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Graduated from Private Technical School in 1975. An HVAC/Refrigeration Contractor . Have Unlimited Heating/Piping and Cooling Contractor License.Limited Sheetmetal Contractors License.NATE Certifield. York Certifield Master Heat Pump Technician 1986. Served 33 years combination Active Duty Air Force , Air Force Reserves and Air National Guard in the HVAC/Refrigeration Shop/Mechanical Shop. Troubleshooting/Installing HVAC/Refrigeration Equiptment Worldwide. Retiring in 2003 as a Senior NCO ,and a Mechanical Superintendent.
Mark, I would remove the face grille to see how much quieter your return noise is. If it's relatively quiet you can bend the louvers upwards for less restrictions using a needle nose plier. You can
Mark, That would depend on what size wire you have , 14 gauge is good for 15 Amps. I believe. You may want to ask a electrician at this site. You should look at the data plate on your heater for the
John, The first thing your really suppose to do is a load calculation to determine exactly what size system you need, as your one ton off between the two contractors. How did the first Contractor calculate
Here is Ohio rebate program , for anything from thermostats to energy star rated Central air systems . A rebate is money in your pocket, as opposed to the tax credit https://www.aepohio.com/save/residential/programs/In-homeEnergySavings/In-homeEnergyRebatePrograms
I would go with the 95 % condensing furnace as you can get the tax credit ( have them provide you with the 7 digit AHRI ( ahridirectory.org ) before you sign a contract. The credit is worth $300.00 and
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