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FURNACE INSTALLATION GUIDE

This is a compilation of my experience installing furnaces for 20 years. So read away

NY Contractor (me) Put Under blowtorch to reveal his Furnace Secrets

The replacement guide that contractors DO NOT want you to have!
“NO WAIT” Try to FORBID YOU TO HAVE

So why would a contractor not want you to have this guide
and forbid you to attempt to work on your own furnace?

MONEY !!!!! – No. Just kidding of course its money.

Thats why when you call their phone they will say “Sure why yes we will be right out with your FREE ESTIMATE

Now you should know that he will have to DOUBLE the price of everything, just to keep his head above water with the government and taxes, and the thousand other fees he has to pay, not his fault but its the truth, Ive been in his shoes

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So why should you have to Pay DOUBLE for everything. Truth is
You Dont. You just install the  furnace yourself! Don’t believe me OK just read the comments at the bottom of this page

With a Step by Step guide its not difficult at all.

However if your not going to do your own furnace, but just want to understand the process then read on.

 

With this guide you will know exactly how much a new furnace is so you don’t get ripped off or taken advantage of.

Let me tell you a bit about my background. I have been an HVAC contractor for over 20 years. I have done humdreads of furnaces in all different environments, and thousands of homes in my lifetime. I just plain know how to replace furnaces! I wrote this book with the average homeowner – YOU – in mind.

Contractors DO NOT want you to have this guide, and definitely DO NOT want you and me to install a furnace in our own home! Why?

We’ll answer that in a minute. First a little about writing the book
After writing the book I handed it over to my wife to edit. My wife does not know anything about this subject. She was the perfect candidate to edit the book. I figured if she got done with it and felt confident about installing a furnace my job was done! She found a “problem” with my writing though. She said I was writing as if everyone would just know what I was talking about. So after a month of detailed explanations and diagrams (I even made some ductwork out of paper so she could understand how it fit together!) she handed me the finished draft. She smiled and said “This is a really good book, Babe.”

Take a look at what you’re going to get:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction

Table of Contents

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Tool List – page 4

Assessing Your Home

Assessing Your Homes’ Heating and Cooling System

Materials List – Ductwork

Materials List – Electrical Hookup.

Materials List – Gas Line

Materials List – Miscellaneous

Materials list – 80% efficient furnace

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Materials list – 90% efficient furnace Finding Local Suppliers To Work With

Removing Power and Fuel Supply

Securing Existing Ductwork

Removing the Old Equipment

Putting It All Back Together

Aligning the Furnace

Attaching Return and Boot To Furnace

The Transition – Connecting the Plenum To the Furnace

Connecting the Gas Line

Exhausting the Flue Gases

Installing the Thermostat and Wiring

Starting Up Your New Equipment

Tutorial – Putting Ductwork Together

Disclaimer

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Index

And now for the question we asked earlier. The reason that contractors do not want you to do your own furnace in the home? Its their lively hood. Just that simple.

Really its your hard earned money though, and we want to keep it in your pocket. If only you could see some of the hate mail and comments I get from contractors.

So you dont feel up to the challenge. Its OK not all people are handy around the home. Chapter 8 of the book alone will save you thousands of dollars, even if you hired a contractor to do the  job!

Let’s read what some of our readers have said:

“Tony I got the furnace in, thanks for the super price on the furnace. I would have never attempted it without your guide , but it was super easy. Thanks for the email help” – Chad

Take advantage of my 20 years of contracting and get all that wisdom wrapped up in a 80 page book.

You can start right here with this page

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In reply to ATRANK.

Hey Andy

Glad to hear it all worked out for you. Thats a considerable savings. Email if you need to discuss anything.

PS thanks for buying the furnaces from us as well…….;}

Tony
ATRANK
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70.16.44.147
Submitted on 2010/10/26 at 6:18 pm

I planned to install furnaces in my rental properties and my home this year. In January one died in the cold dead days of winter, so in a pinch and a hurry I had a contractor replace it…for $2600! Now I’ve purchased the book, along with THREE furnaces (one high efficient for my home) for just $2300. I put one in so far (the others in the next 2 weeks), and it was SOOOO easy. I followed the manufacturer’s instructions and the book, did all my checks, and it’s done. The same type of unit that cost me $2600 in January (with installation) cost just $600 for me to do on a Saturday afternoon! THANKS!
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Submitted on 2010/09/12 at 2:00 pm

Thanks Johnathan Ta

Just to let readers know. Johnathan Sent me an email with the above comments in the email. I asked him if he would post them here and he agreed. I even bribed him a little and promised a free Air Conditioning book when I got to getting one ready for sale.

Tony
johnathanta
johnathan.ta@hotmail.com
99.245.100.59
Submitted on 2010/09/12 at 12:23 pm

Hello,
Mr. Tony

I recently purchased your E-book and as a HVAC student at George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario, I found it to be incredibly useful for my course program and studies. My question is: By any chance do you have any other manuals or E-books relating to the HVAC field that is for purchase? Information of air conditioners and refrigeration would be very useful to me.

Thank you,
Johnathan Ta

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12 thoughts on “FURNACE INSTALLATION GUIDE

  1. Joe Starks on said:

    Hi I found your book and bought it however I have not received a link for the download yet. What is the turnaround for the link?
    Thanks, Joe

    • Hey Joe …. it is usually instant. However we have been having programming problems. To answer your question though as soon as we get notified of a purchase we send the book out that day or the next day, and depending where you are it will take 2 to 7 days. Hope that helps

  2. Message Body:
    My wife and I just bought a home in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Our house is 120 years old with no FAU and is currently heated with two free standing propane stoves which are inadequate when temps drop below 0. Plus the fuel cost is around 500.00 a month. We would like to know what size furnace to install in our 2500sf home. Also we plan to add on another 1000-1800sf in the future. We are also planning to install an outdoor wood furnace (boiler type) to the system. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Jerry

    • Hey Jerry thats a lot of thought going on for that one. Lets take them one at a time.
      For furnace size i would call one of the following and ask for a free estimate (as i cannot actually teach you how to do it from my arm chair quarterback position here) Sears, Home Depot, and or Lowes. That will get you the right size and a price that would be about double what a regular contractor would charge you. I would guess to say around 115,000 btu’s.

      For the edition i would think about a separate unit in the attic and separate ducting. You might even consider a mini split.

      An outdoor wood burning stove is an excellent choice if you are there most all the time. It requires attention most every day, and will save you tons on a heating bill.

      I am also found of making a “rocket mass heater” style wood burning stove and running a copper coil to use as radient heat. A rocket stove uses about 1/8th the wood of a conventional wood stove. email me if you are interested in plans for that setup.
      Hope that helps
      Tony

  3. Jerry Dayton on said:

    Hey Jerry …. Glad to hear from you….

    Would you please sign up for the blog on http://www.furnacebook.com – copy and paste this question to the comments section at the bottom of the blog?

    That way i can share the answer with everbody who comes to the site…

    Regards
    Tony

    TONY GATTO
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    EMAIL ADDRESS -tony@mbwholesalers.com
    PHONE NUMBER – 843-246-5837

    On Tue, Jan 14, 2014 at 4:03 PM, Jerry Dayton wrote:
    From: Jerry Dayton
    Subject: New furnace

    Message Body:
    My wife and I just bought a home in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Our house is 120 years old with no FAU and is currently heated with two free standing propane stoves which are inadequate when temps drop below 0. Plus the fuel cost is around 500.00 a month. We would like to know what size furnace to install in our 2500sf home. Also we plan to add on another 1000-1800sf in the future. We are also planning to install an outdoor wood furnace (boiler type) to the system. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Jerry


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  4. Ron Qualley on said:

    What is your opinion of the Goodman brand of furnaces? I have an old lennox propane furnace now that I would like to replace…
    Thank You
    Ron Qualley

  5. ATRANK on said:

    I planned to install furnaces in my rental properties and my home this year. In January one died in the cold dead days of winter, so in a pinch and a hurry I had a contractor replace it…for $2600! Now I’ve purchased the book, along with THREE furnaces (one high efficient for my home) for just $2300. I put one in so far (the others in the next 2 weeks), and it was SOOOO easy. I followed the manufacturer’s instructions and the book, did all my checks, and it’s done. The same type of unit that cost me $2600 in January (with installation) cost just $600 for me to do on a Saturday afternoon! THANKS!

    • Hey Andy

      Glad to hear it all worked out for you. Thats a considerable savings. Email if you need to discuss anything.

      PS thanks for buying the furnaces from us as well…….;}

      Tony

  6. Thanks Johnathan Ta

    Just to let readers know. Johnathan Sent me an email with the above comments in the email. I asked him if he would post them here and he agreed. I even bribed him a little and promised a free Air Conditioning book when I got to getting one ready for sale.

    Tony

  7. johnathanta on said:

    Hello,
    Mr. Smart

    I recently purchased your Furnace Installation E-book and as a HVAC student at George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario, I found it to be incredibly useful for my course program and studies. My question is: By any chance do you have any other manuals or E-books relating to the HVAC field that is for purchase? Information of air conditioners and refrigeration would be very useful to me.

    Thank you,
    Johnathan Ta

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