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  1. Seems like some assumptions and conclusions being...

    Seems like some assumptions and conclusions being jumped to there, maybe some dots are missing and therefore not connected. Correlation causation confusion?

    I'm thinking with lower delta t of...
  2. Need a complete audit to sus that out... ...

    Need a complete audit to sus that out...



    Low on charge?...
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    Mark, Love to know the SF, Test In and Test...

    Mark,

    Love to know the SF, Test In and Test Out on this house.

    You haven't got following energy bills or occupant observations by any chance?...
  4. 54/barbar, nicely put. One reason I like...

    54/barbar, nicely put. One reason I like watching Ecobee's. You can start to SEE what you describe.

    Check this post from ENERGYDOCS on Facebook out:


    ...
  5. Thread: High Moisture!

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    Episode #1214 of Season 12 of Ask TOH had an...

    Episode #1214 of Season 12 of Ask TOH had an install, but I can't find the video.
  6. You might want to call Ecobee. If I recall...

    You might want to call Ecobee. If I recall correctly they tend to have defaults for Tecmar and Honeywell but allow for others within a certain spec, at least on the remote temp sensors.

    A...
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    The better Ecobee also has some dry contacts. ...

    The better Ecobee also has some dry contacts. Pretty sure they can be set to run a dehumidifier, and an intake damper. So if you have a ventilating dehumidifier you should be able to set range of...
  8. Where we are the duct is hard, not flex. And it's...

    Where we are the duct is hard, not flex. And it's not in attics. Little different than the West and South where the sign of a good install is completely emptying the attic. Equipment, ductwork,...
  9. Constantly fighting "uphill battles" instead of...

    Constantly fighting "uphill battles" instead of gently idling along on the flats, I like that imagery.

    Can you share a link to Mike's post?
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    Daikin are using Ecobees now, right? How those...

    Daikin are using Ecobees now, right? How those working out?
  11. Get a two stage heat pump. It is very unlikely...

    Get a two stage heat pump. It is very unlikely you will ever need 3 tons if they do the envelope work well, which sounds like is going to happen, and the lower output will be a godsend.

    Carrier...
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    Monitor. Save up to have jtrammel perform an...

    Monitor.

    Save up to have jtrammel perform an assessment.

    Another good learning source: http://bit.ly/DESlearningcenter
  13. Does equipment match duct? Static pressure will...

    Does equipment match duct? Static pressure will determine if you get huge savings, or none.
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    Too big a grid heater? Maybe time for one of...

    Too big a grid heater?

    Maybe time for one of Teddybear's toys - http://bit.ly/VentDehum
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    Wow, good company!

    Wow, good company!
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    80k btu requires the same airflow as 60? What a...

    80k btu requires the same airflow as 60? What a crock, a crook, and/or an idiot.

    If you wanted a quiet system, and wanted to go down 25% hoping to achieve that, and they disregarded your hopes...
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    PAV possibly causing depressurization danger,...

    PAV possibly causing depressurization danger, some thermal boundary confusion, two ND water heaters, non sealed combustion furnaces, major humidity issues, and apparently no qualified local help.
    ...
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    Consumption is going down, people recognize Home...

    Consumption is going down, people recognize Home Performance makes their homes comfortable, controllable, and dramatically drops consumption.

    Most have trouble seeing beyond the end of their...
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    Good. Best to slow down and get informed so you...

    Good. Best to slow down and get informed so you can make a wise decision, which is very unlikely when made in haste.

    Get an Ecobee thermostat, it'll log run cycles. It'll give you real...
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    A size 9 foot goes from average to tiny when you...

    A size 9 foot goes from average to tiny when you put it next to a size 15 shoe.


    Your house, relative to that equipment, is tiny.
  21. Bigger equipment = bigger profit. Might look...

    Bigger equipment = bigger profit. Might look into an energy audit. Get a third party opinion on that sizing. 4 tons on 2000 sf sounds grossly oversized and suspiciously rule of thumb. Did they do...
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    Won't help, your thinking is backwards. You need...

    Won't help, your thinking is backwards. You need equipment to run if you want even temperatures in those far rooms, not shut off faster. About to make a frustrating mistake.

    Equipment is all...
  23. Oversizing tends to be one of the prime driver of...

    Oversizing tends to be one of the prime driver of problems bringing people to HVAC talk. Spend a little time researching it.

    How many good decisions come from a place of fewr? Manual j, done...
  24. Who told you it doesn't come in 3 ton? Can you...

    Who told you it doesn't come in 3 ton? Can you get them to put that in writing?
  25. If you install T B' dehum, you might get away...

    If you install T B' dehum, you might get away with 2 or 2.5 ton.

    If you don't, better go with 2 stage 3 ton, and make sure the addition is built tight.

    99% certain your controller will run...
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