How to Make Transitions from Your New Furnace to Old Plenum and from Cold Air Boot with Hand Tools
In the example above I took a hypothetical furnace and plenum and made a transition.
In the picture on the left you can see a real furnace, plenum and cold air drop. A transition between a furnace and plenum you can purchase below. However you can order any other transition that represents your installation and I’ll make outlines for all its parts for you. How would you do that?
Let’s say your old furnace is 46” tall and the plenum is 30” x 25”. Your new furnace most likely will be 34” tall and its flange would be good for a 16” x 20” or 20” x 20” plenum. So, in order to make a transition for you I need to know all these numbers plus if you’re able to line up your new furnace with the plenum’s side on the right. If not, I need to know how much you’re planning to move your furnace one way of the other.
Also I need to know how you are planning to set your furnace in another dimension. In the example above you can set it in the middle (25”) or line up with one side.
The price for making your transition will be only $10.00 and after you pay, I'll make a tutorial for you and you’ll be able to gain an access to the paid page where I’ll set the pictures in step-by-step sequence with brief explanations or I may email them to you.
How to Make 20 x 20 to 30 x 25, One Inch Offset Transition with Hand Tools
You can buy a tutorial for the transition presented on the picture above. For the price of only $3.00 you can gain an instant access to it.