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  1. Hey, I just wanted to thank you all for the...

    Hey, I just wanted to thank you all for the information you've shared. I've managed to get all my questions answered, and really appreciate the time you folks have taken to help.
  2. Agreed. What made me nervous was one load calc...

    Agreed. What made me nervous was one load calc that showed 26600 BTUH.




    Duct system is already existing, so "design" is probably wishful thinking, except for any new trunk to our basement if...
  3. With the 006 fan coil (HSPF of 13), the AHRI...

    With the 006 fan coil (HSPF of 13), the AHRI directory says you get 24800 BTU at 17F outside. Oddly (to me), it only gives 23600 BTU at 47F outside.




    Yes, it's desirable. But finances are...
  4. Thanks for the question. Last summer, we used...

    Thanks for the question.

    Last summer, we used just two, but that's 'cause we gave up on trying to keep the entire upstairs comfortable. So one 5500BTU unit went in the basement (where we hang out...
  5. questions about replacement system, sizing, options

    Greetings,

    Our gas furnace (80%, forced-air) and gas water heater are ready to be replaced (I had them installed in 1992), and we're shopping for as much efficiency as we can afford, aiming at a...
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    Greetings, I've been running my furnace blower...

    Greetings,

    I've been running my furnace blower continuously since it was installed in 1992, because I like to run the Honeywell electrostatic air cleaner all the time (dust/mold allergies have...
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    I think "ct" meant, wouldn't using your gas water...

    I think "ct" meant, wouldn't using your gas water heater instead of electric heat strips be a good source for backup heat for a heat-pump installation. This is what I had in mind, since I already...
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    Agreed, I wasn't really looking for a heat-pump...

    Agreed, I wasn't really looking for a heat-pump water-heater; They're more geared for warm/humid climates, and for folks with high hot-water uses. Here's an article:

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    Nice breakdown on relative costs above. This is...

    Nice breakdown on relative costs above. This is my first post here; I'm a homeowner, in case that doesn't become obvious below.

    Got to thinking about this issue a few months ago when we wanted...
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