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Old 2019-03-29, 12:50 PM
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Originally Posted by good2know View Post
Suggest you contact city building inspector department. They should be inspecting the hvac and this is a major oversite.
When I mentioned this possible action, suddenly I was supplied with the heat loss calculation document which is apparently what is required by the city when a house is built and it shows the size and type of furnace we have in our house as meeting the requirements. So they put in what they believe is good enough.

I still believe it is undersized or in the best case the bare minimum size they could put in and possibily malfunctioning. The problem is no one will take accountability to fix the problem or say no, it's acceptable for your house to take half of your waking hours to raise the temp by 3 degree's and you shouldn't be able to heat about 20c when it's really cold out
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