New Boiler Installation Cost Calculator and Estimator
The cost for a new condensing boiler is $2,100 to $7,500, on average. Non-condensing boilers are more budget-friendly, from $1,700 to $5,500, but they are less energy efficient because they do not reclaim exhaust fumes to reduce external heat loss as condensing boilers do.
You’ll need to allocate a good portion of your budget to labor, about $1,700 to $2,800. You’ll usually hire an HVAC professional for this project, although it may vary by location. HVAC professionals charge $85 to $135 an hour, with some companies charging up to $250 an hour. Expect labor to come in at a flat rate, with two technicians completing the job in a few hours.
High Efficiency Boiler Cost Based On Climate Zone
The size of your condensing boiler, and consequently its costs will depend on the climate zone you live in.
For example, in warm states like Florida, Louisiana, Georgia, and Texas, you only need a 60K BTU condensing boiler to heat a 2,000 sq. ft. house. Therefore the cost of this boiler will be lower than the national average: $5,430-8,410
By contrast, if you live in one of the cold states, like Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, etc, you will need a 110K BTU boiler that will cost $6,370 – 9,660.
Process To Get Boiler Installation Cost Estimate Report
Here I am going to share some steps to get your boiler installation cost estimate report.