Type: Posts; User: calebj77
Hmmmm regular maintenance you say.
Tell the customer to complete the box and put it out of its misery. Then you can sell him a new unit.
Its a bomb.
Wow what a mess.
No thought involved in this process, I would just tell them to say their goodbye's to their condenser and goodbye to their warranty as well.
Just a another case of people that do not know better.
Well it looks well made at least.
Thats my water heater without the rust.
Maybe check for a plugged evaporator.
The company before was thinking who is going to see the mess we make, we are on a roof after all. Lets do as little as possible to get by.
For your furnace low is the appropriate setting for your 2 ton condenser. You may have issues with the second floor not getting enough air flow though.
Time to retire that thing its 7 years older than me.
Ingenuity at its best.
Don't sweat the petty things and don't pet the sweaty things.
A clean install, but you need to shoot the engineer.
Looks good to me. It will last as long as you need it to most likely.
Lack of care what a surprise. Maybe it will just peel right off.
That coil looks very well worn.
Maybe a tornado will come and take it away.
Makes me smile to see that.
Its a beautiful old beast I love it.
Installed to fail badly.
The birds can get through that. lol
The Definition of Overkill.