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Question DetailsAsked on 2/3/2015

What do you recommend Bryant, Day&Night, Lennox, Maytag or another furnace in a 2 story 1300 sq ft condo in so ca?

I have been researching various furnaces to replace a 23 year old premier. I thought it best to replace my day&night ac unit as well. Some installers say I should, some say it is not necessary. I do know the quality of the installer is the most important. I have looked at single stage, 2 stage and variable units. What I do not want is too much moisture taken out of the air...there is not much where I live in Anaheim, CA. It would be nice if it was quiet during the whole cycle including start up and shutdown. Some have recommended the 2 stage for this reason. It seems I may know a little more after my research, but I do not see a clear winner. Is there one?

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For a furnace, variable speed is the quietest operation on start up and shut down. It can also remove more humidity in cooling, but can be set up so it doesn't. Set up is the perveiw of the installing contractor, and you already know the importance of that.


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Answered 4 years ago by BayAreaAC




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