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Old 03-28-2010, 06:45 PM   #1
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Can I run the vent and fresh air pvc pipes to the side of the house? Have about 15' from the wall to furnace.


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Depends on the manufaactures specs and what furnace you have. Way to little info to answer the question.

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I have Goodman 93% efficient model #GCH90703BXAB. The furnace closet is next to the kitchen. I no want to make a hole in the roof. I wan to know is ok to make the holes to the side of the house. The problem I have is 15' from the wall to the furnace is ok for vent and intake or is to long?

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15' is generally ok, as long as you use the right size pipes.
The install manual will have PVC sizes listed.
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