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    The contractor installing our new system has said...

    The contractor installing our new system has said that we have the choice of lined or wrapped ducts, with no price difference. The ductwork will largely be our attic.

    Anyone have any...
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    My experience is that working system is the...

    My experience is that working system is the baseline most are looking for; it doesn't increase sale price but does prevent closing problems.

    However, multi-zone systems in larger houses are...
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    John, You really hit the nail on the head...

    John,

    You really hit the nail on the head (including the part about the contractor not wanting to scare us with the price of doing it right).

    We're going to be cutting off the second floor...
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    Thanks to everyone for their feedback. I don't...

    Thanks to everyone for their feedback. I don't think the contractor is trying to sell fancy equipment, I just think he's trying to keep us from getting freaked out by the cost of implementing two...
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    Hi, Sorry to be dense, but what do you mean by...

    Hi,
    Sorry to be dense, but what do you mean by stratofied air?
    Thanks.
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    The problem is less pronounced with heating, but...

    The problem is less pronounced with heating, but it is still an issue. Of course, my memory could be playing tricks. It's late August and been 95 degrees every single day, so heating is only a dim...
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    Our 2-story 3600sf home has only one zone, with a...

    Our 2-story 3600sf home has only one zone, with a twenty-year old 5-ton HVAC system. We have the classic problems with a single-zone house -- the second floor is always 10 degrees hotter/cooler than...
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    I want to replace my 20+ years old 5-ton AC...

    I want to replace my 20+ years old 5-ton AC system and furnace, and in the process would like to turn our first floor and second floor into two separate zones. There appear to be two choices: (1)...
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