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    Thanks Maxster.

    Thanks Maxster.
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    Seeking employment in NJ/NYC area

    I'm currently looking for work in the central/north Jersey, NYC area. I have several years experience in res/com install, have lead crews and have also done some res service. A company that wants to...
  3. Thread: Which way do I go?

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    5 years is about the time you can really start to...

    5 years is about the time you can really start to make good money and better opportunities become available. It's the point where all that hard work starts to really pay off.

    It's more than...
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    I install Tranes almost exclusively, but the top...

    I install Tranes almost exclusively, but the top end carriers I've done have impressed me. Most especially noise-wise. The Carrier 410 systems are very nice and I would prefer one myself over a Trane...
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    You should move either the return or the shelf....

    You should move either the return or the shelf. 2-6" isn't going to be enough.
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    Yup. Riddle doesn't work that well when it's...

    Yup. Riddle doesn't work that well when it's typed out though. Then again, I suck at re-telling jokes and riddles I've heard too!
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    Originally posted by billva [B]...

    [QUOTE]Originally posted by billva
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    30-5+2=27

    27/3=9

    [Edited by mjr on 03-29-2005 at 09:47 PM]
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    Trane has been pretty good with advancing...

    Trane has been pretty good with advancing efficiency designs than most other companies, at least on the top end scale. The spine fin design has caused a lot of durability issues and even at one point...
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    80% is full running mode, which means the blower...

    80% is full running mode, which means the blower is ramped up to top speed. The VS air handlers never ramp up to 100%.
    The blower never starts off from the get go at 80% anyway. They ramp up blower...
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    Just last week I attended a Trane seminar on this...

    Just last week I attended a Trane seminar on this topic.
    They couldn't say enough bad about over-sizing their equipment.

    But basically, the 3 ton heat pump will short cycle because of the...
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    I think the answer sort of depends on how you're...

    I think the answer sort of depends on how you're boss gets the majority of his business.

    My company gets a lot of our work by word of mouth, so the importance of quality is a big deal aside from...
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    There are a few things you can do to cut down on...

    There are a few things you can do to cut down on time without taking a hit in quality.

    One thing I found is a big waste of time is a bunch of trips to the truck for little things. 2 or 3 minutes...
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    It's not a 19 SEER anymore!

    It's not a 19 SEER anymore!
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    Haven't really seen termite damage to insulation...

    Haven't really seen termite damage to insulation either in the walls or on the duct system in my experience. Rats are a chronic problem though, especially to flex duct. They love to peal back the...
  15. Thread: Attic air handler

    by mjr
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    Have your service company come out for a yearly...

    Have your service company come out for a yearly maintenance if it's due. Part of this proceedure should be a check up for loose wire connections throughout the system.
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    A good installation is a given. Aside from that...

    A good installation is a given. Aside from that what would be more of a consideration between brands would be a comparison of models. Each brand has it's range of quality vs. price, 22 vs. 410a, seer...
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    It would also be helpful to know how much sun...

    It would also be helpful to know how much sun exposure were talking about here (size of windows), whether you use drapes or not, ect.

    We've had one customer with the very same complaint, but the...
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    And we still don't know exactly when or where...

    And we still don't know exactly when or where it's coming from!

    One problem last year was that one of the Hurricanes were expected to hit the Tampa beaches/bay directly. They advised people to...
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    Let me tell you something about Florida that no...

    Let me tell you something about Florida that no one told me: the cost of living isn't all that much lower here, and I am certainly not the only one who thinks so.

    I was living up in Boston, one...
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    I am interested in relocating from FL to the...

    I am interested in relocating from FL to the Ozark region in N. Arkasas/S. Missouri by next spring (April). I'd like to buy rural land (raw/vacant) out that way, which is why I'm interested in...
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    Do it all. What you have to understand that it is...

    Do it all. What you have to understand that it is not the certificate that will land you a job. I'm not aiming this at you, but a lot of unexperienced people comming out of tech schools think the...
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    Joined Army 96. Ft. Benning, Ga. AA, option...

    Joined Army 96. Ft. Benning, Ga. AA, option Ranger
    "House of Pain", wasn't a joke. Crippled my feet, discharged hon., and took a year to walk normal again.....BUT AT LEAST I TRIED.
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    Do you drive?

    Do you drive?
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    Larry needs a pompous ass-kickin. :)

    Larry needs a pompous ass-kickin. :)
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    It's reinforced pipe built to withstand...

    It's reinforced pipe built to withstand earthquakes.... How, exactly, are the deer drinking from it?
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