Originally Posted by Frkypunk
Not to get on topic again...but I found a wood furnace. I am getting geo-thermal now as my permanent heat. Talked to a member here that said it is possible to tye it into the same ductwork. Unfortunately for me I have to borrow from my 401A for the geo-thermal
I deal with HVAC controls for a living and if you want to get slightly complex about it, have 2 dampers each with a separately controlled actuator, and a programmable logic controller to run them. The dampers should be to isolate one duct from another, in this case geothermal from the wood fire heat. This way, you can run one system without losing heat to the other, or run both systems to really kick it up.
Oz-T, whether you admit to being a dick or not is your choice, but all the rest of us are prepared to admit that you are a dick, regardless of the complexity.