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  1. #1
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    Variable capacity geo with geo domestic water heating

    This house was baseboard heaters and converted to a Waterfurnace 3 ton ground source heat pump Series 7 and NSW018 for water heating with an 80 gallon storage tank. Ground loop was horizontally bored and we added a lifebreath HRV since the homeower was going to be sealing up and tightening the home and going for a Zero energy home.
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    Very nice. 7 Series has promoted me to consider replacing my two-stage furnace with variable speed blower and 11 SEER heat pump.

  3. #3
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    why not put the red wires coming down the water storage tank in loom tubing for a better look and protection of the wires them selves other wise a good looking install

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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    why not put the red wires coming down the water storage tank in loom tubing for a better look and protection of the wires them selves other wise a good looking install
    This was the one thing that I noticed and did not like either, thanks for the suggestion I want to clean up that one wire as well and that might make it look better.
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