Type: Posts; User: jameswimer
are you kidding me
True but according to the report on their survey data the vast majority of repairs involved a problem with the furnace itself not with its installation. So its improtant to choose not only a good...
I liked the fact that some contractor put his name on the furnace.
LOL nice piping very creative.
the second seed is better seed, trust me
jets crapped the bed yesterday, the jets don't deserve to make the playoffs. They overpayed for aged veterans.
Check out a company call Air Advice, they make a monitor that test the very thing you are looking for.
I would suggest changing that unit you save anywhere from 30-50% on your gas bill, you also have an issue with fresh air and gas mixture. Your furnace should not be making a whoosh noise when it...
Everest is a Goodman product, I would suggest staying away from that brand if you check the November 2005 consumer reports you will find Goodman came in dead last on it's furnaces.
go with the ERV it's a better choice, you will not have to worry about a condensate drain as you do with a HRV.
Now that the dip switches are correct with comfort R feature, your air flow will ramp up from 50% to 80% to 100%. If there is a call on W2 your electric heat it will ramp the fan to 100%
I would agree and go with the best contractor, but I will tell you that the Kenmore line has issues with indoor coils.
They made by the same company and the same people, I work for American Standard both products are great!
I highly suggest you stay away from the goodman product line, check consumer reports you will find that goodman comes in dead last! Feb 2005 and May 2001. Have you considered some type of...
Like anything if you don't follow the manufacture spec you will have problems. I have several HVAC dealers that install these units everyday with no problems. Proper installation of the duct system...