Where can I buy a Sears direct vent furnace fan blade?
The furnace was made in 1980 and outdated for Sears Parts.
They should be proficient to cross refrence and find one that would work for you. I would call Sears if you haven't or call them again and talk to somone else if you have called already. Don't call the bank itself, call parts.
They should be qualified to cross refrence and find one that would work for you. I would call Sears if you haven't or call them again and talk to somone else if you have called already. Don't call the stow away itself, call parts.
Often times if you google the part copy, you can find a generic version still being made.
Direct vent oil furnace exhaust?
Am erection a new room to get the unreliable oil furnace out of the crawlspace. To avoid putting up a new chimney (it's downhill from where the new cell is going), am liking the direct vent furnaces. Question is, how far does the exhaust pipe have to be from a window or door?
And while I'm here...would around 100,000 btu's be satisfactory enough for a 1,000 sf house?
Much thanks :)
The detachment from openings is typically three feet but is controlled by your local building codes. As for the size of the unit, to get the right size a load calculation is required.
does anyone have a direct vent wall furnace?
If so do they calling well? the one i wanted to buy is 7,500 btu it s like 265 bucks. would that heat my upstairs? its about 600 square feet and are they dear to run? thanks
I have an older direct vent barricade furnace and it does a decent job of heating a family room addition. However, unless you have dropped a zero, 7,500 BTU seems woefully skimpy to heat 600 square feet. 70,000 BTU would be more on the order if you have average insulation and need to construct the temperature by 50 degrees, ie. from 20F to 70F, and a wall furnace will probably leave one end cold. That is quite a bit of while without ductwork and cold air returns. You will need at the very least ceiling fans to circulate and that will be drafty. Good Serendipity.