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    Service Guy needs help with a small new install...

    I am a service and repair based company and looking to do a small new install duct/unit etc... The house is 1k sqft and we are putting a 2.5 ton on the house but i need help with the load calcs and the duct sizing... any help would be greatly appreciated... Thanks!!

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    we are looking to add 8 registers total and use all flex ducting... thanks!

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    Try Manual J & Manual D

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisHVAC25 View Post
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    this is the best part of his reply. this says it all!

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    That's a lot of tonnage for 1000 square feet. Most of the homes around mine are that size and a 1.5 ton keeps them cool until it gets over 100 outside. These are cheaply built 60 year old homes.

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    What area you in?

    I'm at 1300 square feet of 1950's block wall construction, and a crappy roof design.

    2.5 ton, and it's oversized, for the cincinnati area.
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    I always liked Dirty Harry movies and when I read this post....what comes to mind is....From Magnum Force....

    "A man has got to know his limitations"

    Everyone has to start somewhere and it sounds like a crash course in Manual J,D,T,S is required.

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    only 8 registers ? So you're oversizing the unit , and going to starve it for air as well ... hmm

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    2.5 tons is way overkill for a place that size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Juice View Post
    2.5 tons is way overkill for a place that size.
    Here in Phoenix, Arizona. 2-2.5 ton is a very good choice.
    Decide what you want, decide what you are willing to exchange for it. Establish your priorities and go to work." H.L. Hunt

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan wong View Post
    Here in Phoenix, Arizona. 2-2.5 ton is a very good choice.
    I suppose for a 115F design temp that could make sense

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    You're about a ton over what you need unless the house has 20 foot ceilings or is missing an exterior wall

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