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  1. Thanks for the opinions, folks. I'm going with...

    Thanks for the opinions, folks. I'm going with the more expensive one.

    They are ACCA residential contractor of the year in 2015, Bryant Medal of Excellence awards many years running, multiple...
  2. I don't know what 80db/67wb or 95 OAT means. ...

    I don't know what 80db/67wb or 95 OAT means. (Edit: Ah, db=dry bulb, wb = wet bulb, OAT = outdoor air temperature, got it) Is that in reference to the Goodman udarrell mentioned or the Bryant?
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  3. I'm sure I entered some things wrong. I don't...

    I'm sure I entered some things wrong. I don't understand the distinction between sensible and latent in the output or what factors are important not to get wrong. I concentrated on ceiling...
  4. Good point. If I'm getting this level of service...

    Good point. If I'm getting this level of service when they're not assured of my business I guess I'd hope to get this level of service once I'm locked in too...

    It says something to me that he...
  5. I can add some more info based on questions...

    I can add some more info based on questions above.

    No company saw anyone else's quote. In fact company 2 quoted first. Company 1 did know my ballpark that I wanted to spend, which I didn't...
  6. how much monetary value in choosing between installers?

    I have two quotes from two different companies for the same hardware. The scope of work that they describe is nearly identical.

    Company 1 put a lot of effort into looking at my system and...
  7. One more question, would you guys say that the...

    One more question, would you guys say that the following config from AHRI search:

    7945354 Active Systems BRYANT HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS EVOLUTION V HP BRYANT HEATING AND COOLING...
  8. Thanks for the good advice. Contractor 1 is NATE...

    Thanks for the good advice. Contractor 1 is NATE certified and factory trained. Also cautious about recommending a bigger unit, which I suppose I should appreciate since they're actively trying not...
  9. Bazooka Joey, thanks very much for the detailed...

    Bazooka Joey, thanks very much for the detailed advice. I'll try to answer what I know.

    It's a split system, yes. They didn't say that they are replacing the lineset. Just that they're going to...
  10. Thanks for the response. Upstairs means first...

    Thanks for the response. Upstairs means first floor. It's just a basement and a first floor with the fan coil in the center of the basement, roughly, directly under the stairs and the supply vents...
  11. Thanks, wahoo. Two of the companies I'm talking...

    Thanks, wahoo. Two of the companies I'm talking to are listed on Amana's website as dealers. I'll ask about them.
  12. Help choosing replacement for 14 yr old heat pump

    I'm actively looking for someone to install a new heat pump in my 1971 house in suburban Washington, DC. Our current unit is a 14 year old 2.5 ton Payne (outdoor) and Carrier (indoor). I've been...
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    I am having problems with a clogged up 30ft long...

    I am having problems with a clogged up 30ft long dryer vent (that was unsuccessfully attempted to be cleaned once), would like for someone to replace the exhaust fan with a new one with a heatlamp in...
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    Thanks for all the advice. I should clear up...

    Thanks for all the advice.

    I should clear up a couple of things. The duct is not in common for kitchen, bath, and dryer. From what I can see on the lower floor vents they all converge as...
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    Fat bob - The vent is 4" sheet metal. One thing...

    Fat bob - The vent is 4" sheet metal. One thing I noticed was that even though all of the dryer documentation says that dryer ductwork should not be assembled with screws because they grab lint this...
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    OK. Should I look for residential ones or...

    OK. Should I look for residential ones or commercial ones?

    The construction of the building (and my unit being on the 6th floor) seems more similar to a commercial problem to me, but maybe the...
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    I live on the 6th floor of a 7 story condo...

    I live on the 6th floor of a 7 story condo building and my dryer duct goes up into my kitchen ceiling, through the ceiling, and out the front wall of the condo approx. 30 feet away. The dryer was a...
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