I had a furnace replaced in one of my units, small one bedroom second floor apartment. Changed out a 35 year old 65,000 btu Coleman for a 65,000 btu Goodman. The furnace is cycling properly, but the tenant is complaining of cold air when the furnace turns on, she is about 65 years old, but she has a point, the air is quite cold when the furnace starts up. Would it help to insulate the pipes in the basement to help with heat loss; will this lead to condensation? Also, should be furnace motor speed be slowed to help with this problem? The blower motor has what appears to be 2 speeds to select based on the wire that is plugged into the mother board.
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