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    Wanna get rid of the ground water to air unit

    Jacksonville, Florida
    3500 square foot house, split level, 30 year old ground water to air unit, 5 ton.

    i want to get rid of this leaky inefficient beast, and put in air to air.

    a) should i put in a 5 ton air to air and zone it?

    b) put in 2 3-ton, one for the upstair/downstair bedroom and one for the kitchen, great room, that's the big part of the house

    c) minimum is 13 seer with variable air handler, should i go 16 seer?

    my electric bill is $550 in the summer, most of that is AC.

    (i'm going to redo the insulation, put in radiant heat barriers, repair the supply lines.


    d) i want to run a return line from each room, my AC guy wants to cut the bottoms of the doors off..

    Please read the site posting rules, No Pricing allowed.


    thanks, mucho..
    Last edited by ARPA; 07-01-2008 at 11:58 AM.

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