HVAC Installation & Replacement
*With the purchase of any furnace, air conditioner, heat pump or ductless system (value of up to $750). Ends September 11.
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HVAC Installation Process & Pricing
1 Free In-Home Consultation
- Browse some of the available HVAC system options, shown above
- Book an appointment with a Home Depot Installer to discuss your home comfort needs and get an estimate
2 Professional Installation
- Once the estimate has been approved, your installation appointment can be scheduled
- They will deliver and install your new HVAC system, along with related equipment, if applicable
3 Follow-Up Inspection
- Your Installer will return at a later date to ensure your new HVAC system is working well
- They will discuss and recommend a regular maintenance schedule
HVAC Installation Cost
Purchased and Installed through Home Services
|Financing Available through Project Loan
Excluding residents of Quebec
Cost (including tax)*
Monthly Loan Payment for Fixed 60-Month Term;
|Furnace: Trane S9X2||$3,100||$61.36|
|Air Conditioner: Trane XR13||$2,900||$57.40|
|Heat Pump: Trane XL16i H/P||$6,200||$122.73|
|Ductless: Trane 4MXW23||$3,200
|* Above basic installation estimates based on Ontario pricing. Excludes residents of Quebec Residents in of other Provinces: See store associate for details. Actual price at time of purchase may vary.
|** On approved credit by FinanceIt Canada Inc. as agent for a third-party financial institution. The Home Depot Project Loan provides for a 6-month Shopping Period during which borrowers make interest-only payments at 6.99% APR. After the Shopping Period ends, the total amount outstanding converts to a term loan of fixed monthly payments at 6.99% APR that is amortized over (i) 60 months if the outstanding loan amount is $1,000 or more, or (ii) 12 months if the outstanding loan amount is $999.99 or less. Monthly Loan Payments shown assume a 6.99% APR for a fixed 60-month term. All figures are tax-inclusive examples and are provided for illustrative purposes only. They are based on the purchase and installation of the Trane S9X2 Gas Furnace, Trane XR13 Air Conditioner, Trane XL16i Central Heat Pump, and/or Trane 4MXW23 Ductless System. Figures presented exclude disposal of the previous HVAC unit, accessories, extended warranty costs and any applicable local fees. See homedepot.ca/projectloan for details.|
Why Choose Home Depot
We've got you covered.
Get guaranteed results with our insured, licensed Home Depot Installers. Our Installation Services are backed by a 1-year parts and labour limited warranty, and we offer an Extended Service Agreement that protects your HVAC system for up to 10 years.
Our team consists of licensed Home Depot Installers who have passed background checks, so you can be confident in their reputation and the quality of their work.
We provide flexible financing options that can help you better manage your budget for your home improvement projects with The Home Depot Consumer Card and The Home Depot Project Loan.
Frequently Asked Questions
- “HVAC” is an acronym for “Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning.” It refers to the various systems we use for heating and cooling. The Home Depot offers a full range of HVAC systems and components available for installation
- The cost of purchasing and installing a new heating or cooling unit will depend on a several factors unique to your home, such as square footage and your budget.
- The Home Depot offers a range of financing options to make your purchase as affordable and stress-free as possible. To find out more, contact us to schedule a free consultation with a Home Depot Installer
- High-efficiency HVAC systems are designed to use less energy to heat or cool your home. They don’t have to work as hard to do the same job as a lower-efficiency unit
- For example, a high-efficiency gas furnace rated at 96 per cent AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) is designed to deliver 96 per cent of the heat it produces to your home and lose just 4 per cent. An older system, at 80 per cent AFUE, loses 20 per cent
- Upgrading to a system that wastes less energy means you’re consuming less energy and, most likely, saving money
- Choosing between a gas furnace and central heat pump mainly depends on whether your home is set up for gas or electric heating
- Heat pumps are sometimes preferred over air conditioners because they provide heating in addition to cooling
- Ductless air conditioners and heat pumps are typically used for individual rooms and small spaces, while central air conditioners and central heat pumps are designed for a whole home
- The correct-sized HVAC unit depends on the square footage of your home, as well as the number of rooms; during your free, in-home consultation, a Home Depot Installer will help you find the right-sized HVAC system for your home
- Bigger is not necessarily better: an HVAC system that is too large for your home may not regulate temperature or humidity as efficiently or effectively as a correctly sized one. A mismatched system may also break down sooner
- If your gas furnace is taking too long to ignite, failing to deliver enough heat, showing signs of corrosion, producing odd smells (such as rotten eggs) or having frequent pilot light failures, replacement may be necessary
- For a central air conditioner or heat pump, look for: ineffective heating or cooling, excessive noise, buildup of moisture or humidity, longer run times or foul “burning” smells. All are likely signs you need to replace your aging system
- If a major fix is necessary, first determine whether repairs will be covered under warranty
- If your HVAC system is more than 10 years old, the cost of repairing or replacing a major component may not be worth it compared to investing in a new, more efficient unit
- With annual maintenance, an HVAC system should last for many years. Still, the efficiency of an HVAC unit can drop over time, meaning your utility bills go up
- An aging furnace may even pose a serious health risk to anyone living in your home: if the heat exchanger or flue pipes have cracked, it could be leaking carbon monoxide
- AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) is used for rating gas furnaces. It measures the percentage of heat produced versus the overall fuel consumed. Anything over 90 per cent is considered to be “high efficiency”
- SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) is used to measure the cooling efficiency of air conditioners and heat pumps. While all new units are rated 13.00 or higher, SEER ratings below 10.00 were common just a decade ago
- While removal of the old HVAC unit is covered as part of this service, disposal is not covered and must be arranged in advance of your installation
- Please note that additional charges may apply for disposal of your old HVAC unit
The Trane Difference
It's hard to stop a Trane.
We install Trane heating and cooling products, the long-lasting, residential systems that help create the best air possible for your home. Whether you need a new air conditioner, heat pump or furnace, a Trane system can help you take control of your home's indoor temperature.
Every Trane product is rigorously tested for reliability and durability. Trane knows their products work because they push them well beyond the industry standards, making sure they match the reliability people expect when they own a Trane. From the durable Climatuff® compressor to the exclusive Spine Fin™ coil to the revolutionary Hyperion™ air handler — and a number of other patented innovations — when you own a Trane, you are getting more than reliable comfort and you’re getting it year after year.
* Offer valid through The Home Depot Home Services in Canada only. Not valid in combination with any other offer or Local Pro. Some exceptions may apply. Offer valid for contracts signed between August 8 and September 11, 2019. Installation must be completed by October 11, 2019. Offer valid to Canadian residents only. We reserve the right to limit quantities to the amount reasonable for homeowners and our regular contractor customers. Call 1-800-Home Depot (1-800-466-3337) for a free in-home consultation. See store associate for details. PE918015