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    I live in Indiana and need to replace my existing AC and natural gas furnace (all piping, vents and ductwork will be reused). I have a two-story, 3500sf home (which I plan to live in for another 20-25 years) and have been quoted about $xx by a couple of companies to install a Trane XV90 2-stage variable speed 100,000 BTU upflow natural gas furnace, a Trane XL14i 3.5 ton (42,000 BTU) air conditioning unit w/R-410A, a Honeywell whole house humidifier and whole house duct cleaning (they are also "throwing in" 3 and 10 year mainenance service contracts.

    Is this about right on size of units and pricing.

    Any knowledgeable comments would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

    [Edited by Baldloonie on 10-25-2005 at 06:44 PM]

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    Sorry for the edit but we don't comment on other dealer's pricing. Only way to know if it is a good deal is have another dealer bid similar equipment.

    Nice system, be sure they use a good 2 stage thermostat like the Honeywell Vision Pro or the White-Rodgers 1F95-391 which also controls humidifiers & dehumidify on demand capability of the XV90.

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    No problem BaldLoonie, thanks for erasing some of my ignorance!


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    What part of Indiana are you from?

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    Indianapolis

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    Me too. If you want more help, my e-mail address is on my web site, see the profile.

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    Same here...

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