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  1. Thread: Spray Foam

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    Spray Foam

    Any one tried to use the touch n seal two canister spray foam kit to insulate thier duct work? I'm going to pick one up tomorrow and try it out
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    I couldn't agree more. It sounds to good to be...

    I couldn't agree more. It sounds to good to be true--which normally means that it is.
    I don't want to be the first to try it
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    No Heat Solder

    Has anyone tried any of the no heat solder? I haven't tried it but, I see that all of my wholesalers have it on display and are pushing to sell it. Just wondering if anyone has used it.
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    Next question, is it even worth it to make your...

    Next question, is it even worth it to make your own duct work ect.? I've got the room
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    Setting up shop

    Would like to get my shop set up for making my own duct work, fittings, ect.. RIght now the only thing I have is a hand break that I use for making up my plenums. I personally have never fabricated...
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    Sizing for commercial office space

    I'm a residential HVAC contracter but was recommended by a friend to do a commercial building
    I is a ware house that he is truning into cubicle are and offices. It is approxamitly 100'x50' with 8...
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    Iced up lines to HRV

    Two years ago I installed a Broan HRV in a new house here in Minnesota. The next winter the HO said he had some water dripping from the fresh air intake into the unit. I examined it and there was...
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    Does it make a gurgling sound during start up? ...

    Does it make a gurgling sound during start up? If so it may have some water in inducer motor. No mater what the noise is you should have it looked at by your contracter. Should be a fairly easy fix
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    I would agree with Baldloonie, it'll take an...

    I would agree with Baldloonie, it'll take an awful long time to pay for your new AC unit---if ever.
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