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    ive never seen one,hope they work better then the...

    ive never seen one,hope they work better then the plastic staple tool.
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    ive have natural gas in the house so there will...

    ive have natural gas in the house so there will be gas in the shop.i have very little experience with tube heaters but im sure thats what i need to go with.
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    got a hot dawg in the garage now.works great but...

    got a hot dawg in the garage now.works great but very inefficient.im really leaning towards something that gives me a warmer floor, for melting the ice off my argo.:bsing:
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    best heat for my shop

    hey guys,im in the process of finishing the inside of my 22'x40' shop.it will be insulated and drywalled in the next 2 months but im still unsure as to how to heat it.in floor is not an option since...
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    if those are "street" couplings,we cant use them...

    if those are "street" couplings,we cant use them here either.
  6. so far the fall i have personally installed 60 of...

    so far the fall i have personally installed 60 of the napoleon furnaces.i am not impressed with the way they are built.drain hoses are a pain to get the clamps on and the thumb screws that hold the...
  7. apparently there gonna make them.not sure about...

    apparently there gonna make them.not sure about the splits though.
  8. we had a training seminar at work with wolf...

    we had a training seminar at work with wolf steels engineer and the salesman.napoleon furnaces are the only "made in canada" furnace.they are sold here in canada as well as the USA.i drove past the...
  9. we have installed a lot of the 2 stage units.they...

    we have installed a lot of the 2 stage units.they seem to have gotten better in the last 4 months.very solid little furnace with a nice heavy cabinet thus no tinny sounds.was thinking about...
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    still works like a champ.could not be happier.

    still works like a champ.could not be happier.
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    so my senville split arrived on friday and i...

    so my senville split arrived on friday and i finally finished installing today after work.what a sweet little unit.sucker fired right up and is whisper quiet,couldnt be happier with my purchase.will...
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    senville ductless split

    in my own house our bedroom is in a dormer.damn thing is hard to cool.2- 6" heat runs and a 14x8" wall return and its still nasty in the summer.we usually use 2 fans to blow the air around to make...
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    bingo,there we go.thanks to all for their input.

    bingo,there we go.thanks to all for their input.
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    thanks FC,unfortunately i have no specs on the...

    thanks FC,unfortunately i have no specs on the coil.i salvaged it from a tear out.i think im just gonna go for it,can build all the transactions at work real cheap.blower motors are cheap as...
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    my cheap azz bro-inlaw rarely uses the oil...

    my cheap azz bro-inlaw rarely uses the oil furnace.basically it will only act as an air handler.
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    blower motor is just a plain jane one.oil furnace...

    blower motor is just a plain jane one.oil furnace is a tall boy with 1 PTO connected to a branch.ive got tons of room to transition the coil into the return air boot and drop.

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    please! :grin2:

    please! :grin2:
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    hydronic coil question

    ive got a small job for my brother inlaw to do.he has a wood fired boiler he uses to heat the basement floor and we want to add a coil to the existing oil furnace.i managed to salvage a decent used...
  19. thanks for the reply,we had no information on the...

    thanks for the reply,we had no information on the 9x at work.service advisor wanted to steer clear of them from a parts stocking point of view.i just grabbed it cause it was cheap.i certainly like...
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    we did this for years on some models.any house...

    we did this for years on some models.any house with with living space above the garage.the ceiling was dropped and a supply and return were added to the space to keep the floor warm.now the builders...
  21. any of you guys install a york hi-eff 9X series furnace?

    we have had this baby kicking around the shop for about 2.5 years.was ordered in for a customer who changed his mind.i bought it from work and installed it in my uncles house,and was wondering what...
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    we use the silver tape to tape all the joints in...

    we use the silver tape to tape all the joints in energy star houses.the home owners just love it but to me all that tape looks like a huge bandaide.only way to make it look good is to squigee the...
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    there we go.i think thats the way to go.will cut...

    there we go.i think thats the way to go.will cut 3" and 2" pipe.

    cheers
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    636 pipe is pvc vent pipe made by ipex.we have to...

    636 pipe is pvc vent pipe made by ipex.we have to use it here in canada.sawzall should not be used because of the plastic cuttings.they stick to the inside of the pipe via static electricity and...
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    cutting 636 vent pipe

    so for years we always used a hacksaw or sawzall to cut our ABS and now the 636 vent pipe.after attending a seminar on how to properly install 636 vent,we were told to use a proper cutting tool.so...
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