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  1. #14
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    Originally posted by airworx
    i would also get an extended evap coil warranty.


    You'll only need this if you buy a Carrier. 5-7yrs is about the life of a carrier evap coil. Seem to changout a lot of them. Havn't changed a Trane evap yet in 10yrs and counting.
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  2. #15
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    Sep 2005
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    Thanks, guys. I did not see anyone saying anything "bad" (brand preferences and air filter recommendations aside), so I think we will go for it.

  3. #16
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    Originally posted by md master
    Originally posted by airworx
    i would also get an extended evap coil warranty.


    You'll only need this if you buy a Carrier. 5-7yrs is about the life of a carrier evap coil. Seem to changout a lot of them. Havn't changed a Trane evap yet in 10yrs and counting.
    Could it be remotely possible that there was a problem with the manufacture of C. evap coils 5-7 years ago, which granted the Trane coils did not have?? Should you then condemn the Carrier coils forever?

  4. #17
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    fANCY STUFF I WORK ON ALOT OF IT.Get medium brand insted-of
    without the variable speed blower.You dont want to buy one in the future/have the system balanced when finished/duct sizing is the most important/is this a retrofit or all new duct included/new home construction or old/oh and get a wood burning heater of some sort for back up heat and then you could cycle your fan from your thermostat to move the heat throughout your home /go with the highest seer outdoor unit without the req. of var.speed blower.

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