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  1. Have a guy from GA Power coming out at noon today...

    Have a guy from GA Power coming out at noon today for audit so I will let you know. Thanks.
  2. Thanks for answering my question. No one did a...

    Thanks for answering my question. No one did a manual J calculation. Guess I'll call a couple more.
  3. I simply posted a question - check the subject...

    I simply posted a question - check the subject line. People started asking other things so i tried to fill them in. I've had more than 5 contractors come out and everyone of them has said something...
  4. And yes it is all being run off one 3 ton unit...

    And yes it is all being run off one 3 ton unit downstairs and on the opposite side of the house as the addition. And to be clear, the addition is the only part of the house that is upstairs. I cant...
  5. I bought the house last summer. The addition was...

    I bought the house last summer. The addition was done in 1998. Looks like the outdoor unit was replaced in 2005 (no heat pump - no clue why unless it was previously gas heat).

    Yes - downstairs...
  6. I'll have to check the grill when i get home but...

    I'll have to check the grill when i get home but i want to say its 14x20 and i'll double check the duct size as well. Yes, I have concave ceiling (not sure if thats what its called) so the vents are...
  7. The upstairs return is located near the floor and...

    The upstairs return is located near the floor and i want to say is an 8 inch duct. Not sure if thats what you were asking for. I've mentioned having the return in the ceiling and everyone says that...
  8. I've already decided to do that. What about...

    I've already decided to do that. What about cooling the upstairs? Any suggestions on that?

    Thanks for the advice - having GA Power come out to do a free energy audit.
  9. There is hardly any air whatsoever coming out of...

    There is hardly any air whatsoever coming out of the upstairs supply vents when the AC is on.
  10. Yes, I know it is not ideal to tap into...

    Yes, I know it is not ideal to tap into downstairs but to buy a separate unit for one room upstairs just is not settling well with me. I also don't plan to live in this house for more than a couple...
  11. So I guess this isn't an option. I've brought up...

    So I guess this isn't an option. I've brought up zoning to everyone that has come out and pretty much all of them have said you could but it wouldn't be practical in this situation and have pretty...
  12. Using 3 ton unit to cool 600 sq ft room - Is it possible?

    Before you think I'm crazy, listen to my scenario. I have a 1200 sq ft downstairs and there is a 600 sq ft addition above the carport (only upstairs area). I have one 3 ton unit for the entire...
  13. Well it sounds like since I don't have a heat...

    Well it sounds like since I don't have a heat pump, I have no choice but to change out my outdoor unit. I will try to get some model and serial #s from the air handler but I'm guessing that will...
  14. Yes, the upstairs is one large room...master...

    Yes, the upstairs is one large room...master bedroom with bathroom. Not sure about your first question.
  15. Yes, the addition is basically 1 room - its my...

    Yes, the addition is basically 1 room - its my master bed, bath, 2 walk in closets. After some research, it looks like I will need a heat pump to lower my power bill rather than heating full time...
  16. Yes, heating with electric stirp heat. Outdoor...

    Yes, heating with electric stirp heat. Outdoor compressor hasn't ran since October.
  17. I did not know what you meant by mini split heat...

    I did not know what you meant by mini split heat pump. Now I do. I'm curious now. Would that be cheaper to install than a regular unit that I was referring to earlier? That might be the best...
  18. Thanks - I was told for the second unit, it would...

    Thanks - I was told for the second unit, it would be 1.5 ton max but the estimate on it was significantly more than replacing the main unit. I'm assuming that is normal due to the extra work to...
  19. Guidance on replacing/upgrading current unit for house with addition

    First of all, I'm a 1st time homebuyer and purchased my home last June. I live in Savannah, GA where it is very hot and mild winters. The house was originally a ~1200 sq ft ranch but now has a ~600...
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