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    Source for York or Carrier furnaces

    First post out of the blocks. Been perusing this site for a few weeks. Defintiely great info. I'm in the market for a new gas furnace. My neighbors brother has been a HVAC installer for 15 years or so. He's agreed to install a new furnace for me. However, I'm going to have to purchase the unit I want. My current furnace is 35 years old and when I was having some work done last year, the mechanic advised the thing was probably 50&#37; efficient and was wasting a boat load of cash heating our house. My current furnace is rated at 128k btu's. So I'm going to stay with the same in a single stage model and am looking at something at least 90% efficient. Any suggestions on a particular model and retailers/suppliers for either York or Carrier. They've been recommended by several sources and seem to be well liked on these boards. A google search wasn't real helpful. I also plan on installing a humidifier at the same time. Any suggestions or help is appreciated. I can also be reached at <removed> Thanks
    Rick
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    You obviously didn't peruse very well.

    Nobody here is going to advise you on where to purchase a furnace so side job bob can install it for you.

    Thread closed.
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triple BB View Post
    However, I'm going to have to purchase the unit I want.
    How are you going to do this? Most supply houses won't sell direct to a homeowner.

    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrbenny View Post
    You obviously didn't peruse very well.

    Nobody here is going to advise you on where to purchase a furnace so side job bob can install it for you.

    Thread closed.
    Side Job Bob. That's funny.

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    You're going to keep the 128kbtu size but in a 90%? Yep. I can see that boat load of cash just sailing your way.

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