Type: Posts; User: second opinion
That is correct.
And the individual that files the lien can also be forced to remove the lien if not found valid or is satisfied.
A minimum of twelve inches above grade or anticipated anual snow fall wich ever is greater
That seems to make sense but it is not correct. What you would cause is condensation between the insulation and the flex.
Your tight bends and where it is straped to rafters along with "spyder...
Based on his analysis he has not a clue as to what he is doing .Choose another company and send the salesman packing
Tam4 is not variable speed you need 7/8
Do not do auto reply it ads an extra"l'' in grappler
Not to say that there could not be a miss print in a document review 12 separate Carrier documents for various furnaces and could not find any that match.
12 inches above snow level is from NFPA...
TTY036B100A0 Single stage three ton
Leaving as is will not effect performance
I do believe that by reviewing the fault codes listed by the OP that this is an installation issue, both on the water circuit and the combustion process.
Do you have a document # "bottom right hand side of last page" that specifies these measurements?
He can file a mechanics lien but it still has to go through the legal system. A mechanics lien is no guaranty that he is in the right and you are in the wrong.
Again more specifics on you location...
The problem probably lies with the individual that is working on the equipment. She would have a better chance on winning the lottery than having 4 inducer motors fail due to being defective....
Quite reasonable and as stated caulking works well.
In your scenario, one main filter at the furnace would suffice. What you can do in the floor returns to prevent large particulates from entering the duct is to install a track for the filter to slide...
equals 105,000 BTU
It appears to be a floor supply register and not a return air grill.
The set up you have pictured if indeed it is a return would be quite small and will not work as attempted.
Your analogy does not come close.
Each contractor that entered the OP's home, "or even possibly on the phone" had the opportunity to either give a fair price or walk away.
If the contractors...
Attached to the floor joist is not an issue. You do not want to attach the line set rigidly were noise transmission would be an issue.
That covers a very large area. Check to see if indeed a permit is required in you jurisdiction "the town or county that you live in" to be issued to do the work.
It can still be done it has changed to a third party insurer.
Send him a certified letter requesting him to complete the deficiencies or have another company give you an estimate to complete the job as required.
And again what jurisdiction due you live in?...
It is the cross over rails on the in-shot burners that gets corroded and is a regular occurance with propane fuel. Stainless steel burners should be the replacement choice.
The drip leg would have...
Not necessarily stolen. It is protocol by manufactures "54regcab got it right"to remove the serial # of a unit that has been released from the manufacturer as damaged or replaced under recall.
Does not appear to be adjustable, would be on or near page 68