Goodman heat pump w/electric coil backup to nat gas backup.

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Goodman heat pump w/electric coil backup to nat gas backup.

Hello,

I have a Goodman heat pump system in my 2,000 Sq ft 100% electric home. I'm experiencing very high winter bills here in Indiana and considering having the gas company run a line up to the house. It's currently available and runs right through my yard. Can anyone tell me what cost I might expect to convert my system over from the electric coil backup system I have to a natural gas system? I had someone tell me I could probably use the same A coil and wouid not need an entirely new furnace. Mine is maybe 10 years old and in good working condition.

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Old 04-30-19, 07:04 PM
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Yes..... you "should" be able to reuse the existing evaporator if it's the type that can be mounted in a furnace like an "A" coil. You will need a new furnace. What you have now is just an air handler.

It's too hard to do pricing. Too many variables. Call up and have several heating companies come out and give you estimates.
 
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