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I am a Master plumber and a Master HVAC guy and most plumbers I know would not have a clue as to where to start, no offense intended.
I just know I have solved many building issues by looking at all...
The vents need to be at least 10 ft from the intakes, you can raise them up which looks easiest.
You also need to check any drains to make sure they are not dry.
Typical floor drains, parking lot...
12-19-2012, 08:01 PM
Wow! Sorry to hear about something like that! it is tougher getting attacked by two, I have been attacked by one before, I kicked his ass, picked him up and threw him 20 ft through the air.
I still have one of these two ton Goodmans!
I am listing them on Craigslist next week!
We are in Woodbridge VA, come for an interview, we are looking for someone just like you!
Yes, we used a w to w hp.
We are also using a boiler for the hot water heater as backup and summer hot water.
We have one air handler and a convector to do the small area in the basement.
I will sell just one, that is a fair price.
PM and I will set it up.
I have two Goodman heat pumps, 2 ton about 5 years old, r-22, they both work fine and are in good condition.
Make me an offer, they in the DC area, I can deliver them to you with a decent offer, I...
We are in the DC metro area.
Most of our work is in Arlington and Alexandria, VA.
We do some work in DC and MD.
They had a kit they would send me, first you tin the aluminum and add a piece over the hole, had to use a lazy flame and heat it to 300 degrees.
It actually worked great, I never had one I...
Anyone else going to this show in Chicago?
It is in January, 23-25 I believe.
Cold cold cold!
I do plan on going, anyone have suggestions for Chicago?
If its copper coated, heat the copper, it will flow to the steel.
If copper coated 15% works, otherwise 45%.
I would recommend practicing some first if you can.
I used to repair aluminum coils...
We are in search of experienced commercial and refrigeration service techs.
Top pay for top techs!
We are also starting a new controls division as well.( Carrier / CCN/ Automated logic)
11-09-2011, 04:31 PM
If your duct work would support it! A big if! I would go with a two stage 4 ton system, it would give you the best of both worlds!
You should almost never need backup heat and it would help with...
Install a steam humidifier and control it with a 9421 Honeywell t-stat with an outdoor sensor!
I would go with a skuttle 60-1 or 60-2!
We just did our first water to water Geo! It turned out awesome!
Customer loves it, we did two sections of the house with radiant floor heat, used a variable speed air handler for the cooling of...
06-02-2011, 04:00 PM
Concur with that one!
The people should be arrested and put in jail!
Also for impersonating a HVAC tech!
The weiners have it!
06-02-2011, 12:13 AM
We are Masters at our craft.
We don't make stupid mistakes!
Worst mistake was working for cheap customers!
I don't do that anymore!
06-02-2011, 12:05 AM
Your first mistake was purchasing from a big box store!
You didn't know who was coming to install it!
After that, you are on your own!
Its two sixes of one and twelve of the other I believe.
So it depends on how you want yours!
You should be happy with either one.
I am not a weather cap fan myself, the old ones you could take it...
06-01-2011, 11:46 PM
One more note as reported here many times, installations are 80% installer and 20% equipment!
Think about that before you purchase another system and do your homework!
06-01-2011, 11:45 PM
We have installed thousands of Heil systems.
We do not use the builders model by any company, only Deluxe units
We have never had any issues like you describe.
Unfortunately, you ddn't do your...
05-15-2011, 01:39 PM
No, not yet. I will post it once I get them and install them, I am trying to get them as a warranty item.
05-03-2011, 05:27 PM
It changes directions of the refrigerant, the second one I used a larger line set and did the trap. It is better than the first unit, I have not picked up the sound dampers yet, so I don't know how...
04-06-2011, 10:22 PM
I wouldn't in my own house!
They will not be as satisfied without the boiler unless they have a very tight house, not likely.
I love my boiler and radiant floors!
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