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  1. #14
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    Mar 2005
    5,000 ft
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    Keep it out of the crawl if you can. I can promise any future service needed will be less than 100% given by the tech since most crawls are not an easy place to service/repair.

    We charge a few more $$ on repairs if in attic or crawl do to time to get ladder out or extrat time to crawl the space etc...

    Depending on geographic region, humidity may be an issue.

  2. #15
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    Feb 2008
    Altmar, New York, United States
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdog8 View Post
    Currently building a new home and my HVAC contractor wants to put the gas furnance in the crawlspace. What are the positives and negatives by doing so. My crawlspace is about 6 blocks high where he wants to put it with a crawlspace door with in 8 feet of unit.
    if this is a new house, why not put in a boiler system? they can hang on the wall in a closet so they don't take much room and if it's installed right you won't even know it's working. i personaly like hydronic heat better than forced air mainly because of that reason, and i find it more comfortable. just a thought.

  3. #16
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    Dec 2006
    Middle Tennessee
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    have the builder build an extra closet (inside the house) for the airhandler

    it does not use up that much space

    if i ever build another house, thats what i would do


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