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    THANKS EVERY ONE - I HAVE BOTH CONTRACTORS COMING...

    THANKS EVERY ONE - I HAVE BOTH CONTRACTORS COMING THIS AFTERNOON AND WE WILL REVIST THIS ISSUE - CAN WAIT TO SEE WHAT THEIR ULTIMATE RECOMMENDATIONS ARE

    AGAIN THANNKS
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    BaldLoonie Thanks for your response and...

    BaldLoonie

    Thanks for your response and assistance. I have looked and it appears that the 58CVA070-12 is the smallest 80% efficiency variable speed, two stage furnace. I was really hoping they...
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    I am talking about two (2) furnaces, one for each...

    I am talking about two (2) furnaces, one for each floor.

    Thanks for your reply.
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    I am getting 2 HVAC sytems replaced - going with...

    I am getting 2 HVAC sytems replaced - going with dual fuel Carrier Infinity 38YDB024 heat pump system and a Infinity variable speed, two stage gas furnace controlled through the Infinity Control.
    ...
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    To all you Pros out there, thanks for your input....

    To all you Pros out there, thanks for your input.

    You gave me a lot to think about.

    Sounds strange but my cooling needs on the 2nd floor is actually lower than the 1st floor. Not exactly sure...
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    beenthere Yes I understand that both will run...

    beenthere

    Yes I understand that both will run at 80% and I do understand that it must first ramp up to get to 80%.

    But it is becoming apparent that I better read up more on the XL16i.
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    beenthere actually the downstairs is about 200...

    beenthere

    actually the downstairs is about 200 sqft more and it is open at one end, both sides with 16 ft ceilings. Basically this end of the house is open to the second floor.

    This was...
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    mjr thanks for the reply - So what your...

    mjr

    thanks for the reply -

    So what your saying is that in the long run I will incur more costs in energy usage and the humidity will not be adquately controlled.

    The contractor who proposed...
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    Over the last several weeks, I had 5 Trane...

    Over the last several weeks, I had 5 Trane dealers provide proposals and I am now down 2 and need to select 1 dealer. I believe both of them would do a quality job, which includes installing a brand...
  10. Thread: Flex Duct

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    hvac-tech-lane Many thanks

    hvac-tech-lane


    Many thanks
  11. Thread: Flex Duct

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    41gasman Back to the crawl space application...

    41gasman

    Back to the crawl space application of flex duct - using the flex duct hanging straps - do you secure these straps to the floor joists? and if so what is the best application for this...
  12. Thread: Flex Duct

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    hvac-tech-lane thanks for the reponse - what...

    hvac-tech-lane

    thanks for the reponse - what is the best was to support it off the ground?

    thanks
  13. Thread: Flex Duct

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    In a crawl space environment should insulated...

    In a crawl space environment should insulated flex duct be left on the ground that is protected with a vapier barrier or should the flex duct be supported from the floor joists? If the flex duct...
  14. Thread: Replacing HVAC

    by gemmint
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    HVAC Pro Thank you makes sense

    HVAC Pro

    Thank you makes sense
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    HVAC Pro Thanks so much for the information. ...

    HVAC Pro

    Thanks so much for the information. I will keep you posted. I will be getting some additional recommendation sprice quotes this week and we will go from there. I am understanding more...
  16. Thread: Replacing HVAC

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    Tom The trane dealer did mention this option...

    Tom

    The trane dealer did mention this option but didn't get into much specifics.

    I will be out going of town Monday afternoon, but will try to call you before I leave. Is the number your...
  17. Thread: Replacing HVAC

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    HVAC Pro Thanks but what are volume dampers and...

    HVAC Pro
    Thanks but what are volume dampers and what do they do - restrict the flow of air or do they increase the flow

    thanks
  18. Thread: Replacing HVAC

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    dash I have had a problem since I moved into...

    dash

    I have had a problem since I moved into this house with both cooling and heating of the first floor. I have never have been able to cool any of the rooms during the summer months 85 - 100...
  19. Thread: Replacing HVAC

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    He stated that they were required to be changed...

    He stated that they were required to be changed from 5" to 6" because they were not large enough for cooling. He also stated that I should have had 6" when the house was built and this was one of the...
  20. Thread: Replacing HVAC

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    Another question guys He stated that he was...

    Another question guys

    He stated that he was going to replace the flex ducting to the existing registers from the current 5" to 6". He also stated that he would replace the supply and return...
  21. Thread: Replacing HVAC

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    Thanks everyone for your input. The contractor...

    Thanks everyone for your input. The contractor did actually quote me for specific furnaces, a/c unit and coil model numbers.

    Upstairs Furnace 90 Two stage variable Upflow...
  22. Thread: HVAC Systems

    by gemmint
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    Roncool Thanks for your reply I understand...

    Roncool
    Thanks for your reply

    I understand not wanting customers hanging over the workers. I do not want to do this that I believe if your paying money you shouldn't have to do this.

    Although...
  23. Thread: Replacing HVAC

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    Yesterday, I had a Trane dealer come by to give...

    Yesterday, I had a Trane dealer come by to give me a price quote for replacing my two furnaces and a/c units - He did inspect the units and the duct work in my attic and crawlspace and then provided...
  24. Thread: HVAC Systems

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    rudeman - thanks

    rudeman - thanks
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    rudeman I understand what your saying and I...

    rudeman

    I understand what your saying and I appreciate your comments but how do you determine up front whether your getting a good contractor to install your equipment. I understand you can watch...
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