What Do Bryant Furnaces Cost?

 

Here is a list of Bryant furnace prices. We have the prices seperated by installation cost and unit price.

Bryant Evolution Series

Evolution System Plus 95S Gas Furnace

Key aspects:

  • 95% AFUE
  • PerfectSense modulating gas and valve burner for balance heat and humidity
  • QuieTech technology for quiet operation
  • Lifetime heat exchanger warranty
  • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

  • About $3,750 to $13,000

Contractors’ wholesale purchase cost:

  • 60,000 Btu: About $2,400
  • 80,000 Btu: About $2,500
  • 100,000 Btu: About $2,600
  • 120,000 Btu: About $2,800

 

Evolution System Plus 90I Gas Furnace

Key aspects:
  • 96.6% AFUE
  • Perfect Heat 2-stage gas and valve burners for even heat
  • QuieTech technology for quiet operation
  • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

  • About $3,750 to $13,000

Contractors’ wholesale purchase cost:

  • 80,000 Btu: About $2,500
  • 100,000 Btu: About $2,600
  • 120,000 Btu: About $2,800

 

Evolution System THE Plus 80V Gas Furnace

Key aspects:
  • 80% AFUE
  • Perfect Heat 2-stage gas and valve burners for even heat
  • QuieTech technology for quiet operation
  • 20-year heat exchanger warranty
  • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

  • About $2,900 to $12,000

Contractors’ wholesale purchase cost:

  • 66,000 Btu: About $1,600
  • 88,000 Btu: About $1,625
  • 110,000 Btu: About $1,700
  • 132,000 Btu: About $1,750
  • 154,000 Btu: About $1,775

 

Preferred Series

Preferred Series Plus 95i Gas Furnace

Key aspects:

  • 95% AFUE
  • Perfect Heat 2-stage gas and valve burners for even heat
  • QuieTech technology for quiet operation
  • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

  • About $2,900 to $12,000

Contractors’ wholesale purchase cost:

  • 66,000 Btu: About $1,600
  • 88,000 Btu: About $1,650
  • 110,000 Btu: About $1,725
  • 132,000 Btu: About $1,775
  • 154,000 Btu: About $1,800

 

Preferred Series Plus 90t

Key aspects:
  • 93% AFUE
  • Perfect Heat 2-stage gas and valve burners for even heat
  • QuieTech technology for quiet operation

Cost including installation:

  • About $2,400 to $11,500

Contractors’ wholesale purchase cost:

  • 37,000 Btu: About $1,200
  • 67,000 Btu: About $1,450
  • 127,000 Btu: About $2,000

 

Preferred Series Plus 80X / 80T Gas Furnace

Key aspects:
  • 80% AFUE
  • QuieTech technology for quiet operation
  • 20-year warranty on the heat exchanger
  • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

  • About $2,600 to $11,000

Contractors’ wholesale purchase cost:

  • 44,000 Btu: About $1,375
  • 66,000 Btu: About $1,450
  • 88,000 Btu: About $1,475
  • 110,000 Btu: About $1,550
  • 132,000 Btu: About $1,650

 

Bryants Legacy Line

Legacy Line 95 Gas Furnace

Key aspects:
  • 95% AFUE
  • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

  • About $2,700 to $11,500

Contractors’ wholesale purchase cost:

  • 40,000 Btu: About $1,500
  • 60,000 Btu: About $1,600
  • 80,000 Btu: About $1,650
  • 100,000 Btu: About $1,700
  • 120,000 Btu: About $1,750

 

Legacy Line Plus 90 Gas Furnace

Key aspects:
  • 95.5% AFUE
  • QuieTech technology for quiet operation
  • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

  • About $2,750 to $11,000

Contractors’ wholesale purchase cost:

  • 40,000 Btu: About $1,550
  • 60,000 Btu: About $1,650
  • 80,000 Btu: About $1,700
  • 100,000 Btu: About $1,750
  • 120,000 Btu: About $1,800

 

Legacy Line 90 Gas Furnace

Key aspects:
  • 92% AFUE
  • 10-year parts warranty

Cost including installation:

  • About $2,750 to $11,500

Contractors’ wholesale purchase cost:

  • 40,000 Btu: About $1,550
  • 60,000 Btu: About $1,600
  • 80,000 Btu: About $1,650
  • 100,000 Btu: About $1,700
  • 120,000 Btu: About $1,800

 

Legacy Line 80 Gas Furnace

Key aspects:

  • 80% AFUE
  • 10-year parts warranty
  • “Plus” versions of this model include QuieTech, a 20-year warranty on the heat exchanger, and a 5-year warranty on parts

Cost including installation:

  • About $2,400 to $10,500

Contractors’ wholesale purchase cost:

  • 44,000 Btu: About $1,150
  • 66,000 Btu: About $1,200
  • 88,000 Btu: About $1,250
  • 110,000 Btu: About $1,270
  • 132,000 Btu: About $1,300
  • 154,000 Btu: About $1,350

 

Video:  New 2012 Bryant Legacy Line 90 Gas Furnace


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Bryant Furnace Prices - What Do They Cost?
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List of prices on various Bryant furnace models.
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