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A/C condensor question

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Like everyone elses conderser mine is locater right outside the house. When I replace it in a few years would it be possible to move it about 75 feet away from the house and put the condensate lines underground in conduit? I'd really like to use the space where it is sitting but don't know if there would be any kind of thermal loss by moving it that far. I'm not worried about moving the electrical as I think I've got that covered.

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Sure move it.

You will need to go up a size in lines. 7/8-3/8 should work.

If it up hill to the condenser you will need a trap in the suction line.

You may lose a slight amount of efficiency because the unit has to work a little harder thats all.

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I have a furnace in my garage and if I was to add AC to it. How much would that cost? How much does that cost?

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Lots to consider with this this.

Will the plenum take a coil, up flow, down flow horizontal???

A/C copper lines size? How long?

Pad for A/C ??

Drain, or do you need a pump?

Electric, What do you have in the garage? Need 208/230 volt 30 amp at a minimum

Disconnect for out door unit?

Heat/cool Thermostat?

Low voltage wire?

As I said lots to consider. Im a fussy (sob) ALL furnaces that are in a garage

MUST me sealed combustion................ In my book.

OK Here a guess $3000 dollars

You can buy a window shaker for 5-7hundred

Hope this helps.

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