You deserve a cool and comfortable home and/or business. And that means ensuring that your air conditioning unit is durable and dependable in the warmer months. If your air conditioner is taking too long to cool, too loud, or driving up the energy bill, now is the time to take care of it. Fortunately in many cases, you may just need to replace your air conditioning unit, not the entire AC set. After all, if you’ve been practicing good maintenance, many of the existing accessories may still be in great shape!
We stock different standalone 2.5 ton AC units, perfect for a medium-sized home or commercial space. We also offer ETL-listed and AHRI-certified air conditioner models in various SEER efficiency ratings, making them a perfect fit if you have already installed a Goodman unit kit in the past! Shopping for something quieter or more energy efficient? We have options.
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Understanding the cooling power of air conditioners is important, and that cooling power is expressed in tonnage for central AC units. Central air conditioners are available in various sizes ranging from 1 ton to 5 tons, with some even going beyond that threshold. 2.5 ton AC units are near the middle of the pack, offering enough cooling power for a 1,500 sq ft home.
For larger homes, 3.5 ton AC units may be a better solution, as they can cool homes up to 2,100 sq ft. However, it’s important to properly size your air conditioner so you’re not wasting money on installation or cooling costs. A 2.5 ton AC unit costs less than a larger unit to install and operate, so proper sizing can save you significant money.
After 15 to 20 years of consistent cooling, most AC units begin to fail. If your 2.5 ton AC unit is on its way out and you’re considering replacing it, chances are cost is a top concern. So, how much does a 2.5 ton AC unit cost to replace? On average, a 2.5 ton AC unit costs about $1,525, although you’ll have to add an additional $1,000 or so for installation. Ductwork will also run you about $10 per linear foot.
Keep in mind that some 2.5 ton AC units cost more than 3 ton AC units. Efficiency is also a big factor when it comes to the price of an AC unit, so expect to pay more for AC units with higher SEER ratings. A technician can help you choose the best AC unit for your space that fits your budget.
For most homeowners, a 2 ton or 2.5 ton air conditioner is a perfect size. These AC units are large enough to cool the average home, but they’re more affordable to install and operate than larger units. The widespread availability of 2.5 ton air conditioners means you can find them at great prices, plus it’s easy to find replacement parts.
Small homes in cool climates can get away with using 2 ton AC units, but that’s generally the lowest you want to go. However, some homes do use 1 ton and 1.5 ton AC units. If you’re not sure what size is best for your home, ask a technician to help size your AC so you’re not overspending or sacrificing cooling power.