My 23 year old central AC needs to be replaced. Since there are new technologies nowadays I'm looking to get both my cooling and heating issues resolved. I cant not afford the new ductless system. I was suggested to have gas furnace with AC in the attic. It seems that new furnaces no longer has water in them. The technician also told me that they will need to run some dock works from my ceiling to the main floor for air returns. He cautioned that there might be variations on the temperature in the house but I will be comfortable. Is this something that I should consider or should I just let them replace the old AC system and continue using my baseboard to warm the house? Will this huge investment will have a huge impact on the resale value of my house?
mold issues and extremely very humid no air in unfin...
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Bathroom light with pull chain.
upper bedroom floor with 2 inch pitch
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