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## How many square feet does a 2 ton AC cool?

Units that are 2 tons can cool off **901-1200 square feet** spaces. via

## How many square feet can a 2.5 ton AC cool?

A 2.5-ton unit, then, theoretically would fit a **1,500-square-foot home**. via

## What size AC do I need for 1500 square feet?

Therefore, if your home is 1,500 square feet, your air conditioning unit should be **3.5 to four tons**. via

## How much should a 3 ton AC unit cost installed?

Installing a 3-ton AC unit averages **$3,800**. But this cost varies greatly and can be as high as $5,000 or more. Be sure to consult a pro to get the most accurate estimate for this project. via

## How many ton AC do I need for 1600 square feet?

Assuming the minimum cooling capacity of 400 square feet per ton for your HVAC unit, a 1600 square foot home will require **4.0 tons** of air conditioning to cool. Your HVAC unit will need to remove about 4.0 x 12,000 BTUs, or 48,000 BTUs, per hour to keep your home cool. via

## How much area does a 2 ton AC cover?

and **150 sq.** **ft.** -> 2-ton AC - Rooms bigger than 150 sq. ft. via

## How much does an air conditioner cost for a 1300 sq ft home?

For a 1,300 to 1,600 square ft home you would want a 2.5 ton AC unit and the average installation cost would be around **$3,570** with the unit alone costing around $1,285. via

## How long do central AC last?

Though the lifespan of a home air conditioner varies based on many factors, those that are well-maintained should last **10 to 15 years**. And by completing regular checkups and repairs – both big and small – many systems can last even longer. via

## How much does an AC unit cost for a 2000 sq ft home?

Installation of a central AC into a 2000 sq. ft. home would cost anywhere **between $3,000 to $6,000**. via