Type: Posts; User: AirCareTech
"Hole"y crap! that's pretty friggin' awesome.
That is a beautiful thing.
no runs off the end cap. Move 'em to the side. keep the barometric damper you have, it just needs to be properly adjusted.
dude, nice job!
Hate to be rude, but thats not an impressive install. it's just run of the mill.
ask him if he could get his hands on a Rheem. Goodman is ok'ish but it is the bottom. Rheem builder's grade would be just slightly more and they make good, dependable equipment.
I think you should trust Contractor A. I just did some quick "field calculations" and I came up with the house needing almost 6 tons. There are all kinds of things that go into figuring the load....
The Duct wrap is called Reflectix. You have to cut 1" strips, attach them to the duct with metal tape, and then wrap it up. Using the spacers will give you an R-factor of 6.0.
Not bad and no...
nope, they call me
I need a ladder
Wow, that's sweet.
I almost got to install one of these systems, but the customer decided to go a different way. We still did the job, but I really wanted to do the duct sock.
On the outdoor unit: there is 20" of clearance behind the unit to work on it. The dryer vent was installed by the home owner himself after my equipment was in place.
On the indoor unit: the very...
here's some of my stuff. The Aspenaire hydronic air handler wasnt quite finished at the time. The American Standard system was. This baby is set up with an EWC Zoning Package. You cant see it, but...
Looks to me like your quote says it all about you.
What's your other motto? - " Good enough, can't see it from my house!"
Ill get some of my stuff up and then well talk.
So, did you post this on the "wall of shame" because it took you three hours to do a 30 minute job?
So when are you going to finish it?
Why go 80% of the way to doing a good job?
The ref. lines could be straighter. The low voltage lines should be secured. The cabinet should NOT have scorch marks...
Find another contractor and a lawyer.
Don't be afraid to let a bit of your anger and frustration show.
You've been way too patient.
It's a service call. The tech is there to check out the entire system, not just the condenser. He shouldn't be charging you extra to check the air handler. You need a new tech.
The air is being sucked from all the returns.
Listen, I install tons of these hydronic air handler/radiant floor systems. they are great. The floor is set for 70 or so and the air handler only kicks on when the floor cant maintain the set temp....