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    One other thing, reading the forums here it seems...

    One other thing, reading the forums here it seems that the Ductboard triangles are the worst thing to do and that is what I currently have. Three Flex take-offs going to triangles. One for the MBR,...
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    @udarrel/welling service I use angies list to...

    @udarrel/welling service
    I use angies list to look up providers (calling up the higher rated ones). I've called 4, 1 of whom refused to do a Manual J / D, two said they don't do it at all and one...
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    @ 54regcab I'm not sure, but the distances are...

    @ 54regcab
    I'm not sure, but the distances are also proportional to size (neglecting bathrooms/hallways) so not sure which is factored in more
    BR4=10-12ft run/ 160sf/7" flex (off of 10" trunk)...
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    Should returns size in each room match supply

    I'm in a 4 BR house and am having issues with uneven cooling in the bedrooms. The bedrooms area has its own 2.5 ton unit w/the lower two levels having a 5 ton unit.
    I posted a few years ago about it...
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    I've currently gone w/Manual dampers but down the...

    I've currently gone w/Manual dampers but down the road plan to do the two zones (w/electronic dampers) and add manual dampers on the ducts coming out of that to properly balance rooms 2 through 4 (if...
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    Zones in Existing System

    First off I'm a complete newbie to HVAC so pardon my ignorance

    I just moved into a 3 story 4 bedroom house with one gas heating/cooling unit serving the main/basement level and another unit for...
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