Trane as replacement
In North Texas, replacing a unit because it's old and we increased the size of the house. Original unit was 2 ton, now looking at a 3 ton unit. The install will include moving the unit to a different location and replacing duct work, adding supply and return runs as needed to the addition.
Just checking if this combination seems like a good fit for an attic and close to 1800 sq feet in two floors. They came out and did load testing, so I think the sizing was figured out properly.
There's a 10 yr parts warranty, and two yr labor. It seems there's an offer of an extended warranty, but the price is already at our upper limit. We like the contractor and used the tax break last year. We might be able to get in on the State offer. I was a little surprised that they said we'd have to hire an electrician to come out and extend the wires and that wouldn't be a part of their bid. Didn't know if that was normal.
Thanks for any feedback.
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