I think we could use some more information. How pricey are your heat bills
in the winter? Supposing you pay $400 a month for four months. Well, that's
$1600. You might save 10% with the high efficiency furnace. $160 times 20
years, is $3200.
And if you're in cold Minnesota, why bother with a more expensive AC unit?
Only gonna use it a couple days a year.
Please consider the high efficiency furnace with the lower efficiency AC.
Also factor in the source of the money. If you're taking it out of an
interest bearing account, or putting it on an interest costing charge card.
Christopher A. Young
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