Aire-Flo offers low-cost ACs with decent quality and 12-15 years of service. Aire-Flo is a Lennox product and there are 2 models in the lineup. this Aire-Flo air conditioners price list gives complete pricing for both models.
The Aire-Flo 4AC14L Series is a 14 SEER, single-stage model while the Aire-Flo 4AC13L Series is a single-stage 13 SEER model. See our HVAC reviews to learn more about each model or to compare them with other value brands like Goodman, Coleman and Payne.
Aire-Flo Air Conditioners Prices
The Aire-Flo 4AC14L Series offers 14 SEER cooling for climates with summers that are not very hot. In warm climates, you’ll probably want a more efficient AC. This unit is offered in 7 models from 1.5-5 tons.
1.5 ton Aire-Flo 4AC14L18 central air conditioner: $979
2 ton Aire-Flo 4AC14L24 central air conditioner: $1,069
2.5 ton Aire-Flo 4AC14L30 central air conditioner: $1,149
3 ton Aire-Flo 4AC14L36 central air conditioner: $1,219
3.5 ton Aire-Flo 4AC14L42 central air conditioner: $1,339
4 ton Aire-Flo 4AC14L48 central air conditioner: $1,469
5 ton Aire-Flo 4AC14L60 central air conditioner: $1,739
The Aire-Flo 4AC13L Series AC is popular for use in residences, cottages, cabins, workshops, guest apartments and rental properties. It’s a good choice when low cost is more important than high efficiency. It’s not a good fit for heavy use in warm or hot areas. Here are the air conditioner prices for this model.
1.5 ton Aire-Flo 4AC134AC14L18P central air conditioner: $739
2 ton Aire-Flo 4AC134AC14L24P central air conditioner: $759
2.5 ton Aire-Flo 4AC134AC14L30P central air conditioner: $839
3 ton Aire-Flo 4AC134AC14L36P central air conditioner: $889
3.5 ton Aire-Flo 4AC134AC14L42P central air conditioner: $969
4 ton Aire-Flo 4AC134AC14L48P central air conditioner: $1,129
5 ton Aire-Flo 4AC134AC14L60P central air conditioner: $1,299
Choosing your Aire-Flo Air Conditioner
There isn’t as much choice with Aire-Flo as you get with most brands. These models are Lennox’s effort to provide products for those looking for an inexpensive air conditioner. They are not the best choice for heavy use, especially not in warm climates where they would lead to high cooling bills.
They are a low-cost, decent-quality AC that should last 12-15 years when used regularly, longer with spot use in cottages, guest apartments and similar locations.