Sizing a Bryant Evolution heat pump


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Old 08-23-17, 07:40 PM
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Sizing a Bryant Evolution heat pump

We have a rambler with basement, max size is 2100 sq.ft with nothing inside, factor in livable space and were right at 1700 sq.ft.

We have a 2 ton Lennox which is poorly matched to a 2.5 ton air handler, it work's but not that great. My unit is about 21 years old and it's time to go. I would like to install a Bryant Evolution but it's either a 2 or 3 ton as there are no 2.5 ton units.

I have 4 estimates, one says the 3 ton can work since the 5 stages can compensate. If my existing system easily cools when it's 90 deg outside down to 69 deg, would a 3 ton evolution 5 stage be overkill or will it work? I would like the extra BTU in the heat department as we get cold Mid-Atlantic winters.

Both the inside and outside units will be variable speed.

All input appreciated.
 
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Old 08-23-17, 07:56 PM
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Even with variable speed, manual j, manual d, and manual should be used for sizing.
Duct work may be the limiting factor for tonnage, unless it's modified.
 
 

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