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Old 12-09-2010, 05:46 AM   #1
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Anyone know of a reputable furnace company that could check out our heating air flow volume on an 8 yr old furnace in our home? We live in the SE part of Pennsylvania and would like an honest opinion and quote to replace/update our furnace with a fuel efficient (propane) unit. Seems we have very low air flow volume coming out of most of our floor heating vents when the system is running. We're going through the propane and electric just the same but don't feel much "hot" air circulating from the vents.

Any help would be greatly appreciated if anyone can recommend a good company in either PA, DE or MD. They seem to travel to all the areas - we are very close to the DE and MD borders.


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Can't help with recommending a HVAC company. Have you changed the filter recently? Have you checked the fan drive belt for proper tension? Both can cause low air flow.
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