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    Model # AS36A26AT

    Model # AS36A26AT Serial # 9F17010S...Is this unit big enough to heat and cool a 2500sq. foot living space, middle Georgia area.

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    Made this its own thread. Please don't hi jack threads.

    You might want to have a load calc done to know if its the right size for your home.
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    Heating/Air

    Calc? You will have to be VERY specific and explain. Can I get a yes or no answer to my question?

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    Ok...calculations....How do I calculate the information I gave you?

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    Use this http://hvaccomputer.com/talkref.asp


    There is no yes or no answer to your question.
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    The amount of glass in the house has a lot more to do with the unit size than the amount of floor area. When you do a load calculation, you input the Square feet of wall, windows, doors, ceilings, floors and skylights. The kind and amount of insulation. The way the house faces. The volume of the house. The internal loads like people and appliances. The number of fireplaces and people. Only after putting all of that in do you get a load calculation.
    Remember, Air Conditioning begins with AIR.

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