Ok -- last year I had a new Bryant dual-fuel heat pump system put in -- put in July 5th 2005.
Have loved the system so far except for one thing -- it will not cool the house adequately when the outside temp goes above 90. It will run all day long and keep it around 80 degrees or so? When I complained last year the company came out and slowed down the fan so that the air being delivered would be cooler. This made the problem worse.
But... we had a fairly cool summer last year and the temps were no longer in the 90's after about August or so. This year I called on the problem again-- they are going to send a tech out tomorrow -- he will find that everything is fine -- I'm sure -- since they just did the summer start-up a few weeks ago and and everyhting checked out.
Should I require that a better sized unit be put in that wll cool the hose better?
Their gauruantee says that the new system can maintain a 75 degree house on a 100 degree day -- that aint happening and it never has. BUT.... the garuantee expired on july 5th this year --- should I still push to have a .5 ton larger or so system put in?
If I was willing to pay for the difference between my system and the next size up -- what would i expect to pay?
[Edited by hamons on 07-17-2006 at 10:16 AM]