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  1. #14
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    You're welcome.

    Thank You for doing the right thing.


    Quote Originally Posted by Br317 View Post
    Final update. Just got the 60k BTU furnace installed. Runs a lot quieter and has more comfortable temperatures from the registers. Thanks again to everyone who helped me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Br317 View Post
    Final update. Just got the 60k BTU furnace installed. Runs a lot quieter and has more comfortable temperatures from the registers. Thanks again to everyone who helped me!
    to the contractor for doing the right thing.

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    Thanks for the update. We’re glad you got a satisfactory outcome.
    AOP Rules: Rules For Equipment Owners.

    Free online load calculator: http://www.loadcalc.net/


    There = not here. Their = possessive pronoun. They're = they are
    It's = contraction of it is. Its = the possessive form of it
    Too = also. To = expressing motion. Two = 2
    Then = after that, next. Than = indicates a comparison.
    Questions should end with a question mark "?" Statements end with a period "."

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    So you went with the single stage 60K, did you ask about a 60K 2 stage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BNME8EZ View Post
    So you went with the single stage 60K, did you ask about a 60K 2 stage?
    Stuck with the 60k single stage. Didn’t bother rocking the boat with asking about the 2stage 60k. They were already pressuring me into the 80k 2 stage and didn’t want to argue about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Br317 View Post
    Thanks. For reference.

    1924 home is 1250 square feet
    (2x4 main level) with about 450 basement and rest crawl (8” block).
    All windows low e,

    5-6” ceiling insulation in vented attic,
    likely uninsulated walls.

    Design temps were 6*f and 90*f. (Indianapolis)
    I missed this post earlier … out-of-town.

    ~ 50,000 BTU/HR IMO.
    Obviously, > 50 Year Old residence is EXTREMELY DIFFICULT to develop an accurate analysis.
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    Define the Building Envelope and Perform a Detailed Load Calc: It's ALL About Windows and Make-up Air Requirements. Know Your Equipment Capabilities

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