This oil furnace price list provides complete pricing along with features and efficiency levels, so you can fully evaluate each American Standard oil furnace. The prices we offer are not straight from American Standard but are gathered through reader input as well as our monitoring of the market. We give you all the facts to help you make an informed decision about your next oil furnace. See our oil furnace reviews for other brands and models you may want to consider.
American Standard Oil Furnace Prices
American Standard makes just 2 oil furnaces. One of them is part of the top of the line Platinum Series and the other is part of the lower-cost Silver Series.
American Standard Platinum Series XV Oil Furnace, 82.7% AFUE
This is a variable-speed oil furnace that will help produce a more comfortable home than a single-speed model will. The blower comes on low as the air in the combustion chamber is heating up. Only when fully heated does the blower switch to high. You don’t get blasts of partially-heated air at the beginning of the cycle. The fan ramps down again as the furnace cools at the end of the cycle. This unit is built in an 87,000 BTU model only.
87,000 BTU Platinum Series XV oil furnace w/ 4-ton blower: $1,889
87,000 BTU Platinum Series XV oil furnace w/ 3-ton blower: $1,659
American Standard Silver Series SI Oil Furnace
The Silver SI oil furnace offers a lower price point but still has a very good efficiency rating of 82.9. The primary difference is the single-speed fan that runs at full capacity all the time. You may notice cool air coming from your heating grates at the beginning and end of the cycle, and slight temperature fluctuations between cycles. If you can live with that, and want to save a significant amount on the cost of the unit, this furnace is a good value.
87,000 BTU Silver SI oil furnace w/ 4-ton blower: $1,639
87,000 BTU Silver SI oil furnace w/ 3-ton blower: $1,519
Choosing your American Standard Oil Furnace
It’s worth mentioning that most companies offer more sizes in their oil furnaces. A qualified contractor can let you know if an 87,000 BTU furnace is right for your home or whether you need a larger furnace. Rheem, for example, makes oil furnaces up to 154,000 BTU. See our HVAC reviews for more options.
If you want the added comfort of a variable-speed fan, choose the Platinum model. For cost savings, the Silver SI oil furnace is an outstanding choice. Both American Standard oil furnaces are backed by solid warranties and should give you 20+ years of service.