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Re: Just hot everywhere


No, we have an old-fashioned oil furnace with hot-water baseboard radiators.
The air-conditioning went into the attic with vents down through the ceiling.
I was surprised at how quickly it was installed, and how reasonable the 
price.  We had had a couple of room units that were both cranky and 
noisy.  They had cost nearly as much as this whole-house job, which is
very quiet and effective.  It's been a real blessing this year.

In a message dated 07/26/2005 11:25:29 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kmrsy@netzero.net writes:
What type of furnace do you have Auralie? If the furnace uses ducts to
move the air throughout your house, as in a gas-forced-air type, a new
a/c installation makes use of the same ductwork. Chris doesn't have any
ductwork.

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