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Want to replace our old furnace with heat/air(split unit)we think.

Please help us with any information possible as I haven't found anyone or any info. on these units to help except one guy wanted 4800 dollars to put one in for me. We are on fixed income. please Help. Thanks! Rachel

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Well i don't know you live but i live in iowa and the here you still will need a furnace because your air to air heat pump is only good to about 20 deg. that is where i have mine set any colder out side and i cant pick up enough heat from the outside to heat my house. but what i did was just put the heat pump on my old furnace so it will run on the heatpump till the temp get to cold then goes to the gas furnace this way you should cut cost down by using the old furnace for the blower and just replace the indoor coil and the condenser outside. they have t-stats now that will do all the brain work for the heat pump (switching heat sources) also you might try to find someone who installs goodman i have installed quiet a few of them and they are a good value for the price

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