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    OK, what is the feeling on adding a seperate attic a/c system vs. in the duct work that supplies the heat? I'm sorry if I ask some of the same ques. trying to come up with the best system...
    Again would the 4 inch supplies for the heat be ok? Or should they be upgraded as well?
    Just want to finish
    Thanks, glad I found this site......

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    Depends on size of room you are tring to heat..

    Give room size and how many rooms?


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    This is for an entire house. at this time ther is a 85000 btu unit forced ait oil...

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    Sep 2004
    what was the result of your load calculations? 4 inch supplys would be great if you are heating a dog house

    isd this a do it yourself project or is your contractor unable to answer your questions?

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    Nov 2004
    SW FL

    Thumbs down 4 "

    Originally posted by ct2
    ... 4 inch supplys would be great if you are heating a dog house ...
    that Dog house would have to be VERY Small though.
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    Jan 2004
    Though we already answered this question in your other post.

    New duct work for the furnace, and the a/c installed with it.
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