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York Gas Furnace Price List

 

Our York gas furnace price list provides a summary of the York furnace lineup along with sample pricing.  Our purpose is to give you gas furnace prices you can use to compare models on our site.  Be sure to see our gas furnace reviews and HVAC reviews as well in order to evaluate fully the models you are considering.

York makes 3 lines of furnaces.  The York Affinity furnaces are their best, followed by the York LX series and the York latitude series.  Here is an overview and pricing for each series.

York Affinity Series Gas Furnaces

Offered in 98% efficient and 80% efficient models, these flagship furnaces feature a modulating burner and variable-speed blower for optimal indoor comfort.  This is the direction all of the top manufacturers are going, including Maytag, Rheem, American Standard, Lennox and Carrier.  York was actually one of the first, along with its sister brand Coleman.  The modulating operation adjusts in 1% increments to keep temperatures very balanced throughout your home and regardless of the weather outside. That’s the most significant feature.  Here are others:

  • 98% AFUE models are Energy Star rated.
  • 98% efficient model are the York YP9C and York 9.C.
  • 80% efficient model is the York YPLC.
  • Compact design and multi-poise options make installation easier.
  • ClimaTrak technology works with variable blower to control humidity in all seasons.
  • Durable, quality components assure longevity and performance.
  • Lifetime heat exchanger limited warranty; 10-year parts limited warranty.

York Affinity Series Price List

Here are prices for both models.  If you live in a mild or warm climate, the 80% AFUE model will be more cost-effective because it costs about 20% less.

60,000 Btu York Affinity Series Model YP9C Gas Furnace: $1,599

80,000 Btu York Affinity Series Model YP9C Gas Furnace: $1,779

100,000 Btu York Affinity Series Model YP9C Gas Furnace: $1,869

 

60,000 Btu York Affinity Series Model York YPLC Gas Furnace: $1,289

80,000 Btu York Affinity Series Model York YPLC Gas Furnace: $1,449

100,000 Btu York Affinity Series Model York YPLC Gas Furnace: $1,569

 

York LX Series Gas Furnace

This series combines affordability with the level of efficiency you want.   Your options are the 95% AFUE York LX TM9X and the 80% efficient York TMLX/TM8X. these are single-stage furnaces that keep equipment costs down while providing reliable heating.  York covers them with a lifetime heat exchanger warranty and a 10-year parts warranty.  Here are prices for both models.

York LX Series Gas Furnace Price List

60,000 Btu 95% York LX Series TM9X gas furnace: $1,159

80,000 Btu 95% York LX Series TM9X gas furnace: $1,239

100,000 Btu 95% York LX Series TM9X gas furnace: $1,359

 

60,000 Btu 80% York LX Series TMLX/TM8X gas furnace: $1,029

80,000 Btu 80% York LX Series TMLX/TM8X gas furnace: $1,219

100,000 Btu 80% York LX Series TMLX/TM8X gas furnace: $1,279

 

York Latitude Series Gas Furnace

These 80% AFUE single-stage gas furnaces are budget-priced models that offer good durability.  They are useful in warmer climates or in locations that aren’t used heavily.  They are an affordable, dependable alternative to higher-priced models.

York Latitude Series Price List

60,000 Btu York Latitude TGLS/TG8S 80% Gas Furnace: $789

80,000 Btu York Latitude TGLS/TG8S 80% Gas Furnace: $859

100,000 Btu York Latitude TGLS/TG8S 80% Gas Furnace: $889

Summary

York is a competitive brand, though not one of the top 5 or so in terms of dependability and performance.  The prices aren’t top 5 either, so if you are looking for a reliable and affordable gas furnace for your home, second home, rental property or cabin, these are worth a look.  Use this York gas furnaces price list to compare with other brands you are considering.

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “York Gas Furnace Price List

  • January 10, 2019 at 1:51 pm
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    I have a York GY9S080B12UP11G gas furnace that is 14 years old. I have been told I have a crack in the secondary exchanger. Is this an issue I need to get repaired immediately or can I wait until warmer weather to have the entire furnace replaced.

  • January 26, 2019 at 3:47 pm
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    Make sure to check with several dealers before you purchase the price variances are very high between them

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