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this is through wood, not drywall.
except two of the places I've been to so far didnt have any idea so I didnt even know if such a thing existed.
I'm cleaning up some carpentry my bankrupt furnace installer did two years ago.
What are you folks using to finish off 4" PVC pipes through walls/ceilings? Any PVC pipe escutcheons?
Sounds like a thread that should be in General Discussion. Since its not HVAC...
"The best units for 240/120V service have 6 modes of protection. Any whole-home surge protector should comply with...
certainly hope you have waivers for filming on private property.
I've never read any objective on a resume that made me want to call the applicant for an interview.
The resume is what gets you the interview if you are cold calling. Your resume has to make you...
Just about any resume service should tell you that potential employers are much more interested in what you contributed to the companies you worked for rather than your goals or work history.
Sears and KMart are now the same company. 'nuff said.
get a dishwasher tailpiece and drain it into a sink trap.
well, at least with the condensate pump there would have been a check valve.
doesnt prevent gas issues but at least prevents backflow.
if you are really considering "working for free" for a company I'd advise you seek the advice of an employment law attorney for your state. There could be major implications and liabilities that...
I wonder if it was even legal there to drain to the sewer. Wonder if it met code or passed inspection.
Can you say air gap?
Sorry, but that is just part of the business, any business that involves sales. The stereo sales guy at the local store can spend a few hours walking a potential customer through what an ideal...
I cant agree with that. I've seen too many long established (decades+) companies that do just as bad work as a "new" company.
Unfortunately, this is one drawback to the new rules imposed on this site. There are so many things that a homeowner can suggest about installs, but our tongues are tied in the AOP forums.
hmm, I'd be careful about doing any work to anything they installed -- its a good way for them to claim you voided their warranty.
I had some "pros" (and listed on the mfg's website) installing a 90% furnace. They cut two 4" holes for 3" PVC in my 8" rim joists, which goes against all standard guidelines (no more than 33%). ...
unfortunately, at least in my experience, this industry suffers from more than a "one bad apple" situation. Seems like at least half of the apples are bad.
I smell a lawyer
If it were my house, I'd go with a reputable roofing company to at least come out and see what's going on. Get a couple estimates if you...
Newnan huh. Progressive by any chance?
I think modulating usually means more comfortable, not necessarily less expensive.
I have an RGJF with the TST550 series thermostat.
Any followup to...
drained to crawlspace, yuk, bad move.
Have you considered installing some kind of sump then pumping it out?
Have you talked to a plumber? Does code allow you to drain the condensate to your...
Is the installing company not answering your questions satisfactorily?
unfortunately, this is where homeowner's advice (non pro * member) could be beneficial, but the rules dont allow it.