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Here is my personal email address agatto2@gmail.com

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13 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. billle on said:

    Hey Tony,
    It is upstairs installation into the basement because of a possible flooding problem…. bending those tabs is ok, I figured it was but thought i better ask before I done it and have to undo it.
    Thanks Bud
    Much appreciated,
    Bille

  2. billle on said:

    Hi Tony,
    Bill Wertz here. I have a quick question.I am installing a downflow goodman furnace. I am wondering if it would be ok to bend the tabs out on the furnace outlet so i can set the furnace down on a bead of silicone ,so I know the furnace is fully engaged on the plenum I have already installed? I dont really see a reason not to, but thought i would ask before i bend them out and drop the furnace down. bilworks2@aol.com

    • Hey there Bill
      Nice to hear from you again.

      I also do not see any reason not to bend them over, thats how i do it most of the time. I would hesitate to bend them “in” as the air flowing over them might cause a whistle.

      The only caution I would consider is if the owner of the home has been prone to flooding of over an inch or two of water into the basement, if its a basement install.

      You could also cut them with a high speed grinder and a thin kerf abrasive wheel
      Tony

  3. Wm. Scott Anderson on said:

    Dear Tony;

    I am interested in your book, but does it cover oil furnaces and boilers? I am interested in how a average person can set up a oil burner so it runs well. I am writting a book and have a chapter on oil heat, but have not been able to find much information. Like yourself I believe that the skilled handyman can do the work.

    Sincerely Yours; Wm. Scott Anderson

    • Hi Wm Scott Anderson

      Oil Furnaces it does touch on , because all furnace are the same basically . It does not touch on how to set up the burner for an oil furnace.

      As far as boiler , no this guide is not for boilers. We might write one in the future. There is a link on http://www.furnacebook.com that can help you alot with boilers its free give it a read so you understand how hydronics and boilers work.

  4. i have a boiler now and want to switch to forced air. i have replaced furnaces(forced air) before no problem. but will the book cover all the duct work and air returns that i will need to install?

    • Hi Bri — No — The book shows you how to do a replacement furnace.

      I hate to say it but sizing the duct-work correctly was not the scope of the book, and I don’t think i will ever cover that one. There are companies out there that will design your duct for you, and guarantee its right for $150 last time i checked. I even used them when i was doing new installs.

      Don?t forget us if you need some equipment though

      Let me know if you need a number

      Regards Tony

  5. Emailman on said:

    Bought the Ultimate Furnace book and love it.

    My confirmation receipt mentioned the new forum. I know it is just getting started but I posted a few questions there and haven’t seen them appear on the board yet.

    It the form active and will the questions get answered? If not can I try them here?

    Thanks

    • Hay email man — Been busy putting together a website so all our customers can get contractor prices on equipment.
      I will answer your questions today — sorry for the deley

  6. Hi William

    Unfortunately we have had zero requests for paperback, and the cost was horrible to print the book.

    Option 1 – You can download a digital version its $9.97 here is the link
    http://www.furnacebook.com/?page_id=34 Instant delivery

    Option 2 – Digital down load $29.98 – Takes 3 to 5 days Here is the link
    http://www.furnacebook.com/?page_id=100

    Let us know if we can help you further. We can also print out the book and send it to you via snail mail. That cost is $39.97 and can be had in 3 to 5 days as well.

    Regards Tony Gatto

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