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I live in a 1,087 1950 home with new dual pane windows, new

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I live in a 1,087 1950 home with new dual pane windows, new roof with attic insulation in Peasant Hill, CA. Should i get a Bryant 310JAV024070 with 80% Afue or 95% Afue? Also should I go for a 16 Seer or 14 Seer?
JA: Have you talked to a roofing professional yet?
Customer: regarding HVAC?
JA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?
Customer: no I have received a couple quotes from HVAC contractors
JA: Anything else we should know to help you best?
Customer: It's a ranch style home with slab foundation
Submitted: 1 month ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  Daniel Plourde replied 1 month ago.

hi i am dan i can help you with this. depending on the price differance your contractor is offering for each system will determine what is best for you. also one thing to keep in mind is to check if your local energy companies are offering any rebates for higher efficiency equipment. for example where i am or utiliy companies offer a $600 rebate fur air handlers and furnaces that have an ecm high efficency blower motor in them. also make sure your contractor is sizing the equipment corectly by measuring the whole house all the doors and windows and insulation and doing the calculations to determine the correct size equipment.

Expert:  Daniel Plourde replied 1 month ago.

did that answer your question or did you have any further questions about it?

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