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  1. I agree, 2 possibly stupid questions.

    I agree, 2 possibly stupid questions.
  2. Per Consumers Gas Co. in SE Michigan, there is no...

    Per Consumers Gas Co. in SE Michigan, there is no code for maximum allowable pressure drop (i.e., 1" WC at 14" WC). Consumers Gas measured the gas pressure in/out of the meter at 7.5: WC, evaluated...
  3. The location of the swimming pool heater is about...

    The location of the swimming pool heater is about a 100 - 120 ft from the gas meter. The gas pressure at the present heater is very low, about 2" W. C. because of the long run and diameter of the...
  4. I have contacted the gas company and they will be...

    I have contacted the gas company and they will be installing the regulator to increase the 'natural' gas pressure to 11.5" water column from 7.5" W.C. The Gas company told me it was my responsibility...
  5. Elevated Natural Gas Pressure: 7.5" to 11" Water Column - Appliance Issues

    I am installing a new swimming pool heater and need to elevate the natural gas pressure at the meter from 7.5" to 11" water column. Will there be any issues with the other appliances with the higher...
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    Thanks skippedover, your reply was very helpful....

    Thanks skippedover, your reply was very helpful. :) I would use radiant wall or baseboard heating instead of radiant floor only if there was a significant cost advantage to offset the comfort of...
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    Clarification the 1st paragraph: I need advice...

    Clarification the 1st paragraph:
    I need advice regarding heating the lower level of a new 2 story addition on my house. Based on the outstanding replies to My thread, "Ductless vs High Velocity...
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    Baseboard Versus Floor Radiant Heat

    I need advice regarding heating the lower level of a new 2 story addition on my house. Based on the outstanding replies to My thread, "Ductless vs High Velocity A/C", I plan to use a radiant floor...
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    :) Thanks Geotherm & Skibme, From your notes, I...

    :) Thanks Geotherm & Skibme, From your notes, I believe my best option for both levels is radiant for heat which is sealed (at least, I think it is.) Is this correct? For the upper, I will use...
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    :) hivacer/skibme/Geotherm, Thanks for the...

    :) hivacer/skibme/Geotherm, Thanks for the replies.

    Geotherm/hivacer, Could a heat pump be the primary heat source for the lower level? I live in SE Michigan, and it can get below 0 degrees F in...
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    Since I didn't get a reply regarding my Q's: 1)...

    Since I didn't get a reply regarding my Q's: 1) 'white noise', I "googled" it and came up with this definition for all those wondering what it is:

    I am a novice regarding HVAC sytems and would...
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    Thanks for your reply. A couple of questions: 1)...

    Thanks for your reply. A couple of questions: 1) What is 'white' noise? 2) It seems 3 high velocity systems would be cost prohibitive versus a a 3 zone ductless system?

    The lower level (600 sq ft)...
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    Ductless vs High Velocity A/C

    I am a new member and would like advice regarding ductless versus high velocity A/C. We are building a 2-story addition and planning to use radiant heat in cement on both floors. There will be 3...
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