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    I understood that completely from the beginning. ...

    I understood that completely from the beginning. I just didn't understand HIS statement, as it was incomplete.

    If his statement had included the condition that the other contractors couldn't do...
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    Which is exactly why I didn't think his statement...

    Which is exactly why I didn't think his statement made sense when I read it.
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    I think I made the assumption that if the other...

    I think I made the assumption that if the other contractor was claiming to do exactly what he does, that would include charging the same price.

    I was trying to figure out how his business model...
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    Exactly. That was my question. Why is his...

    Exactly. That was my question. Why is his situation different from any other skilled and honest contractor that cares about their work? I have to think that there's more than one out there, but if...
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    OK, I'll bite - how is it that you can maintain a...

    OK, I'll bite - how is it that you can maintain a healthy company performing that level of work, when others can't?
  6. Thread: Lennox Solar?

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    This isn't an "off grid" solution, so you still...

    This isn't an "off grid" solution, so you still have your connection to utility power to take care of that.
  7. Thread: Lennox Solar?

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    In our region, it probably wouldn't make sense. ...

    In our region, it probably wouldn't make sense. To qualify for the MicroFIT (under 10Kw Feed In Tariff) program, your panels and inverters need to have a certain percentage of domestic content. ...
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    Wouldn't it be better to put a stand alone PV...

    Wouldn't it be better to put a stand alone PV system on the house, rather than something tied to the HVAC system? If the HVAC system needs to be replaced, would you need to retrofit the PV panels to...
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    I'd agree with that. I just bought a couple of...

    I'd agree with that. I just bought a couple of York YP9C furnaces, and the contractor tried to steer me away from them. He had several arguments, but most of them boiled down to "simpler is better".
  10. I think I was biased by some of the Goodman...

    I think I was biased by some of the Goodman critics on here. See how well the anti Goodman campaign works? :)
  11. From what I gather being around here for the last...

    From what I gather being around here for the last little while, many HVAC contractors don't like Goodman products because they're more readily available, making it more likely that a less than...
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    You're definitely right that the line set should...

    You're definitely right that the line set should have never been there in the first place, but not withstanding, the roofer should know his working conditions. I recently had a commercial roof...
  13. Trane's warranty is transferable to a new...

    Trane's warranty is transferable to a new homeowner for a fee. Some manufacturers do not allow transfers. The OP should check the specific warranty information from the manufacturer they select...
  14. http://www.mitsubishielectric.ca/en/hvac/zuba-cent...

    http://www.mitsubishielectric.ca/en/hvac/zuba-central/specifications.html

    I'm pretty sure the Zuba doesn't have Hyper-Heat (H2I) available. They might add it in the future.

    I've only heard...
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    Typically, the variable speed function is...

    Typically, the variable speed function is controlled by a humidistat. If you find the air is too dry (not likely - as BaldLoonie said, we're talking about Florida), you could simply set the...
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    From a practical point of view, will I see much...

    From a practical point of view, will I see much difference between a 40,000 BTU TG9 and a 60,000 BTU TM9V? I'd think the benefit to the TM9V would be the variable speed fan which would help with...
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    Single staged 40,000 BTU for that space concerns...

    Single staged 40,000 BTU for that space concerns me. I'm wondering if I'll end up having short cycles for a large portion of the heating season, which is why I was leaning towards a modulating...
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    HVAC Replacement & Sizing

    I have an old (1993) Armstrong 90% efficiency 100,000 BTU furnace with a 4 ton air conditioner that needs replacing. Currently, I have a simple zoning system (2 zones - main floor/basement &...
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