Bryant Furnace Prices: Compare Prices on Bryant's Complete Line

Total guide to Bryant furnace prices for the company's complete line, including unit price, installation cost, and free estimates

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Bryant, as a subsidiary of the Carrier corporation, is the low-end model of a high-end manufacturer. That still places Bryant above average in quality and reputation compared to other furnace brands. Bryant's furnace line is similar in features to its Bryant counterparts and Bryant furnace prices are generally a little less than Carrier systems of equal efficiency and size.

Bryant, like Carrier and most of other brands, does not list its prices anywhere for consumers to see. Bryant furnace prices are not set in stone. Rather, the company sells its furnaces wholesale at varying rates to contractors. The price you pay for your furnace is a combination between the installation cost and the price of the system.

The following guide to Bryant furnace prices includes costs of installation as well as wholesale system prices. Depending on your needs, your costs may not exactly equal what is listed here. For more specific Bryant furnace prices to match your needs, click here for four free estimates in 20 seconds from quality, licensed contractors in your area.

AFUE, or annual fuel utilization efficiency, is the main factor that determines long-term savings because it defines how much energy is converted into heat. For example, a 90% AFUE furnace turns 90% of the energy you give it into heat while the other 10% is wasted.

 

BRYANT FURNACE PRICES

Bryant Evolution Series

About: Bryant's Evolution Series marks the company's high-end models, built of the finest construction and support for its advanced Evolution Control and Thermidistat for temperature and humidity control. The Evolution's modulating and two-stage gas and valve burners help keep heat and humidity closer to set levels and improve heat balance. These systems generally have better warranties than the lower-end models.

Evolution System Plus 95S Gas Furnace

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Evolution 95S

Key aspects:

    • 95% AFUE
    • PerfectSense modulating gas and valve burner for balance heat and humidity
    • QuieTech technology for quiet operation
    • Lifetime heat exchanger warranty
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $3,750 to $13,000

Contractors' wholesale purchase cost:

    • 60,000 Btu: About $2,400
    • 80,000 Btu: About $2,500
    • 100,000 Btu: About $2,600
    • 120,000 Btu: About $2,800

Evolution System Plus 90I Gas Furnace

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Evolution Plus 90i

Key aspects:

    • 96.6% AFUE
    • Perfect Heat 2-stage gas and valve burners for even heat
    • QuieTech technology for quiet operation
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $3,750 to $13,000

Contractors' wholesale purchase cost:

    • 80,000 Btu: About $2,500
    • 100,000 Btu: About $2,600
    • 120,000 Btu: About $2,800

Evolution System THE Plus 80V Gas Furnace

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Evolution THE Plus 80V

Key aspects:

    • 80% AFUE
    • Perfect Heat 2-stage gas and valve burners for even heat
    • QuieTech technology for quiet operation
    • 20-year heat exchanger warranty
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,900 to $12,000

Contractors' wholesale purchase cost:

    • 66,000 Btu: About $1,600
    • 88,000 Btu: About $1,625
    • 110,000 Btu: About $1,700
    • 132,000 Btu: About $1,750
    • 154,000 Btu: About $1,775
 

Preferred Series

About:The Preferred Series is Bryant's middle of the road line, lacking some of the advanced features and lengthy warranties of the Evolution Series. These systems make use of standard thermostats. Some Preferred Series models come with two-stage gas and valve burners to help balance heat, all feature Bryant's QuieTech technology for quieter operation than traditional systems. Furnace prices for these Bryant systems are more affordable than the high-end models, however.

Preferred Series Plus 95i Gas Furnace>

Plus95i Furnace

Preferred Plus 95i

Key aspects:

    • 95% AFUE
    • Perfect Heat 2-stage gas and valve burners for even heat
    • QuieTech technology for quiet operation
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,900 to $12,000

Contractors' wholesale purchase cost:

    • 66,000 Btu: About $1,600
    • 88,000 Btu: About $1,650
    • 110,000 Btu: About $1,725
    • 132,000 Btu: About $1,775
    • 154,000 Btu: About $1,800

Preferred Series Plus 90t

Preferred Plus 90t

Key aspects:

    • 93% AFUE
    • Perfect Heat 2-stage gas and valve burners for even heat
    • QuieTech technology for quiet operation

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,400 to $11,500

Contractors' wholesale purchase cost:

    • 37,000 Btu: About $1,200
    • 67,000 Btu: About $1,450
    • 127,000 Btu: About $2,000

Preferred Series Plus 80X / 80T Gas Furnace

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Preferred Plus 80X

Key aspects:

    • 80% AFUE
    • QuieTech technology for quiet operation
    • 20-year warranty on the heat exchanger
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,600 to $11,000

Contractors' wholesale purchase cost:

    • 44,000 Btu: About $1,375
    • 66,000 Btu: About $1,450
    • 88,000 Btu: About $1,475
    • 110,000 Btu: About $1,550
    • 132,000 Btu: About $1,650
 

Bryant Legacy Line

About: Bryant's Legacy Line--not "Series" like its Preferred and Evolution models--comprises the company's lower tier systems. The Legacy Line does not include modulating or two-stage valve and gas burners, which help balance heat. The materials used in these systems tend to be of lower quality than Bryant's higher-end systems, which leads the way for the shorter warranties included with these units. However, Bryant furnace prices for these systems are very affordable.

Legacy Line 95 Gas Furnace

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Legacy 95

Key aspects:

    • 95% AFUE
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,700 to $11,500

Contractors' wholesale purchase cost:

    • 40,000 Btu: About $1,500
    • 60,000 Btu: About $1,600
    • 80,000 Btu: About $1,650
    • 100,000 Btu: About $1,700
    • 120,000 Btu: About $1,750

Legacy Line Plus 90 Gas Furnace

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Legacy Plus 90

Key aspects:

    • 95.5% AFUE
    • QuieTech technology for quiet operation
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,750 to $11,000

Contractors' wholesale purchase cost:

    • 40,000 Btu: About $1,550
    • 60,000 Btu: About $1,650
    • 80,000 Btu: About $1,700
    • 100,000 Btu: About $1,750
    • 120,000 Btu: About $1,800

Legacy Line 90 Gas Furnace

Bryant Legacy 90 Price

Legacy 90

Key aspects:

    • 92% AFUE
    • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,750 to $11,500

Contractors' wholesale purchase cost:

    • 40,000 Btu: About $1,550
    • 60,000 Btu: About $1,600
    • 80,000 Btu: About $1,650
    • 100,000 Btu: About $1,700
    • 120,000 Btu: About $1,800

Legacy Line 80 Gas Furnace

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Legacy 80

Key aspects:

    • 80% AFUE
    • 10-year parts warranty
    • "Plus" versions of this model include QuieTech, a 20-year warranty on the heat exchanger, and a 5-year warranty on parts

Cost including installation:

    • About $2,400 to $10,500

Contractors' wholesale purchase cost:

    • 44,000 Btu: About $1,150
    • 66,000 Btu: About $1,200
    • 88,000 Btu: About $1,250
    • 110,000 Btu: About $1,270
    • 132,000 Btu: About $1,300
    • 154,000 Btu: About $1,350

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