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    @drauseo - did you ever resolve this issue with Beazer. I ask because my wife an I are considering a nwe Beazer home and I surprised to learn from the salesperson that they no longer offer multiple HVAC systems for houses of this size. If you came to a satisfactory resolution, I'd love to hear it in case we decide to move forward with Beazer. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbombs517 View Post
    @drauseo - did you ever resolve this issue with Beazer. I ask because my wife an I are considering a nwe Beazer home and I surprised to learn from the salesperson that they no longer offer multiple HVAC systems for houses of this size. If you came to a satisfactory resolution, I'd love to hear it in case we decide to move forward with Beazer. Thanks!
    First things 1st _ I wouldn't go with Beazer.

    But, being objective ... PLAN
    ... START your own thread
    ... Provide all the specs such as OP provided initially.
    ------- + WINDOW Areas and S.H.G.C. & U-values
    ... Provide floor and duct plans.
    ... Attach Manual J and D calcs.

    --- Don't settle for Goodman.
    ___ You're half way to achieving Comfort.


    --- AND don't sign Anything until all HVAC documents are provided.
    AND Then reviewed here, evaluated by independent Mechanical Engineer or energy rater.

    You're 60% of way to nice Comfort level.
    ... Now they have to actually build it to Design and Specs
    Designer Dan
    It's Not Rocket Science, But It is SCIENCE with "Some Art". ___ ___ K EEP I T S IMPLE & S INCERE

    Define the Building Envelope and Perform a Detailed Load Calc: It's ALL About Windows and Make-up Air Requirements. Know Your Equipment Capabilities

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