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    replaceing 5 ton central ac

    Have been recommended Carrier 5 ton 16 seer. this unit is for ground floor only . Live in florida 1 mile from coast. I have no clue of what choice is best. researched all weekend and confused? Which is more important brand/product/installer?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    The midwest.
    An honest installer. You won't find a 16 SEER in a 5 ton, to my knowledge.

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    Join Date
    May 2010
    SF Bay Area, CA
    installer. how was the 5 tons arrived at?

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    Replacing 5 ton Coleman unit 9 years old. This is the size our contractor installed when house was built 2001 for ground floor. About 3500 sq ft. Contractor installed 2 ton for 2 nd floor

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    model # 25 HPA660 A30 Performance series is what was quoted

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    You may be able to get a $1500 tax credit on a 5 ton 16 seer unit. I believe the government is still offering tax credits for high efficiency units until 2011. Its 30% of the total cost, with a maximum credit of $1500. It doesn't apply to new buildings though.

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