Type: Posts; User: Morrison
whitch senser did they replace?
Why did you not call the company that installed it,if they seen it was something that they did they could have fixed it for free.
Hi to you from down here in arkansas-------eh
I have a bosch 10.8 it fits good in my veto,but if it is 35 out side i have to but the battery in my pocket to warm them up.
most installers would just add more kw,if there is room in the breaker box to run more power to it.
look for a ruud unit they are always shorter.
yes,if you used 10kw you would only need 60 amps
Were do you live? You only have 2.5 years in the field and you make that kind of $$$$$. If you think you can do better go look around and you might see that you have it good were your at or who know...
Oh, my mistake I thought you paid for the service? It must be getting hot in there! If you want to save money you don't have to have it fixed, that will save on the utility bill.
If its so dang easy to fix it then do it your self oh ya it does make it a little easier when someone comes out and tell you whats wrong.
is this a joke,you mean to tell me you did not fix this your self, oh yeah you dont have the tools or the knowledge to do so. I still cant believe you are setting in your cool house criping about...
I have had one for about 3 years and still love it and i can find every thing in it with out looking.
Dick most move around a lot,cause i think he is in arkansas now.
The best time is now while it is still working so you can take you time choosing the contractor so you dont have to rush in to it,good luck.
Ditto,they will even heat the garage to
e-bay,i buy alot of tools there and so far no troubles.:)
you need both,but i would start with the apprenticeship so you could get the fill of the work to see if you would like, it not for everyone and you can earn as you learn
NO P-trapp or vent on condensate line.
Sounds like it just needs to be insulated so it does not conensate.
Sorry,some home owners think that way.If the building contracter is still using the hvac contractor after 15 years he probably knowes his work pretty well by know.
So what is it that you dont like about the unit or the install after 15 years.
What after 15 years of service you want them to come back and fix something for free?I think the warranty is over.
YYYYYYYYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS the parts and labor goes up every day and this will lock you in for 10 years with todays prices.
IF you up sized the airhandler and use the energy saving blower motor you could get there with out that high $ v/s.
King valves has teflon seals in them and if you get them to hot they will not seal and reff. will leak out the top of the valve.