I just ordered a new Goodman forced air furnace to replace my old one which was putting out too much CO...
Furnace shipped to my door is $979.99
My first labor quote...
I figure it's at least $1000 too high.
2.5 man days, $300 electrician charge, permit/inspection, venting, CO detector, thermostat...
I was thinking:
2 guys can do it one day tops (I had a couple guys install one at night once during an emergency failure), plus permit/inspection, some PVC for the venting...
New furance but colder rooms
Replacing old Thermostat with Touchscreen Thermostat
Back out of signed HVAC proposal
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