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  1. #14
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    Definately go with a h/p. Period.
    Live for yourself and ask no one to live for you.

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    Originally posted by oil lp man
    Dan we live in 2 different worlds.
    Where you live oil heat would be a joke. Where I live electric heat would be a joke.
    Where I live, heating is not an option.
    NOT Needed. L O L

    Where one lives has very little to do
    with what I would actually recommend.
    Fact$, performance and analysis are the basis of recommendations.
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    Heat pump can be used nearly anywhere
    south of latitude 48'

    looks good on paper, have you ever seen one of the Great Lakes frozen over?

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    Thumbs up HP

    Originally posted by zzonko
    Heat pump can be used nearly anywhere
    south of latitude 48'
    looks good on paper, have you ever seen one of the Great Lakes frozen over?
    Sure,
    solid frozen small lakes are great
    for ice skating
    all day.

    What the Earth's temperature 20 feet down?
    Designer Dan
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    looks good on paper, have you ever seen one of the Great Lakes frozen over?

    sure,
    solid frozen small lakes are great
    for ice skating
    all day.
    What the Earth's temperature 20 feet down?
    I understand Geo, just not very common around the frozen tundra of the Great Lakes region, although they are here and there.

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