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    The previous furnace in the basement was a 90 and...

    The previous furnace in the basement was a 90 and the one in the
    attic was an 80. There was some concern about freezing a 95 in the
    attic if the temperature dropped too far below freezing. Also...
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    Thanks, that was what I was thinking. I won't...

    Thanks, that was what I was thinking. I won't mention the $$$
    but the sales rep said I could buy the additional warranty years
    for less money if I wanted
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    yes both are variable speed. which actually...

    yes both are variable speed.

    which actually reminds me of another question.
    The original furnaces were 100k btu upstairs and 80k in the
    basement. After load calcs one fellow came back with...
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    Trane XR14 vs. XL15i

    Thank you for all the answers to my previous post. I have decided to
    go with a Trane 95 furnace downstairs and 80 furnace in the attic.

    Last decision is XR14 or XL15i for the 2 A/C units. The...
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    Thanks so far

    Thanks for all the info so far. My listing of who gave me what information
    was not all that clear. So here it is

    Number one - salesman for larger plumbing & heating co.

    He...
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    Too many opinions on replacing my HVAC

    Hi,

    I live in New Jersey and am replacing the entire HVAC system in my
    18 year old house. It currently has two furnaces/AC units - one in the
    attic for the second floor and one in the...
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