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Old 2015-10-06, 09:42 AM
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Let's start a thread for air conditioners. Tips on installers contact info, prices, good/bad service, etc.

What size of air conditioner is needed for a 3000 sq. ft. 2-storey? We don't usually set the thermostat below 25 deg. C. when it's running, and we don't run it often.
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Old 2015-11-13, 08:41 PM
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hello again...we have a wonderful fella John Zed who has installed two air cond units in last two houses..he and his son operation, thus no crazy overhead like the big companies...have a sussex model no loft..i believe we have 2 1/2 ton unit, and there was a rebate of $400 at the time..will look up price and phone numbers and check where that rebate came from..tks
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Old 2015-11-13, 08:49 PM
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in last two houses we placed unit on a patio slabs and gravel bed, rather than mounted on side of house...our experience way back in brampton house was that a metal bracket on the wall, puts undo pressure on brick or foundation and over the years it can pull away from the house causing the ac unit to slant..just my two cents...wait until grading is done...because that is the rule and you will have no clue as to final grade until it is done..and then raise up your gravel bed well above the grass by 4 inches..we installed on the back of the house in order to give maximum room down the sides of the houses for normal walking...the houses are very tight meaning minimal room on the sides of a 60 ft lot..the house surely fills the width of the lot
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Old 2015-11-26, 10:41 PM
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I got a tip tonight that a Phase 1 homeowner is happy with his experience buying a 3-ton 16-SEER York air conditioner from Arthurs Fuel in Orangeville for roughly $3500 installed after rebates.

http://www.arthursfuel.com/air-conditioners.html

The price might be higher in 2016 since these are made in USA and the Loonie has plunged.
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Old 2015-11-26, 10:53 PM
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John Zed - Zeds Air Conditioning and Heating
Rheem 2.5 ton Seer 15 $3442 installed includes rebate
905 459 9557 family business father son
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