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Bryant Follows Lennox And Trane With Prices Increase Announcement

Posted by AC Contractor on December 11, 2014 at 8:25 PM

It is the Holiday Season and among the things we can typically expect in the HVAC industry are price increase announcements from the manufacturers. Many of us were optimistic the increases would be little no none because of the recent drop in oil prices. As much as half of the cost of the equipment is in distribution, thus our expectations. Earlier last month, Trane announced their price increase which also included American Standard brand equipment. Soon after Lennox followed with their price increase announcement. Earlier this week we received the announcement from Bryant and Payne that residential equipment would increase as much as five percent in 2015. Below is the announcement:

 

CE Mid-Atlantic will increase prices up to 5% on most Bryant and Payne branded residential and small package products and accessories effective January 1st, 2015.


The following increases will apply to the products listed below:


Outdoor Units Percentage Increase Models

Legacy Series 5% 113, 116, 213, 215

Preferred and Evolutions Series 5% 126,186, 187, 180, 225, 285, 286, 289

18VS and 19VS Inverter AC & HP 3% 189B, 288B

Xtreme Inverter 2% 280ANV


80% Furnaces

Legacy Series 5% 310AAV

Preferred Series 5% 313AAV

Evolution Series 5% 315CAV


90% Furnaces

Legacy Series 5% 912S

Preferred Series 5% 925T

Evolution Series 5% 986T

Evolutions Modulating 5% 987M


Boilers & Furnaces 5% ALL


Furnace Coils

5% All Bryant Coils

3% All ADP Coils


Fan Coils

Legacy Series 5% FB4, FX4

Preferred and Evolution Series 5% FV4, FE4, FE5


Small Package Units 0% ALL


Ductless Split Systems  0% ALL


Geothermal 0% ALL


So far we have yet to hear from Goodman, Rheem, York and Nordyne as to whether or not there will be a price increase in 2015. Follow Tampa's AC experts at Melo Air for more information from the HVAC industry.

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