Split Air System: Product Guide & List Prices : Packaged Heat Pump - Royal Oak, MI

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Cost Of New Air Conditioner And Heater

Cost Of A New GPC1436M41A

$2,481.00
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How to choose the right Packaged Heat Pump, will GPC1436M41A work for me?

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What would it cost to repair GPC1436M41A

If you are looking for Air Conditioner Company & HVAC Technicians that serve in and around Royal Oak for installations and repairs, here are some certified companies in your neighborhood:

Average cost to repair GPC1436M41A - Air Conditioner With Heater :

Depending on the issue you are having with GPC1436M41A (whether its low on refrigerant or if the compressor quit working for example), it can range from $50 service call to $500 on repair cost.

Typical cost to install GPC1436M41A - Residential AC & Heat Pumps :

Based on your geographical location and depending upon how many contractors in town are competing for your job, this can typically range from $500- $1100 per room basis.

Cost of Maintenance for GPC1436M41A :

Typically maintenance cost on GPC1436M41A is minimal, it may only need cleaning on monthly basis. Unless you need air filters that can range from $10-$100 in some cases depending upon brand and availibility.

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LINDA G
5-star Fantech Bathroom Exhaust Fan Sep 12, 2016

Each unit is made to order - it took almost 2 months for delivery. Unit is well made and quite quiet. Installation was straight forward although no instructions were included (I obtained them online to be sure wire connections were correct.) So far it is working perfectly.

Ben Parker
5-star Warm Heat Jul 12, 2016

Installed this modine in 700sq ft basement. It does the job.

DIANE TORRES
5-star Surprised Nov 05, 2016

My neighbor just spent $3500.00 having a new furnace put on, which for me was out of the question...I bought your furnace (same size) for $575.00 delivered to my door. I'm 75 years old and had it installed and running in 6 hours complete. And that's for changing electric, gas lines, upper plenum and lower base. The unit is quiet and efficient, I couldn't be more happy saving about $3,000.00. Only time will tell how long it will last but I found no shortcuts on the quality of construction..would... more

John Maier
5-star A Great Little Fan Sep 17, 2016

I bought this in-line fan to pump warm air into a chase containing hot and cold water pipes. When outdoor temperatures drop below 15 degrees Fahrenheit, the air in the chase falls below freezing, so I was worried that the pipes would freeze. This little fan together with flex duct (I stripped away the outer insulation) solved the problem. I have a thermostat in the chase and a control system that turns on the fan when the chase temperature drops below 40 degrees F. Now I can spend time... more

Jack Williams
5-star My First Mini Split Jun 08, 2016

Excellent equipment

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