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  1. Plumbing
    Hello, I would like to add a natural gas firepit to my backyard. I have designed the physical pit itself, which will be made out of concrete building blocks. I started researching the natural gas component and could not believe the complexity and cost. My backyard currently has two natural...
  2. Plumbing
    I was looking at my gas meter and am a bit confused. It looks like there are very small pipes connected to the meter that may be choking off the gas supply. I have 1" coming in from the city, which goes into those tiny 90° pipes in and out of the meter, then to a 3/4" tee to the furnace (the...
  3. HVAC
    As far as CFM's required. I understand that it's the cf. of the room times a minimum of 4 divided by 60 for the formula. My room is 1206 cf. so according to the formula; air circulated 4x per hour = 80 CFM air circulated 6x per hour = 120 CFM All of the equipment will be in the room and it...
  4. HVAC
    This is a natural gas heater , it is small it's 26" high, by 24 wide by 12" deep. I would like to know the brand and the BTU's of it. I'm hoping it will heat a 2 car garage. It has a unitrol 110 meter on it. Any information at all would be nice. Thanks a lot. Jon Hope my pictures come up.
  5. HVAC
    I'm interested in installing a ducted mini split system, likely a Mitsubishi Mr. Slim, and I had a question in regards to sizing. First, let me state that I live in Albany, NY and my outside design temperature is negative 1. The MXZ-3A30NA unit is normally rated at 28,600 btu for heating at...
  6. HVAC
    Hi All! I have a 2,300 sq. ft. two story home with an Armstrong Air ULTRA 5 TECH 80, (Model No. 45647-001) furnace heating it. My wife and I think this furnace was in our house before the previous occupants added a large addition and that it under-powered to handle the size of the home. I...
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