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Old 09-22-2009, 03:36 PM   #1
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Does a water to air coil cost more than a regular coil?


Does a water to air coil cost more than a regular coil?

If so about how much on the average?

$100 more? $500? 20% more?

Note: This is not a price request for a coil, or a quote request to do the job.

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Old 09-22-2009, 04:22 PM   #2
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havent you already posted this?

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havent you already posted this?
No, not that particular question.
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basically the same just worded differently. lol.

How much should a new water to air coil and blower cost, installed?
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basically the same just worded differently. lol.

How much should a new water to air coil and blower cost, installed?
No, I think you may have misread it.

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No, I think you need to learn how to read.
ok well, the first time you asked how much one costs and now you ask if one is more expensive than a regular coil. to answer your question, yes they are more expensive.
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ok well, the first time you asked how much one costs and now you ask if one is more expensive than a regular coil. to answer your question, yes they are more expensive.
Thanks, appreciated!

About how much more? Are we talking like double, or like only a couple hundred more?
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I guess that would depend on your btu's
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I guess that would depend on your btu's
Lets say for 36,000 BTUs
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Do they water to air coils need a higher BTU to cool the same area?
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Depends on brand. And distributor, and the contractor(if having it installed).

As contractors. We get better prices then you do. So we can't tell you how much more you will be charged.
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The cool is sized to the BTU of the area it will serve. At the water temp it will be supplied with. At the GPM of the water flow that will be available to be pumped through it.

Do you know any of this?
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The cool is sized to the BTU of the area it will serve. At the water temp it will be supplied with. At the GPM of the water flow that will be available to be pumped through it.

Do you know any of this?
Nope, it comes from a main cooling tower on the roof.
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Depends on brand. And distributor, and the contractor(if having it installed).

As contractors. We get better prices then you do. So we can't tell you how much more you will be charged.
You have like a standard mark up though right?

At the contractor pricing what are you, ballpark, looking at? $200 more? $400 more? $800 more?
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I don't reveal my pricing.

A contractor that does a higher volume then me, gets a better price.
And I get a better price then contractors that do a lower volume then me.

It is not as cut and dry as you think.

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