American Standard Furnace Prices

In comparison with other manufacturers American Standard gas furnace prices are competitive and affordable. Although American Standard heat pump prices are at various different levels, the costs associated are clearly presented to enable buyers to make a considered purchase. Customer feedback has shown that transparent charges lead to a better purchasing experience and greater satisfaction with the overall product and service provided. If you are considering purchasing a new heat pump you should compare American Standard heat pump prices and the various features and packages they offer.

American Standard furnace prices can range somewhere between $1,000 and $4,500 with the American Standard Platinum and Gold series being the more expensive line of products.

American Standard Platinum Series
American Standard Platinum Series is the premier gas furnace line of this manufacturer. Gas furnaces in this line offer high quality performance and comfort to ensure that the level of heat and humidity in the home remains balanced and can be set exactly to your needs. There are two models in the American Standard Platinum Series: the Platinum ZV and the Platinum SV. The Platinum ZV model is the most efficient with 95% AFUE. Prices for this model are between $1,800 and $3,000. The Platinum SV gas furnace has 80% AFUE and will cost around $1,000 to $2,300. Both American Standard gas furnaces in the Platinum range come with the following features:

  • Heating at variable speeds for better heat balance
  • AccuLink Communication System
  • Comfort-R Humidity Control
  • Insulated heavy steel cabinet for quiet operation
  • Lifetime warranty for heat exchanger
  • 10-year parts warranty

American Standard Gold Series
The Gold ZM is American Standard’s most efficient (and most expensive) gas furnace with 96.7% AFUE and comes with all the same features as the models in the Platinum Series. Below is a list of contractor wholesale American Standard prices for the Gold ZM unit:

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

The American Standard Gold Series also consists of the following models:

Gold XM Gas Furnace – prices range from $1,600 and $2,500

  • 93% AFUE
  • Two-stage heating for reasonably good heat balance

Gold SI Gas Furnace – prices range from $1,500 and $2,000

  • 92% AFUE
  • Single-stage heating for respectable heat balance

Gold SM Gas Furnace – prices range from $1,000 – $1,800

  • 80% AFUE
  • Single-stage heating for respectable heat balance

All furnace models in the Gold series are equipped with an insulated heavy steel cabinet for quiet operation and a 10-year parts warranty. The Gold ZM, XM and SI units come with a lifetime heat exchanger warranty while the Gold SM gas furnace comes with a 20-year warranty for the heat exchanger.

American Standard Silver Series
American Standard gas furnaces in the Silver Series are relatively inexpensive and operate using single-stage heating. Although these single-stage models are not as effective at producing balanced heat and humidity in the home as dual-stage or modulating heat units, they still offer high efficiency ratings comparable to premium furnace units. You can get a furnace in the Silver Series for as little as $1,200 (American Standard Silver SI Furnace, 47,000 btu, 80% AFUE). Some models in this range come with a lifetime heat exchanger warranty and 10-year parts warranty while others come with a 20-year heat exchanger warranty and 5-year parts warranty. The Silver series are among the most commonly purchased American Standard furnaces by homeowners. They are a popular choice for homeowners who are planning to sell their home sometime in the near future.

If you’re looking to purchase an American Standard heat pump system there are authorized American Standard furnace dealers who can provide them. These systems are also offered by national distributors so you’ll want to compare prices before making a purchase. Depending on where you buy your heat pump you may want to obtain a few quotes from local dealers and national distributors. You should also review details regarding total costs since the price of the pump may not include professional installation. So when you obtain a quote, ask for installation costs to be included.

In many cases consumers who have had an American Standard heat pump would recommend them as they perform well and last a long time. Several have even mentioned that they are longtime supporters of the brand having owned their pump for 10 or more years before needing a replacement.