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I am in central WIsconsin. So it gets quite cold. I am in the market to purchase a new high efficiency furnace and AC. I currently have central air and heat and both units are 30+ years old. In doing research and getting quotes from a few companies I coul

Post created: 2013-11-08 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 123

On 2013-11-08 Mike Kitzman wrote:

Not sure if you can see my entire posted question. In doing research and getting quotes on a new system some new variables were thrown my way. Here are the stats. Home is 30+ years old, under 20 windows, Home style is single story ranch. current system is central AC and Natural gas furnace. All guys that came through generally ball parked the furnace need to be 50,000 BTUs with either a 14 to 16 SEER AC. Basically replace the old with new high efficiency stuff. Simple Right? Heres where I mentally locked up. One guy is telling me I should consider a air to air heat pump coupled with a high efficiency gas furnace. Can some one help me based on the info provided if this is a good idea for this climate? Thanks

The stuff he suggested is the Goodman GS213 Heat pump with the Goodman GMVM96 gas furnace.


On 2013-11-08 Mike Kitzman wrote:

Not sure if you can see my entire posted question. In doing research and getting quotes on a new system some new variables were thrown my way. Here are the stats. Home is 30+ years old, under 20 windows, Home style is single story ranch. current system is central AC and Natural gas furnace. All guys that came through generally ball parked the furnace need to be 50,000 BTUs with either a 14 to 16 SEER AC. Basically replace the old with new high efficiency stuff. Simple Right? Heres where I mentally locked up. One guy is telling me I should consider a air to air heat pump coupled with a high efficiency gas furnace. Can some one help me based on the info provided if this is a good idea for this climate? Thanks

The stuff he suggested is the Goodman GS213 Heat pump with the Goodman GMVM96 gas furnace.


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