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Was 105 degrees a couple days ago. 75 today, 80's for next week. Pretty comfy...:grin2:
They have one of the highest turnover rates in the industry. Two guys I know, that don't know each other, said the same thing when they went to work for them, that they will find a way not to give...
Yes, as far as I know. Been a while though, so don't quote me
Yes... all different, although San Jose and San Francisco are almost tit for tat. Sacramento is less by almost 10 an hour.
05-10-2010, 11:54 PM
I would keep it in the crawl space as it sounds like you have a fair amount of room.
Plus it won't be subjected to the hot attic temps which can work against your system.
Also if you run a...
03-31-2010, 05:02 PM
Ridge vents in conjuction with your soffet vents work very well. Double check your soffet vents to make sure they didn't get covered up by the insulation.
With that little of use for the basement, I would leave it alone.
If you end up needing any increased capacity from the unit above to support the basement, but almost never use the basement it's a...
Your going to get beat up here by others. PLEASE REMOVE YOUR PRICING!!!
03-18-2010, 01:28 AM
Ditto on the load calc.
Your bonus room is going to have a much different load on it being above the garage than the rest of your upstairs that is over a conditioned space.
Do a search on flat rate. Lot's of forum info.
03-18-2010, 01:15 AM
If you end up going with the York ask them for the latest model which at the end of your model number would be mp12 instead of mp11. The newer model will be compatable with the new communicating stat...
I've had excellent results with the newer Yorks.
Easy to install
No call backs
Very happy customers
02-15-2010, 02:02 AM
You are the perfect candidate for a manual j, as anybody should be.
Hopefully you won't have to look to far.
It would never pass inspection if an attempt is made to use the cavity without sheet metal as supply.
I truly don't believe that is what they are going to do.
The duct work up until this point...
02-15-2010, 01:41 AM
Longest post I've seen in a while... AWESOME!
A couple of quickie's.
Keep looking until you find a contractor that will provide a manual j
A 2 stage a.c. will help with your humidity if...
Possibly, more than likely, replacement time!
Before you move existing equipment you will want to find out the load calc for your basement addition and determine if existing units can support it. You don't want to spend the money moving one and...
It does not provide duct layout.
It does give you the duct size needed for the load associated with the room requirements.
That wouldn't even scratch the surface...
If your up to it, and able. Down load the home owner version HVAC calc up above.
I'm located in the Sacramento/Folsom area.
I use manual j for load calcs and manual D for duct design. Only way to do it...
New code requirements for 2010. You need it done correctly!
You might possibly want to ask for more clarification about the upstairs being a, bad plan...
Thousands of homes have furnaces in the attics supplying air for two story homes.
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