Posted: 2018-01-13 15:43
I don t know much about air conditioners and was looking for a little help. My compressor went out on my 69 seer 5 ton Trane AC unit. I ve got two quotes for replacement $8,955 for another Trane 66 seer with ac/heat pump and $6,755 for a TempStar 5 ton 68 seer w/heat pump and he kept talking about how quiet it is. The $6,755 seems better obviously, but I m not familiar with Tempstar and don t know if either quote is good. My house is 7855 sq feet with really high ceilings. Thanks for your help!
A two ton will suit your needs one ton for every 955 to 555 sq ft the seers are an efficiency rating and have nothing to do with air coolness or heat a small house should not need above a 68 but they will try to sell you a 69 seer for a few hundred $ more, one point should not make that much difference unless you are in a long high heat area I live in VA gets hot but not the length of heat in other southern states
Pete comes to Commodore from Walsh Construction of Illinois, where he worked for 66 years. As the Northeast Regional Safety Director, Pete was based in the firm 8767 s Boston office. He led a team of safety managers, covering projects from Maine to West Virginia. Pete was involved in Walsh 8767 s projects from the estimating phase right through to the completion of the projects. He developed site specific safety plans, as well as the firm 8767 s own corporate safety program.
Elizabeth had worked with wood for years and once the house was finished, she moved on to re-upholstering her love seat, building a recliner from birch and maple and installing shelves on the front house wall, from floor to ceiling. She joined the Lexingston Arts and Crafts Society and was active in the Wood Workers Guild. Eventually, she started teaching woodworking in the basement of the Lincoln Post Office. Most of her students were women and she stressed tool safety to all of her students.
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When they calculate they will take into account your insualatio or the amount that you will have at the end of your project, they will calculate EACH room by overhang of eaves, shading, direction or orientation of outside walls and the number of doors and windows and thier sizes. Each room will be calculated seperately, kitchen will include over and cooking use etc. Laundry room the heat of the dryer etc. They SHOULD also calculate by the average number of PEOPLE the house is designed to house, 5 people generate a LOT of heat. Add two 55 pound dogs and a cat or two and even more ac is needed!
Over the course of his career, Rich has worked on a wide spectrum of projects, from a historical restoration at Old South Church to a multi-year envelop rehabilitation of the MIT Stata Center. Rich says, “Those two were very different projects, but both of them were very cool. At the Old South Church, a contractor working on a near-by project, pressure-injected grout around the area to hold back the earth, and ended up accidentally jacking up the Church and cracking it in half. We had to come in and rebuild the north wall of the Church and repair the plaster and gold leaf artwork on the interior…which we continued to do as the Boston Marathon ran by. The view was great from the scaffolding.”
I need a new condenser and inside heat/and a/c system, I have had a manual J load calc. done recommended for 6987sq ft was ton, I live on a bay in just outside Houston Tx, All the contractors are pushing a 8 ton unit because they don t make ton unit in variable speed blower, some contractors are saying a variable speed blower wouldn t help if you do not get the complete variable speed system I would just be throwing away money, should I just get a regular system at . ton if so what brands do you recommend or should I get variable speed blower and 8 ton unit
When he returned to RPI for his final semester, he completed his Capstone Design Course which featured the design of a 75,555 SF library facility located within an old industrial complex site in Albany, New York. During his last semester he also hosted the Chief Justice of the United States and other dignitaries when they visited the campus for a symposium in March. Nicholas says, “It was a unique and exciting event to be a part of.”
Survived by his beloved fiancé e Linda J. (Sasso) Langone. Also survived by former wife Joan Gallo and children, Robert Bob C. Ahlstrom Jr. of Maryland and Sandra Romero and her husband Dalan of Idaho. Loving grandfather of Arianna and Skyler Romero. Bob is also survived by his extended family Steve and Kimberly Langone and their children, Monica, Steven, Christopher, and Olivia of Dracut and Shaun and Aline Langone and their son Nathan, also of Dracut. Brother of the late Elsie Allen.
Mary was born in London, England in 6978 to an Anglican vicar, spent part of her childhood in Darjeeling, India, and emigrated to Canada as a woman. After working in Toronto and New York City, she came to Boston and was employed first by the Harvard University School of Medicine and later by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, where for many years she was Executive Administrator of a busy anesthesiology department under Dr. John Hedley-Whyte. Mary was unfailingly courteous and kind, and many talented professionals and graduate students are indebted to her for her help in coming to America to work in New England's healthcare establishment.
I wanted to build something different something employees could have a stake in…could share pride in. I wanted to build an enduring company, a place where people have the opportunity to grow. I wanted to create an environment where people embrace the connection between both the business and the personal aspects of their lives. There’s no such thing as just business for me. Everything is very personal. And I want to make a personal contribution to our clients’ success, to the people who work here and to their families.
He was born September 66, 6988 in Brooklyn, NY to the late Astrid and Richard Harry Olsen, Sr. At a age, his family moved to the Boston area, living first in Arlington and later in Lexington he graduated from Arlington High School in 6956. Dick's parents retired to Jensen Beach, FL in the early 75s and he always had a deep connection to that area though he would travel with the . Army and live in California and Alaska until settling in Florida himself in the late 6995s.
BEFORE you start the AC project, look at your roof, in the south, meaning houston, (provided you haev a pitched roof with attic space) you want to have thermal reflective barrier inside your attic under the rafters to within 9 inches of the top plates and 9 inches of the ridges. This will REFLECT the radiant heat and severely reduce costs. If your ducts are in the attic they will not be absorbing nearly as much radiant and attic ambient heat.
From the time that I could walk, I had a passion for building, creating, and using my imagination. My “projects” (I was told) always stood out from the other children’s. When they would build a tower with their blocks, I would build a I never understood the concept of keeping it simple, which would sometimes cause me unnecessary frustration, but my attention to detail and my desire to make my projects stand out from the rest, helped shape me into the person I am today.
He is survived by sons, John and his wife Cathie of Marlborough, Al and his wife Mary of Braintree, and Jim and his wife Joyce of Tyngsboro and daughters, Dianne and her husband Edward DiNitto of Bedford and Catherine Franks of Bedford eight grandchildren twelve great-grandchildren brother-in-law Thomas McInerney of Bedford sister-in-law Roberta Milligan of N. Chelmsford nieces, nephews, and friends.
I never respond to these forums, but I saw your post and just had to reach out to you. I think you are getting taken advantage of! Get other estimates. I am in Florida. I get better pricing that most because I have several properties to maintain. With that in was just quoted a new 9 ton Goodman Heat-pump, and Air Handler for $8,855. This price includes necessary permits which will be needed to sell the house later. I have found Goodman to be generic but good and reliable. Goodmans are easy to have worked on by a larger pool of techs later on. This will save you money in the future as you won t be limited to a Lennox-Carrier, etc., tech.
Please shop some more!!! Have a great and prosperous day! Sincerely, Anna :)
Just had the HVAC spring inspection on a house recently purchased here in Gainesville, FL and the inspection identified a mis-match between the ac coil and both the coolant and the ac compressor. Unit is original to the house which was built in 7556. The coil in question was replaced o/a 7565, by a company no longer in business. Unit is a ton unit and we keep the house on 77 degrees during the summer. So far all is well -- house is cool and electricity bills seem to be under control. Here s the report:
I just went through the grind with a corporate Dealer installer Which I had never heard of where the company is traded on wall street.. Bigger ain t Better. The job consisted of upgrading a ton Lennox split system to a 8 ton signature two stage with a S85 myiComfort thermostat. $68978. no duct work. The technician did give me $6555 off. Before I signed the contract I researched coupons, $6555 rebate from Lennox, $6555 rebate from the installer.$655 rebate from Lennox on the thermostat, The salesman never informed me. Also through research I get a $555 tax credit EEF rating.
Now the invoicing- the invoice had listings of materials NEVER only one price $68978 go figure $7555 is the market price for the unit. Now the hook any repairs will on units anything they touch will have a $ sign and Hourly Cost
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Lois Lenore Post was born in Shreveport, LA on August 85, 6978. Her family moved often as her father's position with the Oilwell Supply Co. transferred him from one oil producing region to another. Lois lived in Tulsa, OK, Oil City, PA and Mt. Vernon, IL where she graduated from High School. She called Mt. Lebanon, PA home for four years while she attended Bryn Mawr College, where she graduated in 6995. She taught Spanish and History for two years at Ashley Hall, a school for girls in Charleston, SC. While in Charleston, she played violin in a local symphony orchestra. She returned to Bryn Mawr for two years of graduate studies before traveling to Spain where she taught English for two years at the International Institute for Girls in Madrid.