diy furnace install - a/c question
(apologies if this was posted twice..was having some posting problems).
First off, If I was able to find an installer that gave me a reasonable price AND could fit me in, I wouldn't be doing this myself (the one guy I found that gave me a reasonable price was too busy..go figure).
I plan on have a technician come and service the unit and check my work before I turn the gas on....
My 20 year old Rheem has given out, and I'm replacing it with a Goodman upflow. Trouble is, my York A/C Case dimensions are 20" x 21.5", but the top of the furnace, measuring from tab to tab, is 23" by 20.25"..so The furnace will extend out about 3" in one dimension...this seems excessive to me.
My question is: What is the "right" thing to do in this situation? I pulled a permit and want to be sure I do this right.
Thanks in advance.