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  1. #14
    After looking more carefully into central point installation, cost and headaches involved with this method are increasing exponentially every day. At this point I'm back @ crossroad.

  2. #15
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    If your objective is to save on AC costs during mild weather you have a VERY long payback time...

  3. #16
    And how did you figure that out?

  4. #17
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    BTDT. I open windows during spring fall when it's cool outside. Sure it saves some $$, but I mostly do it for the fresh air. Check the amount of cycling your AC does on a cool night.

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