Question about Ruud Central System Air Conditioner
Assuming that there are ducts ran upstairs and downstairs, it all depends on the square footage of the living spaces, i.e. bedrooms, living room, dining room, etc. You need an average of 1 cfm per sq ft. For every 1 ton of air, you have an average of 400cfms. So your 5 ton unit will cool/heat 2000 sq ft. A 16 seer unit with a 95% furnace is a nice buy and you will notice the difference for sure. Hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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A 5 Ton unit will provide comfort to a 2 story 2500sf home assuming you have the duct work to support the entire house along with the right amount of return air being supllied from both upstairs and down.
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Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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