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    With this plan you have to use one of the...

    With this plan you have to use one of the contractors certified under the plan. Having lived and owned various houses in this area I'm a bit more familiar with the local companies vs PA. The plan...
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    Teddy Bear: I want to thank you for your help ...

    Teddy Bear: I want to thank you for your help ... I ordered the Santa Fe compact and installed it the other day ... I'm going to stop in tomorrow see how she is doing.

    That is a very nice unit...
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    Energy Audit in NJ

    Wondering if anyone has any experience. The NJ energy program looks interesting with potential rebates up to 5k .. requires an energy audit ....... anything to look out for?

    I have quite a few...
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    I see .....so the compact 2 and the 70 are...

    I see .....so the compact 2 and the 70 are similar units? Then the advanced 2 and the 90?

    I like the idea of the separate intake for outside on the 90 .. should I need that in the future ... but...
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    dehumidifier question

    My post fire rebuild is moving along like molasses ... it will be two years very soon.

    So nothing happening with the studio upgrades. I have to get a better dehumidifier for the space ... and I'm...
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    BadgerBoiler ... Thanks for your input. I will...

    BadgerBoiler ... Thanks for your input. I will have to look up "CH"

    Lots of people in my area have Propane issues ... I never understood why until more research .. thats how I found reference to...
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    Viessmann Vitodens 222-5

    Anybody have any experience with the 222-5 ..... it looks like just the ticket for my rebuild.

    Compact size. Modulatiing and self adjusting burner (important as I am on propane) plenty of hot...
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    Historic board is a pain! All three options are...

    Historic board is a pain! All three options are going to require some type of screening.

    The space is basically two equal sized large garages -- about 1700 sf total. A package HP could be...
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    Dedicated horizontal package unit.

    I was questioned (historic review board) about the use of a package unit to heat/ cool my studio. I'm wondering what differences, if any the dedicated horizontal units have over the ones that can be...
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    Back when I had it installed the 32 gal tank had...

    Back when I had it installed the 32 gal tank had me a bit concerned - but it has work flawlessly ... we do keep the temp of the water on the high side. That house has NG .... my new system must be...
  11. I had the infinity system installed in the house...

    I had the infinity system installed in the house I grew up in ..... it is a large colonial w/ first floor sun rooms on both sides and a later one story rear addition .... it was split into 3 zones...
  12. VS Units and Proper Ductwork: Education Please

    I have read quite a few posts regarding the newest inverter compressor systems and the need for proper sized ductwork .. even more so then standard systems ... and I'm a bit confused. It sounds as...
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    Indirect DHW: Still the best way to go?

    Over the last couple of months I have read a few comments stating that indirect DW heaters were more expensive to operate VS others ....... electric included.

    I have to make a decision soon and I...
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    equipment question

    I getting a bit closer to specifying a system -- the installer that I feel the most comfortable with is speaking of two Carrier Infinity 25HNB6 Heat Pumps and two Infinity 59TP5A Propane heaters. One...
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    The Propane vs Electric is what I am trying to...

    The Propane vs Electric is what I am trying to figure out. Drilling the wells for geothermal will be 60k -- don't see the payback. I have a 84% direct vent fan forced propane heater out in my...
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    Thanks for the input. With no NG available I'm...

    Thanks for the input. With no NG available I'm stuck with expensive alternatives -- so I have no choice but to get the best heat pumps available. I'm going to spray foam the whole place and install...
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    Polaris WH

    Looks like a few years ago I see positive reviews of these units - wondering if that is still the case?

    Would use a propane unit for HW as well as for back up coils in two HP's (possible small...
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    So what should I take into account as far as the...

    So what should I take into account as far as the back up heat? Understanding that NG is not available. I did not understand that the heat strips and the HP worked together
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    AUX Heat Help

    I'm confused !

    I was reading over another thread where it was mentioned that the Carrier Greenspeed is optimized for heat capacity - and is able to operate at lower temps keeping the set point...
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    Interesting --- So why does the line set care if...

    Interesting --- So why does the line set care if it is in the ground or not? I'm wondering what is actually changing with the operation of the AC/ Heat pump when the line set is buried. My house is...
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    What kind of warranty issues could come into...

    What kind of warranty issues could come into play? Can you get any noise if the line set is in a conduit? I have asked so many questions because I am rebuilding an old stone structure located in a...
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    Looks like the evaporator would be a tad lower...

    Looks like the evaporator would be a tad lower then the condenser -- we are going to be digging out an existing crawlspace for radon issues and I am hoping that we can get it to a usable depth to...
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    Burried Lineset??

    What is the best way to burry a line set? I am doing some planning for my rebuild and because of the size of the new HE condensers it looks like one will need to be situated away from the house if...
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    What controls the Whole House vents? Do they run...

    What controls the Whole House vents? Do they run all the time? -- at 80% I would think you would loose a lot of heat? I'm just wondering if you can pipe them to take air out of the bathrooms and...
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    No allergy problems. Previously I always had the...

    No allergy problems. Previously I always had the Honeywell electronic systems -- and the last two have been the 5" media on recommendation from the installer. They are not Carrier brand -- but the...
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