Type: Posts; User: 10bender
If you have one you would like to sell pm me
That must be one of those new tandem residential condensing units
It will be faster if we just run one line from the panel and tie the whole house into this junction box!
WOW that is crazy!
spin ins can handle a higher WG because the Duct seal is not the only barrier keeping the air in. It would be the same as the square to round fitting with the OTAP just faster. IMO
I find it hard to believe that the previous home owner would have been comfortable with only a 8* split. which if the mismatched coil was causing this it would have been happening since the system...
I like to use conical spin ins with a scoop attached, works like a turning vane in a rectangular elbow.
Maybe they were using the flex of the 4x4 to isolate vibration. LMAO Where are the inspectors at?
Did you vent the line after the P-Trap? If you vent before it will not drain.
Those are custom foil tape reducers! Once I had a guy try to tell me that "4 layers of foil tape is as good as 26 ga." lmfao. Last time I checked I could still put my finger through foil tape.
No... we dont need to get any hanger strap...the lights will keep it up!
It looks great but, how did you make it water tight? Maybe I am looking at it wrong, but it looks like you just broke flanges against the wall.
Inline exhaust fan::DD:
I dont see a trap on the condensate either
LMAO!! just needs a few curz lights floating around in it.
It's amazing people like that still manage to get to get business
You know the economy is bad......
when the customer wants you to replace the compressor in the 30 year old condensing unit...
Have you given any thought to a gable mounted exhaust fan? It operates with a t-stat to draw outside air through the attic to cool it and reduce heat gain. Then you would not need to bury your ducts.