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    Found him, thanks!

    Found him, thanks!
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    Thanks, I appreciate getting the other side. It...

    Thanks, I appreciate getting the other side. It seems that the radiant floor guys are 0 for 2 on the Polaris and open system. I sure hope they know their radiant design :confused:

    If I can't...
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    Thanks Rich for the reply. What exactly does...

    Thanks Rich for the reply. What exactly does "indirect" mean with respect to the boiler and hot water tank? And when you suggest that the solar (depending on the capacity) could heat the floors, do...
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    We are completely renovating a 3200 sq ft house. ...

    We are completely renovating a 3200 sq ft house. We are having radiant floors installed in the 3 baths, kitchen, and master bedroom. We're putting Runtal radiators in the remainder of the rooms. ...
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    Thank you all for your feedback, especially...

    Thank you all for your feedback, especially Wyounger on the dehumidifer questions :) We may just follow your advice and go with an extra Infinity controller, too, so we have one for each floor.
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    We're getting closer ... can you give some feedback on our latest? (ptsu, am considering the dehumidifier)

    http://www.hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?postid=1049466#post1049070
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    dash, I don't know that it will be easy to split...

    dash, I don't know that it will be easy to split the ductwork into four zones. Why the prescription for specifically four zones? What's the thinking?

    [Edited by mountain mama on 03-19-2006 at...
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    samtheman, currently we have no ductwork, period,...

    samtheman, currently we have no ductwork, period, so that's why the field is wide open on number of zones. As far as just dehumidifying while cooling, we can have really really wet days in the...
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    All right ... we are sooo close to figuring this...

    All right ... we are sooo close to figuring this out. Stay with me now for just a little bit longer! Between my 3 threads you have helped me figure out that we definitely don't need the heat pump,...
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    johnsp, thank you for clarifying for me that I am...

    johnsp, thank you for clarifying for me that I am trying to solve a problem that I myself created! By eliminating the heat pump altogether, and leaving a few extra radiators, I can save big bucks...
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    I wish you all would just agree so I can be done...

    I wish you all would just agree so I can be done with this :p

    samtheman, you see, I'm driving a rundown '89 Celebrity that I bought from my mom several years ago for $500. I can't afford nice...
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    If I don't go with any aux heat, just the...

    If I don't go with any aux heat, just the supplemental radiant and radiators (installing radiators to complete the coverage), and turn off my heat pump when it gets below 30 degrees, then I'll lose...
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    Thanks for the help. Sounds like we are going...

    Thanks for the help. Sounds like we are going to have to go with aux heat on the heat pump since we don't have radiant throughout the whole house. I guess we'll run the boiler lines and use...
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    Yikes ... I hadn't really thought that through. ...

    Yikes ... I hadn't really thought that through. We definitely don't want it to blow cold, but without any heat pump assist the 2nd floor front rooms won't stay warm. Sounds like we definitely need...
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    I've had some great feedback here to help us zero...

    I've had some great feedback here to help us zero in on an A/C and heat pump solution (Carrier Infinity in particular). We have supplemental heat in both hydronic fin-tube radiators, and hydronic...
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    bartdude, I appreciate your concern. But in our...

    bartdude, I appreciate your concern. But in our case we are in the house for the duration. And at this point, I'm hoping that we will outlive our HVAC :)

    yossarian, thanks for the input on the...
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    I'm back again :( Just got the final price on...

    I'm back again :(

    Just got the final price on the system, and it turned out it's a few grand higher than we anticipated. We then asked our installer to price a single 5 ton system with zones...
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    Thank you! That's very helpful. I'm not sure...

    Thank you! That's very helpful. I'm not sure how many purifiers our installer has installed, so I'm not sure he'd consider that. Most all of the systems installed around here are very basic, so...
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    Thanks for the encouragement and advice york_hvac...

    Thanks for the encouragement and advice york_hvac ... Layperson explanation please :)
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    I'm in the mountains of WV -- can get very wet...

    I'm in the mountains of WV -- can get very wet (all but winter), moderately hot (85-100 summer), and very cold (0-35 winter).

    We are close to deciding on whether to go with a Carrier Infinity...
  21. Hi, new here, and I'm trying to decide on a A/C...

    Hi, new here, and I'm trying to decide on a A/C system for our new (old) home. We've taken out all the ceilings so we could more easily run electrical, ductwork, and insulation. We were very...
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