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  1. Sebas says thanks Twilly, but I just don't trust...

    Sebas says thanks Twilly, but I just don't trust any of the Rheem contractors that gave me estimates. (oversizing, wanting to add returns/supplies based on "experience")

    Thanks for taking the time...
  2. Bill, I wouldn't do that to a good contractor, if...

    Bill, I wouldn't do that to a good contractor, if I can find one. I'm an honest guy. Guess where I finish? lol Anyway, the contractor will only do a load calc if he gets the job. He explained to me...
  3. Bill, I agree certification is meaningless if the...

    Bill, I agree certification is meaningless if the contractor is incompetent and by no means did I limit myself to contractors that were certified by whatever.

    Twilly, I'd love to go Rheem but none...
  4. I was wondering if the modulating furnace would...

    I was wondering if the modulating furnace would help close the temperature gap between the two floors? In the summer the downstairs is cooler while in the winter the upstairs is warmer?

    Thanks
  5. Thanks for the response. I am leaning towards the...

    Thanks for the response. I am leaning towards the Trane myself but I am just not sure which would be the more reliable system overall. I have been lied too by so many unscrupulous HVAC installers....
  6. Good contractor found (NATE/BPI), but need 2nd opinion on Trane or Coleman. Thank you

    My parents have a two story home in North New Jersey, ~2250 sq. ft. living space (1500 top/750 ground floor) built 1982 with central heating. The A/C was added in 83 and both need to be replaced....
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