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David Mileusnich replied to TJ Ewing's discussion Furnace Blower Fan on 100% of the time - Good or Bad or it depends? in the group HVAC
"Correction.  That was an estimate from NiCor.  The actual value is 190 Therms more for the month or a net 130 increase."
Dec 17, 2010
David Mileusnich replied to TJ Ewing's discussion Furnace Blower Fan on 100% of the time - Good or Bad or it depends? in the group HVAC
"Just received my gas bill.  This is just additional information and I don't have exact day for day analysis but on the days that were very cold I just left the fan on.  Otherwise, I switched it back to auto.  For 11/16/-12/16,…"
Dec 17, 2010
David Mileusnich replied to TJ Ewing's discussion Furnace Blower Fan on 100% of the time - Good or Bad or it depends? in the group HVAC
"It looks like I'll need to provide additional data the next time two days will have consistent highs and lows. For what it's worth, the building is a two-story home with 8' ceilings."
Dec 9, 2010
David Mileusnich replied to TJ Ewing's discussion Furnace Blower Fan on 100% of the time - Good or Bad or it depends? in the group HVAC
"Bruce, We live in the same Chicagoland area. Regarding question #1, it would seem that about a minute later the system would kick back on in the auto mode. For the usage on both days, all I'm going off of is the usage stats on the thermostat.…"
Dec 8, 2010
David Mileusnich replied to TJ Ewing's discussion Furnace Blower Fan on 100% of the time - Good or Bad or it depends? in the group HVAC
"Good question. My home is 20 years old and so far it looks like the discussion regarding electricity costs being higher but what about the overall cost of energy. The last two days I did a test one with the fan set to auto and the next with the fan…"
Dec 8, 2010
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Dec 8, 2010
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HVAC design, Manuals J, S, T, & D, Duct leakage, Air flow, ENERGY STAR new home requirements, and more. Since heating & cooling are such a big part of home energy use, understanding HVAC is critical.See More
Dec 8, 2010

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At 9:53am on December 8, 2010, Diane Chojnowski said…
Hi David,
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