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  1. #1
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    Some before and after pics and few just afters.

    Here some some before and afters let me know what you think please.
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    Looks good.

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    Nice metal work. Looks good.

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    metal looks good.

    tell your boss dave the next time i see him i will proclaim him KING OF ALL AIRE-FLO! haha

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    Haha if they want low gotta get the. aire-flo!! And also I can't take all the credit for the tin Dave (my boss) is a dam good trainer

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    Metal work looks beautiful.

    Are some of those furnaces sitting ontop of 3" pvc?
    "Better tell the sandman to stay away, because we're gonna be workin on this one all night."

    "Dude, you need more than 2 wires to a condenser to run a 2 stage heatpump."

    "Just get it done son."

    Dad adjusted

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    Thanks my boss my makes great tin trained me well. And yes we set a majority of our furnaces on 3" PVC.

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    Lots of nice leftover garage furnaces!

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    Good to see someone use metal and do the job right. Nice to see a base under the bigger units to pull air from the bottom and side. Not a fan of the PVC legs but it works and doesn't look too bad!

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    Heh. Carrier SX. Good riddance to that.

    Nice installs. I could never do one that well...which is why I'm service

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    Grow to love the installations good way to show off the cosmetic side of the company. We just use the PVC cause its easy and how easy would all change outs be if u just had to unscrew transition and knock out PVC legs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhunter97 View Post
    Thanks my boss my makes great tin trained me well. And yes we set a majority of our furnaces on 3" PVC.
    That is the best thing to do to make the cabinet last, instead of setting it on concrete that is full of moisture. Have you ever thought of using 3" MIP x slip and a 3" FIP x slip and screw them together? This way you can make fine tune adjustments to get the right height of each leg. One can level up unit on uneven surfaces and even pitch furnace forward as required now days to better remove fau condensate from a Lennox furnace. We also set outdoor units on stand off's if the unit does not have them. They will last longer too.

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    When you kick out the fau standoffs for a changeout lay a couple of 3/4" PVC sections under it and you will be surprised at how easy it is to roll out the furnace.

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