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Old 06-18-2010, 11:49 AM   #1
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Townhome A/C Question


Hello All

I am interested in upgrading my town homes ac unit approximately 10 years old and fairly small. The town home is 3 levels 1990 SQ foot total. It has the typical problem of cold downstairs about right in the middle and a little warm upstairs.

I thought that with a larger a/c unit I might be able to cool the upstairs better (I do know that ducting can only support so much A/C). Will this actually accomplish the goal of cooling the upstairs better? How do I know what size A/C to purchase give the size of the house and duct work?

Also what brands do people recommend?

I have been looking at the following site to try and get some discount prices on ac units. Anyone have a suggestion on what other sites might be good?

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