Im a do it yourselfer and trying to replace my complete air
conditioning system with a new Goodman Heat Pump system from
acoverstock.com. I have 2100 sqaure feet and have a 2.5 ton system in
there now. Its 15 years old. Not sure if I should get a 3 ton or a 4
ton unit from www.acoverstock.com.
Both are good prices. Anyone have any thoughts on which air
conditioning system is better? I live in Nortgh Carolina
There's also a YORK air conditioning system that acoverstock.com
offers. Price is better but warranty on goodman heat pump is better.
Nice try Warren. Your bullshit attempt at advertising is very weak and
lame. It must really suck to have to rely on advertising in a
newsgroup to try and get business. Maybe next you could post down at
the local gay bar.
How do I do a loa calculation on my own? Is there a software? I dont
mind paying a couple bucks to get it done but I wanna get teh right
system. My installer is not buying teh system. I am saving $1800
buying it myself. Thats not nothing in terms of savings. I got 4
bedrooms, 2100 sq feet. Got an old 10 SEER r22 system in there now.
Wanna go to 13 or 14 SEER and maybe 3 tons should do it. Im not
changing ducting any, but all the copper needs to be replaced.
I would want it from a pro in writing, im sure you can try to do one
yourself and it may possibly be right.I made this mistake by getting
mine verbaly sized by my installer and mine is oversized to the point
I need to run 2 dehumidifiers in summer sometimes, I could have paid
less for a smaller unit but now I paid extra for dehuimidifiers and
pay extra in electricity to run dehumidifiers.
Please dont fall for Warrens spamming bullshit attempt at
advertising. He has lame advertising and can only afford to do it here
for free. He assumes several names and is a LIAR as his post about a
do it yourselfer wants you to believe. This was NOT a do it yourself
project. It is merely his feeble attempts at advertising.
I don't think this guy is spamming for that company. I’m in the web
biz and I did a spyFu.com analysis on the overstock company and they're
spending a boat load on Google clicks. Also I did one of those
alexa.com checkups and the overstock company is the fastest growing
company rated in 3 months
I saw this guy, whoever name he goes by, in other other newsgroups
doing the same thing,.. he does it with different companies so you know
he’s not paid by that company. And I checked that company too and they
are legit contractors with A+ rating so I think what this guy, or these
guys are doing is testing usenet indexing. When I ran a test this
overstock company is spending $15,000 or more a month on Google alone
so there is no way they would have some turd like this post one or two
ridiculous spam posts and that's all. I ran a search and only found
the overstock deal posted in one other newsgroup but also found same
guy talking about the overstock companies competitors, alpine and
acirect, as well. So you KNOW he isn't being paid from what I can tell.
He testing the waters of some sort and we are taking his bait by
answering to him which is bringing importance to his thread! We need
to simply KILL/Ignore, that's all.
Knower of All things Web
Warren I checked out acoverstock.com and ran their D&B and looked at
their BBB record and I think you can tryst these guys. Also I checked
out some of their overstock equipment and seems legit. I dont think I
can get a price that low on some of their overstock heat pumps or gas
I looked here
good luck and keep us posted how it turns out
You can get a good deal from online but teh warranty is what you gotta
worry about. Warren, there are a few load calculators online, but you
should have a pro do it
I checked out http://www.acoverstock.com and it looks like they are
licensed contractors so they should be able to help you out, no
problem. Try http://www.mrhvac.com/loadcalcshortform.htm
Well if you decide to go with an HVAC company and are in the FAY area I
can recommend an honest & competent (25yr owner) family business. Have
used him in 3 places over the past few years. Has recommended "It's in
good shape. Just annual check is all it needs" as well as "The AC is
dead, furnace is righbehindit and new system would be crippled by using
old ductwork design.".
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