When we got this house we didn't have our second baby. The third room was apparently a small office. That is where the furnace is located. It is an old unit. We will be replacing it soon. We are getting estimates on a new unit and estimates on moving it into another room, not one of the bedrooms, that way our kids can each have a room. The salesman who saw it today said the new units are so safe it's okay to have it in what will be our baby's bedroom. His exact words were "the cost of ductwork and that kind of thing that will be required to move it would be prohibitive. You should just put the new unit in that bedroom." I would never draw an easy breath or get a decent night's sleep if the furnace, I don't care how new and safe it is, were in my child's bedroom.
Am I alone on this?
Answer by UpSheRises at 6:51 PM on Dec. 7, 2010
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Kick that salesman to the curb! no way even with 100 carbon monoxide monitors would I allow a furnace in a child's room
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