Search:

Type: Posts; User: SkyHeating

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.02 seconds.

  1. Replies
    6
    Views
    651

    Living in Oregon is not to cheap, but we also pay...

    Living in Oregon is not to cheap, but we also pay much more than $20 for a top tech, our best guys made $60K last year. $20 would be for a retro installer with minimal experience or a top new...
  2. The variable speed trilogy is very new, i think...

    The variable speed trilogy is very new, i think it has only been available for a month or two so who knows how good it is. I do know that climatemaster inflated their ratings to make it "look" like...
  3. A trilogy 30 or? The Trilogy 30 is not even in...

    A trilogy 30 or? The Trilogy 30 is not even in the same class as the 7 Series/Sycamore.
  4. Geostar Sycamore is made at the WaterFurnace...

    Geostar Sycamore is made at the WaterFurnace factory and is identical as far as I can tell. The area where you have differences is in the number of dealers and tech/warranty support. WaterFurnace...
  5. Sorry I didn't see this, its been about 15...

    Sorry I didn't see this, its been about 15 degrees above design conditions in my area of the world for the past week and a half with at least another 10 days this hot predicted.
    Yes they do...
  6. Thread: loop design

    by SkyHeating
    Replies
    10
    Views
    564

    It is not the 25' extra of trench, it is more so...

    It is not the 25' extra of trench, it is more so that the ingrams design said 3 x 100' coils so 300' of pipe in the trench at 100' long typically a slinky is going to be 800' of pipe in a 125' trench...
  7. Replies
    1
    Views
    249

    Radiant floor geo with lead lag setup

    This was a 5,000 sq foot 1950's built home with a propane boiler that we converted to geothermal. We installed dual Waterfurnace NSW040 units with a lead lag setup. We used a State 80 gallon storage...
  8. Thread: loop design

    by SkyHeating
    Replies
    10
    Views
    564

    First of all I would not trust ANYTHING from...

    First of all I would not trust ANYTHING from Ingrams in that video. Every system I looked at there seems to have a very short loop. Typical amount of pipe is 800' per ton for trench, 600' per ton for...
  9. Based on everything I am reading and without...

    Based on everything I am reading and without seeing the unit I think you are setup very well and are setup for optimal savings and comfort. With most geo systems don't worry about setting back the...
  10. How did you come up with a 2 degree swing saves...

    How did you come up with a 2 degree swing saves you $30 a month over a 1 degree swing? That is pretty much impossible.
  11. There are about 100 variables for how many KW/hr...

    There are about 100 variables for how many KW/hr you use for those systems, it depends on high stage or low stage, entering water temps, flow rate size etc....
  12. Replies
    46
    Views
    962

    You are forgetting one factor as well since you...

    You are forgetting one factor as well since you are asking about(using round ton numbers here) sizing a 48,000 BTU AC to a house that needs 36,000 BTU's so you can set the thermostat back to save...
  13. Replies
    8
    Views
    357

    That flow rate is low, more water is better and...

    That flow rate is low, more water is better and if somebody designs to be in between first and second stage water flow they are wrong, you design for full capacity water flow. If I can not get at...
  14. A multi head mitsubishi and a City multi are two...

    A multi head mitsubishi and a City multi are two different things.
  15. Replies
    14
    Views
    711

    You should be able to use that money with any...

    You should be able to use that money with any company, don't lock yourself into the home warranty company, they so far have not had the best service and my experience with home warranty companies is...
  16. Now I am no expert on these specific units but I...

    Now I am no expert on these specific units but I talked to the City Multi guy in this area and he said you could actually just Tee into the lineset and branch boxes were only needed on larger...
  17. Contractor 3 is probably correct on sealing your...

    Contractor 3 is probably correct on sealing your ductwork will save you 20-30% this is something we see and recommend all the time. Often sealing ductwork in an older home is the best bang for your...
  18. Replies
    1
    Views
    195

    Take a look at the Mitsubishi floor mounted...

    Take a look at the Mitsubishi floor mounted units. Also most brands have ceiling cassettes but they may require additional installation and most brands also do have ducted units that would go in the...
  19. Replies
    6
    Views
    546

    The homeowner was actually the one that replaced...

    The homeowner was actually the one that replaced the plastic after our installation. He and his wife were the best customers possible, very hands on in a good way. Customer was actually the one that...
  20. Yes you can add the AWL once it comes out, no...

    Yes you can add the AWL once it comes out, no pricing... At least not that I can legally give out :-)

    Just subscribe to my Youtube because as soon as I can I will post videos of the AWL in action....
  21. The AWL is still in testing and will not be...

    The AWL is still in testing and will not be available until later this year. Beta tests for current WaterFurnace customers should be starting August(if we are lucky) and it should be for sale by...
  22. Replies
    6
    Views
    517

    Where are you located? Your location plays a big...

    Where are you located? Your location plays a big part in which furnace and AC/heat pump to recomend and to see what size you "might" need. I live in Oregon and only need a 2.5 ton AC for a 3,500 sq...
  23. Anybody else notice the stats on the house at the...

    Anybody else notice the stats on the house at the bottom of the OP's post
    4 TON for 1,300 sq feet? Are you located in the middle of a 120 degree desert? This seems way to big, and you only have one...
  24. Thread: loop design

    by SkyHeating
    Replies
    10
    Views
    564

    http://www.waterfurnace.com/literature/7series/BR2...

    http://www.waterfurnace.com/literature/7series/BR2700AN.pdf
    Go to page 5, it will show you varities of loops. Personally I am NOT a fan of slinkies because I feel in the same amount of space you can...
  25. Replies
    6
    Views
    546

    Time Lapse Geothermal Install

    Here is a 4:30 time lapse of a 7 day WaterFurnace 7 Series open loop geothermal installation with a NSW018 for domestic hot water, a lifebreath HRV, Trane Clean Effects and 3 zone system.
    ...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4
Comfortech Show Promo Image

Related Forums

Plumbing Talks | Contractor Magazine
Forums | Electrical Construction & Maintenance (EC&M) Magazine
Comfortech365 Virtual Event