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Old 02-13-2009, 04:39 PM   #1
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I have an old 7 bedroom, two story home in Farmville, Va. It's heated by a heat pump. There is no natural gas in Farmville. Is it possible to install electric wall furnaces in this home, and how much would it cost me? I can not afford central air & heating so I am looking for an alternative. Help! Thank you in advance for any advice provided.

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Your wanting to try to heat the entire home with baseboard heaters?

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Sir I really don't know what they are called. But the furnace I am speaking of go on the wall maybe 6X4, something like that.
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Is the heat pump not heating the house?
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Sir I really don't know what they are called. But the furnace I am speaking of go on the wall maybe 6X4, something like that.
Can you post a pic or a link to a site with this unit?
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