hello got a few questions if someone help?
i work commerical service with some installs here and there. i worked residential for about 3 months so not to familar with the products out there.
this is for my parents, but i have a 30 year old GE heat pump that i need to replace.
First letter is either a P or R CWF63OG1F03
Electric heat number
Condenser Model BGWA830R1A SERIAL 250625303
IM I right to say the the 30 in the model number is the tonnage?
I would like to get a american standard or trane to replace, my company is a carrier rep
the old ge unit pulls from the front with no duct hook up to it because it pulls from the basement and everyroom up stairs has a return in it that goes down threw the wall and opens up down stairs
height for the new unit is and issue i only have 74 3/4 from ground to duct work, my question is would i be better off getting a unit that sits on the ground and put a filter grill and register on the side of the unit and make a new transition to the duct work.
any advice would be helpful thanks? or any pdf files on trane and american standard residential units
Could not find any match on indoor.
BGWA830A=1977 29,000btu/ E.E.R. 6.9
Most of American Standard air handlers are 43" height;I would also consider variable drive.
13.0 S.E.E.R. System
TWE031E13FB-Air handler-31,000 btu.
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Bless you my son for staying away from Carrier.
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thanks for the info and the reply