Last time I posted, I was thinking about installing my own furn/ac
but decided to call a tech to get it installed.
I have a two story colonial style home and
there is a bedroom that is located above the attached garage.
The company that installed the furnace had installed a furnace with a bigger
blower motor than what was origionally on the work order. They said that it was all the supplier had at the time, and I heard the guys talking and saying it was a good thing it happened because of the size of house. The room above the garage does not get much heat since it is farthest from the furnace, so the blower helped get more air blowing out of the duct.
Originally there was a heat duct blowing air in the space under the floor of that room and another duct that runs beside it and goes to a floor duct. the space in the floor is about 12" high not in cluding the space between the joist.
My question today is, should I just remove the duct heating the space and cap it, reinsulate and drywall? or should I leave it there and heat that space.
there is nowhere for the air to exit once it all closed up.
I live in michigan so it does get cold and that room was hard to heat last winter but Im not sure how this new furnace is going to work next year. Does anyone have some advice?