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My wife and I are planning to replace our aging gas-fired furnace (Magic Chef). One contractor we like has proposed a Bryant 2-stage 80% AFUE system as the replacement. Does anyone have an opinion on this brand? Any questions you think I should ask?

Post created: 2016-05-03 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 72

I am looking for feedback on the Bryant line of equipment as a residential install. We live in New England and have a ranch style house, The current system is forced hot air.


On 2016-05-04 Gary wrote:

You should have a Manual J load calculation done. This will take into account such things as the size of your home, window and door size and type, roof material, climate, and other factors to find the correct system for your home. A correctly sized unit, whether Bryant or another brand, will be the most efficient and save you money. If you'd like to find a contractor to do a load calculation and install a new unit, we can help you find one, here.


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