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Old December 5th, 2013, 09:32 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by jeepfreak81 View Post
I think my old one was a Trane, worked well I guess. No major issues in the 8 years I was there, and it is now 13 years old.

My new one is an Armstrong Air, never heard of it but it seems to work well, it's only a few years old though.

FWIW to the comment that people may not look at it when you still the house, I can honestly say that was one of the things I checked on every furnace was the efficiency. I felt A new furnace that was only an 80% told me they did stuff in the cheap.
I when my inspector did his curisory glance at it, he said that it was a 90% effeciency furnace. It even says right on it that it is a High Efficeny furnace... in 1994
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