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Posted by N Gacki on November 01, 2007 at 18:09:02:
In Reply to: Re: What replaces old Crane furnace posted by HeatPro on October 31, 2007 at 12:43:39:
Thanks. Need to know plumber's lingo to converse with them (old family member used to work for Crane and took good care of old furnace.) I'm thinking of, in the future, using new furnace to heat both apartments. So should I look for some with ability for 'zones'? Could one tell the gas bill for each floor? Would 96000 be enough for both? Would looking at 'heat loss' be advisable? Also hear that some have a hot water heater build into the same unit; is this true? (and do they work well/efficient?) We would like to keep same reserve tank, as well as the B&G pump.
: A good replacement is one that the local plumbers like to use because they have no problems getting, getting parts for from the local supplier, nor have problems with. A 'super-dooper machine from afar' can be a problem. Get several estimates while the plumbers tell you why they like their recommendations.
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