refrigerant piping is nice, drier will be a rust ball in a few years being outside, and there could be a better fitting for the return or some turning vanes in there and I dont like the roll strap on the pvc, I like a strap that is made for it like a j hook or a clevis hanger or a autogrip hanger or snap rod hangers or a trapeze and strut clamps, I know roll strap is easy, just one of my pet peeves. I dont even have a roll on my truck I hate that stuff. Also do you guys always wrap the duct when its in conditioned space? If finished basement I dont think its necessary, not that it will hurt anything. Also The electric would have look alot better with hard conduit, that was probably the electricians, I bought 50' of conduit today for $9, cheaper to buy conduit and wire than it is to use flex and it looks a whole lot better.
one of the few that belong on the wall of PRIDE good work
looks nice, you guys always insulate your ductwork? is it worth the cost to the homeowner?
The pictures show that you have pride in your work.
My father always told me it only takes a little longer to do the job right.
Well done. (I would only suggest moving the liquid line drier inside).
nice looking job However I have to disagree with using 1" filters period.... Put in 3ms best filter and do a static preassure test. Once I became NCI certified I never installed a 1" again. condinsate pump have saftey switch?
nice looking install you do not see one that clean very often
I haven't done any rectangular ductwork before but would like to learn. finding the time now is the hard thing. I do all round pipe, which still looks good but I really enjoy seeing this type of setup. You'll stay busy if your willing to do it.
dude, nice job!
You forgot a switch to turn it off, most h/o's don't know enough to look for a circuit breaker.