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  1. It's tough as a consumer to know who to trust. ...

    It's tough as a consumer to know who to trust. The contractor being used for the HVAC has been in business since 1973, is licensed, and is part of the BBB with no complaints. Not only that but...
  2. Thanks again for the advice Dan. I've asked my...

    Thanks again for the advice Dan. I've asked my builder about the manual J calculations and duct design as you suggested and should hear back after the weekend. I'm pretty sure he told me at the...
  3. Thanks Dan. Also, no basement in the house...

    Thanks Dan.

    Also, no basement in the house (most homes in this part of don't have a basement). So, since my home is being built by a builder who has his own subcontractor for the HVAC work, what...
  4. Thank you all for responding. Here's a little...

    Thank you all for responding. Here's a little more information about the house, climate, and my concerns. The roof is going to be cement tiles (a mediterranean clay tile look). The temps where I...
  5. Novice with general new construction questions

    I am certainly a novice when it comes to HVAC systems and certainly don't know the proper terminology. I have a few basic questions about the location of the inside units, duct work, and returns. I...
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