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I need a furnace

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [DB]' started by jbill303, Oct 29, 2013.


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  1. jbill303

    jbill303

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    Hi friends.

    Any suggestions for a new home heating furnace.* *
    Just a good quality replacement furnace.* i am waiting your suggestion?
     
  2. ArtechnikA

    ArtechnikA I endorsed a check once... Gold Supporting Member

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    What fuel is available to you in your undisclosed location?

    Natural gas?
    Oil?
    Coal?
    Electricity?
    Dilithium Crystals?

    Is this forced-air, radiant hot water, steam ?

    You gotta give us some clues here...

    Lots of advances in all those areas lately so probably it will come down to total cost of the unit. MHO is that any 'total cost' computation involving price of fuel requires foreknowledge of commodities pricing. Good luck with that.

    [ You joined a double-bass forum today to ask _that_ ? ]
     
  3. 4-stringB

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    Maybe he wants a tube amp?
     
  4. AaronBass4

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    I'm in the business. The most important thing is to use a contractor you trust to do a good job. Pick the contractor, then discuss options with the contractor. Lots of good basic furnaces on the market that will be good for a long time if installed and set up properly.
     
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