Ordering GasPack for home delivery From where can I order a residential Gas Pack (HVAC) NatGas?
The 14yo system needs to be replaced (or replace the exchanger and ignition). Have repaired the exchanger too many times and with the 1st firing last eve we are getting small amounts of CO (36-65ppm) in the house with the outside exhaust fan making lots of noise.
I can get a system from Granger, but limited choice. I would like to avoid a professional installer and get a system shipped.
Have a Carrier 80k BTU, 2 Ton 11 SEER - would like similar.
Any sources or advise appreciated.
I am for DIY on almost everything.
"almost" does not include septic tank and gas connections though. Gas is too dangerous to play with, you don't have the tools to check for leaks.
Gas is fine to a point. I will install my own appliances but I don't think I want to run my own gas piping.
nunyaWho is John Galt?Premium,MVM
O Fallon, MO
reply to CajunWon
ecomfort.com and alpinehomeair.com
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Thanks - This would be a 'simple' rip'n'replace job. at least appears that way.
This is not rocket science. However there is something to be said for warranty of a new unit installed by a licensed service tech.
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Ordered a unit from the above referenced Alpine. Performed a bit of research and got a system a little better suited to my home. I always knew the heating capacity was a too high, which may have contributed to the heating system early failure. Although it was nice to return after a winter vacation and have the house warm quickly.
Alpine vs eComfort: More informative Website; availability of optional accessories to aid in installation; opted for what they called 'Liftgate delivery" to get the package off the truck- this may not have been an issue but was a small price to ensure I could take home delivery. They also have a high BBB rating.
Now looking for a licensed installer, just for warranty purposes.