Type: Posts; User: bbk
While not nearly as good as 3/4" copper,the conduit ought to be able to keep the circuit on.
You trying to keep from ripping your scalp open on sprinkler heads?
Won't work....nothing works.
What IS all that white stuff?
Still running a/c calls here in east TX.,well,kinda in between a/c&htg. More a/c tho.
Are the air handlers fun to work on too...or have ya found all of them yet!!!????
I don't see in her post where she asked anything about price,unless it's her question about is HV more expensive.
You need to talk senior management into letting the install boss ride around with you on some of these jobs. Let him show you where the access is.
Didn't Lennox use the 50' coil of copper for their metering device back in the good ol days?
Seems that it would have been easier to stick the drier and valve in than what they did...what's up with that!?????
fire ants in the contactor in east TX.
"And each time I check in here, I realize there's even MORE that needs to be done JUST to get the system back to "square one" <http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/images/smilies/smile.gif> It will be a cold...
If the drain pan is rusted out,it'll have to be replaced with an OEM or a shopbuilt one.
"The worst case is 71 degree at the vent when the pleneum has 60 degree's..."
Really sounds like you're sucking attic air/outside...
That's gonna be a monstrous duck layout...does it have enough oompah to blow air out the last boot?
10' & 9' ceilings gonna take a lot of ceiling fans to bust up the...
Well,when you're cool,the sun shines all the time.
They ought to hold okay.
I thought the solonoid operated a reversing valve...am I mis-understanding your question?
I'm betting the Carrier rep told them to call someone that knew what they were doing. LOL
Did they leave all those empty oil containers there for him to see? LOL
Well,it's early,just keeping...
I've done it for most of my neighbors...cost plus a little bit.
Never had any problem with it.
Besides,it would really piss me off seeing another companies truck on my street.
After 30 yrs. in HVAC,my thoughts are that there's not much difference in brands.
We can't use any of the old parts,can't sell used parts to customers.
Some of the hands will come in on their own time and scrap out the copper from the coils and sell it when they have enough.
1800 sq.ft. is where we usualy wind up going from a 3 1/2 ton to a 4 ton up here around Longview.
The traps have to be down coming out of the evap.
With all that extra oil,you might as well get ready to start replacing valves and valve plates and all that happy s*&t unless they're cans in which...
I think it's overkill on a residence.
Didn't do it to my house when I built it.
The header above the door should be sealed from the walls and attic already,just cut the sheetrock,leave the...
How have they stayed alive with that return like that!?!