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    what furnace do I buy

    I,m buying a new furnace and I can,nt decide between the York 2 stage varible fan or the new moduale . They are the same cost. Any suggestions?

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    Twilli say buy both and keep one as spare
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    thanks that helps

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    Thumbs up Great choices

    I think these are both great furnaces you can't go wrong.
    Modulating is every thing the two stage var. is and little more.
    Make sure you get 10 yr Part and Labor warranty, because out of warranty repairs are going to be expensive with either.

    visit this link for more info: http://www.yorkupg.com/homeowners/fu...ct_a_model.asp
    Last edited by chlosum; 10-30-2007 at 11:14 PM. Reason: adding link

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    If it was my house I’d go with the 2-stage, variable speed furnace and then modify it into a single stage to save on the gas bill. Longer run times with colder air just doesn’t seem like more comfort to me. I’ve even had customers who had their natural draft furnaces replaced with high efficiency two-stage, variable speed furnaces and they complained that they were cold. In both cases the furnace was keeping up and properly sized but their complaint was that the air coming out of the register when the furnace was running didn’t feel hot enough. Had it been a modulating then the air coming out of the furnace would have been colder yet. I should mention that I’ve only heard this complaint twice and both couples were older, like in their sixty’s and seventy’s.

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    Twilli knows the patent belongs to Goodman
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    The answer is a simple one go with a Trane 90 percent if your able to run a pvc vent to the outside, and if not go with a Trane 80 2 stage

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