Al bundy

07:43AM | 11/14/02
Member Since: 11/10/02
6 lifetime posts
I am in the process of considering moving my 25-year-old oil-fired furnace from my finished basement to the garage. Well, I am actually considering getting a new one. I had a gas company guy come over and talk to me about converting to gas. They basically give you a furnace for free (up to certain BTU). I just need to pay for the installation. He tells me with the new models the air-intake comes from the exterior of the house through a pipe or something, so there is no chance of odors at all and you could basically sleep next to it???...anyone had any experience with conversions?.


10:40AM | 12/05/02
Member Since: 10/19/02
4 lifetime posts
personally, stick with oil, cheaper to heat in most cases.

if conversion is choosen , i ve been using the lennox g 32 series, very quiet, 2 stage, and have vari drive blower as option. vents out in 2"pvc. just replace a lennox pulse with one at my mothers house. she s pleased with the quiet operation.



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