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  1. #1
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    Retrofit- gas, warm air conversion from boiler

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    All my work.

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    I'm still mad at my boss for not letting me paint the board.

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    looks good. is it zoned?

    whats your static with zones opened and closed?

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    Is that copper for the gas line?
    Job looks good by the way.


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    Looks good, is that the bubble wrap insulation, if so is it easy to work with? Been wanting to try it but it's pricey and the spacers seem like they would be a hassle

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    Yes, it's the bubble wrap, they sell rolls of 2 inch tape bubble for spacers. I don't use pre-fab though all of my duct is custom made per job, and when I make
    my order I can choose how I want it wrapped. I do occasionally take wrap jobs though and the bubble is super easy to work with.

    Gas line is pro-press g and super nice to work with. Inspector loved it. Just has to be marked.

    Static was at .44, unit ran great though.

    Also not really in love with the navien.

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