Type: Posts; User: hahnster1
Make them yourself.
A good tech could probably fix your coil, how ever it will have an ugly spot in it. I think the yellow pages is your next step.
Might be that new system smell? Call your contractor if it bugs you too much
Proposals, contracts and signatures are the law of the land. Wouldn't do a job without one.
First things first, Quit buying from the commies. Corrosion, expansion and contraction are major factors.
Go for the higher SEER rating and the rebate, difference will only be $1500.00 after the rebate. The equipment will probably pay for itself in 4 - 6 years due to lower utility cost, that will depend...
I could come up with all kinds of negatives. It appears to me that equipment in crawl spaces don't have the longevity as other installations do.
58CVA-110-20 is rated for 5 tons of air flow, 25HPA536A003 is a 3 ton heat pump. I think I might question sizing of system before you start hating your contractor.
All due respects sir, just trying to point this customer in the right direction and be profesional. Yes , Carrier 2 stage equipment will work very well with a single stage t'stat, and the Infinity...
I think you need to have a qualified tech check your defrost time/operation and maybe the placement of defrost t'stat.
Anyone can take a test, anyone can be The President but do they really know anything? Are they really qualified? It's the devil in the details.
Travelover, A good estimator will know how to size a system for your home and your area instinctively, but he/she will always check.
Most 2 stage equipment will work off of a single stage t'stat....
Fibersport, have your technician call york factory service while he/she is there and have them check all low voltage wiring and set up of system.