Sorry - the air unit is in the same housing as the furnace unit is what I meant. I believe it is a keeprite unit. They are swapping the coil with one that is compliant with a gas other than freon, but you are correct, it is a freon unit.nighthawk26 wrote: ↑May 27th, 2016 10:52 pmWhat do you mean they are in the same box inside? Pic or model number would help. Shot answer is no way should you put that kind of money into an R22 AC unit that won't really be fixable next year with Freon being completely phased out. Also, why buy a 13 SEER unit for that price when you can spend a little more and get a 14.5 energy star which will almost have the cost difference offset by a $400 IESO rebate. Unit will be more efficient, and in most cases quieter.
I believe the new unit would be Bryant based on what is on their website.
Im not following about the 14.5 comment and the rebate. Are you saying the 13 is not eligible for the rebate but if I go to the 14.5 Im rebate eligible?