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What kind of furnace is best for my home? I have forced hot air now.

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 02, 2013 01:12 AM
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I live in Maine, have an 1850s house (reasonably well insulated with cellulose in walls and spray foam in attic ceilings and round the sills in basement. Having trouble getting my chimney lined because of an angle in the masonry. I use wood heat as a secondary source from another chimney. Have to replace old oil furnace because of some rust on heat exchanger. Geothermal, oil, propane are my options. Thanks




 

 

I live in Maine, have an 1850s house (reasonably well insulated with cellulose in walls and spray foam in attic ceilings and round the sills in basement. Having trouble getting my chimney lined because of an angle in the masonry. I use wood heat as a secondary source from another chimney. Have to replace old oil furnace because of some rust on heat exchanger. Geothermal, oil, propane are my options. Thanks

I simply recommend you get a proper manual J and D worked up and crunch the numbers.

If it is a well insulated house you may be fine with a heat pump...


 

 

 
 
 

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