steel insulated cabinet for quiet operation
    • Lifetime heat exchanger warranty
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,900 to $13,000

Contractor's wholesale purchase cost:

    • 57,000 Btu: About $1,800
    • 75,000 Btu: About $1,950
    • 95,000 Btu: About $2,100

Platinum SV Furnace

American Standard Furnace Cost

Platinum SV

Key aspects:

    • 80% AFUE
    • Variable speed heating for improved heat balance
    • AccuLink Communicating System
    • Comfort-R Humidity Control
    • Heavy steel insulated cabinet for quiet operation
    • Lifetime heat exchanger warranty
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,400 to $12,000

Contractor's wholesale purchase cost:

    • 48,000 Btu: About $1,300
    • 80,000 Btu: About $1,400
    • 111,000 Btu: About $1,650

Platinum XV Oil Furnace

American Standard Furnaces

Platinum XV Oil

Key aspects:

    • 85% AFUE
    • Variable speed heating for improved heat balance
    • Comfort-R Humidity Control System
    • Lifetime heat exchanger warranty
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,500 to $10,000

Contractor's wholesale purchase cost:

    • About $1,400 to $1,800
 

American Standard Gold Series

About: American Standard's Gold Series is a mixed bag of high-end, efficient, reliable, and affordable systems. Included in the Gold Series is American Standard's most efficient (and most expensive) furnace: the Gold ZM. Most furnaces in the Gold Series do not offer the same level of control over heat and humidity, but what they lose in that department they make up for in affordable American Standard furnace prices.

Gold ZM Furnace

American Standard Gold ZM

Gold ZM

Key aspects:

    • 96.7% AFUE
    • Variable speed heating for improved heat balance
    • Comfort-R Humidity Control
    • Heavy steel insulated cabinet for quiet operation
    • Lifetime heat exchanger warranty
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $3,500 to $14,000

Contractor's wholesale purchase cost:

    • 58,000 Btu: About $2,200
    • 76,000 Btu: About $2,400
    • 95,000 Btu: About $2,650
    • 114,000 Btu: About $3,200

Gold XM Furnace

American Standard Gold XM

Gold XM

Key aspects:

    • 93% AFUE
    • Two-speed heating for moderately good heat balance
    • Heavy steel insulated cabinet for quiet operation
    • Lifetime heat exchanger warranty
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,750 to $12,500

Contractor's wholesale purchase cost:

    • About $1,650 to $1,950

Gold SI Furnace

American Standard Gold SI

Gold SI

Key aspects:

    • 92% AFUE
    • Single-stage heating for decent heat balance
    • Heavy steel insulated cabinet for quiet operation
    • Lifetime heat exchanger warranty
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,500 to $12,500

Contractor's wholesale purchase cost:

    • About $1,550 to $1,850

Gold SM Furnace

American Standard Gold SM

Gold SM

Key aspects:

    • 80% AFUE
    • Single-stage heat for decent heat balance
    • Heavy steel insulated cabinet for quiet operation
    • 20-year heat exchanger warranty
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,300 to $12,000

Contractor's wholesale purchase cost:

    • About $1,200 to $1,500
 

American Standard Silver Series

About: The Silver Series includes an inexpensive selection of systems that all come equipped with single-stage heating, which is not nearly as effective at balancing heat and humidity as dual-stage or modulating heat. However, some of these models offer high efficiency rates comparable to higher end models.

Silver ZI Furnace

American Standard Silver ZI

Silver ZI

Key aspects:

    • 96.7% AFUE
    • Single-stage heat for decent heat balance
    • Heavy steel insulated cabinet for quiet operation
    • Lifetime heat exchanger warranty
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,900 to $13,000

Contractor's wholesale purchase cost:

    • About $1,800 to $2,200

Silver XI Furnace

American Standard Silver XI

Silver XI

Key aspects:

    • 80% AFUE
    • Single-stage heat for decent heat balance
    • Heavy steel insulated cabinet for quiet operation
    • 20-year heat exchanger warranty
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,000 to $11,500

Contractor's wholesale purchase cost:

    • 47,000 Btu: About $1,000
    • 63,000 Btu: About $1,200
    • 96,000 Btu: About $1,400

Silver SI+ Furnace

American Standard Silver SI+

Silver SI+

Key aspects:

    • 80% AFUE
    • Single-stage heat for decent heat balance
    • Heavy steel insulated cabinet for quiet operation
    • 20-year heat exchanger warranty
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $1,950 to $11,000

Contractor's wholesale purchase cost:

    • About $950 to $1,300

Silver SI Furnace

American Standard Silver SI

Silver SI

Key aspects:

    • 80% AFUE
    • Single-stage heat for decent heat balance
    • 20-year heat exchanger warranty
    • 5-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $1,900 to $11,000

Contractor's wholesale purchase cost:

    • 47,000 Btu: About $850
    • 64,000 Btu: About $1,000
    • 96,000 Btu: About $1,200

Silver SI Oil Furnace

American Standard Silver SI Oil

Silver SI Oil

Key aspects:

    • 82.9% AFUE
    • Single-stage heat for decent heat balance
    • Lifetime heat exchanger warranty
    • 5-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $1,750 to $10,500

Contractor's wholesale purchase cost:

    • About $800 to $1,400

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