Gas Furnaces (cont.) Add the cost of piping, electrical connection and vent. See pipe costs in the Commercial and Industrial section of this manual. For more detailed coverage of gas heating, see the National Plumbing & HVAC Estimator, http://CraftsmanSiteLicense.com.
Direct vent gas wall furnace. Includes wall thermostat. No electricity required. Includes vent kit to outside wall. By input Btu rating. Natural gas or propane fired. [view picture]
    10,000 Btu PM@2.98 Ea 539.00 127.00 666.00
    14,000 Btu PM@2.98 Ea 580.00 127.00 707.00
    22,000 Btu PM@2.98 Ea 771.00 127.00 898.00
    22,000 Btu, high altitude PM@2.98 Ea 666.00 127.00 793.00
    25,000 Btu PM@2.98 Ea 699.00 127.00 826.00
    30,000 Btu PM@2.98 Ea 713.00 127.00 840.00
    35,000 Btu PM@2.98 Ea 800.00 127.00 927.00
    Add for blower PM@.500 Ea 137.00 21.30 158.30
    Add for gas valve for thermostat PM@.250 Ea 134.00 10.70 144.70
Gas floor furnace, including vent at $80, valve and wall thermostat
    30 MBtu input, 24 MBtu output PM@7.13 Ea 1,140.00 304.00 1,444.00
    50 MBtu input, 35 MBtu output PM@8.01 Ea 1,300.00 342.00 1,642.00
    Add for furnace serving two rooms — % 30.0 — —
    Add for spark ignition — LS 75.50 — 75.50
Forced air upflow gas furnace with electronic ignition. Includes vent at $100, typical piping, at $50, thermostat at $40 and distribution plenum at $100. No ducting included.
        50 MBtu input, 48 MBtu output PM@7.13 Ea 3,710.00 304.00 4,014.00
        75 MBtu input, 70 MBtu output PM@7.13 Ea 3,900.00 304.00 4,204.00
    100 MBtu input, 92 MBtu output PM@7.80 Ea 4,130.00 333.00 4,463.00
    125 MBtu input, 113 MBtu output PM@7.80 Ea 4,410.00 333.00 4,743.00
    Add for liquid propane models — LS 380.00 — 380.00
    Add for time control thermostat — Ea 120.00 — 120.00
Ductwork for forced air furnace. Sheet metal, 6 duct and 2 air return residential system, with typical elbows and attaching boots.
    4" x 12" registers, and 2" R-5 insulation SW@22.1 LS 1,150.00 915.00 2,065.00
    Add for each additional duct run SW@4.20 Ea 248.00 174.00 422.00
    Fiberglass flex duct, insulated, 8" dia. SW@.012 LF 5.00 .50 5.50
Suspended space heater, fan-forced, with tubular aluminum heat exchanger, mounting brackets and gas valve. Includes vent to 30' at $100, typical gas piping, at $50, and thermostat, at $40.
    30 MBtu input, 24 MBtu output PM@2.75 Ea 950.00 117.00 1,067.00
    45 MBtu input, 36 MBtu output PM@2.75 Ea 1,050.00 117.00 1,167.00
    60 MBtu input, 48 MBtu output PM@2.75 Ea 1,120.00 117.00 1,237.00
    75 MBtu input, 60 MBtu output PM@2.75 Ea 1,240.00 117.00 1,357.00
Evaporative coolers, for roof installation. Add $110 for an electrical switch and connection and $90 for a recirculation pump and mounting hardware.
    3,000 CFM, down draft PM@11.1 Ea 362.00 473.00 835.00
    3,000 CFM, side draft PM@11.1 Ea 362.00 473.00 835.00
    4,000 CFM, side draft PM@11.1 Ea 426.00 473.00 899.00
    4,300 CFM, down draft PM@11.1 Ea 457.00 473.00 930.00
    5,500 CFM, down draft PM@11.1 Ea 538.00 473.00 1,011.00
    5,500 CFM, side draft PM@11.1 Ea 362.00 473.00 835.00
Window type air conditioners High-efficiency 115 volt units, adjustable thermostat, with remote. Labor is for installation in an existing wall opening, connected to an existing electric outlet.
            5,000 Btu, 150 SF room [view picture] PM@.751 Ea 140.00 32.00 172.00
            8,000 Btu, 340 SF room PM@.751 Ea 240.00 32.00 272.00
        10,000 Btu, 450 SF room PM@.751 Ea 300.00 32.00 332.00
        15,000 Btu, 800 SF room PM@.751 Ea 410.00 32.00 442.00
        25,000 Btu, 1,500 SF room, 240 V PM@.751 Ea 700.00 32.00 732.00

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