Daikin has been in the market for years, special thanks to them! I've been installing them as a contractor for years now.
keepthelove rollin' ! -Bro .
Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech
you can study to show yourself approved.... then try again.
Originally Posted by mark beiser
a) you don't have a word on KLIMAIRE, eh? And their flair fitting are just fine for the first 3 I have seen popped in place by the consumer.
b) TFE plumbers pipe dope is OK ? or just admitting never tried over lock-leak-stoppersused for refrigeration flairs, as it properly has beentaught how.
c) A large OEM switched tech services to using some TFE pipe sealers very thinly and neatly, for flexibility and seal and it works...
I do not understand what you do not understand until the generalizing becomes specific.
gt1980...that was a great post the other one has too much to read haha...i dont have the attention span for that..i like it short and sweet but that just me
How do they heat hot water instantly? I ask customers before they close onany heatpump, have they weighed the need for HW, Cooling , possible 100% heat recovery in from Cooling, and Heating, and any desire for some radiant off-shoot, too?
Originally Posted by Americankings
Then we price out a couple Heat-Recovery GTHP options, tax credits , and I usually share what is needed for a lowest first cost and more savings over airsource, as well as aesthetics- I can 'play' on.
I've had many experiences with Daikin in the past, they are very standard and normal air conditioner units for the price they go at. You should take a look at other brands that are affordable but come with high specs. Stay away from companies that are not North American, they can be made in china but make sure it's a North American company that has been in the business for years so you don't have a part problem in the future.
Example: Mr. Slim, Senville, Goodman
another reason we need a mini split sub-forum
I still think Mitsubishi rocks
Originally Posted by fredbear
and but dealers can still assist for the $/efficiency with less expensive Klimaire and Fujitsu, as some engr spec'd just do not want consumers best buys to include Mitsu...
I think too:
the Mini forum must include the consoles and small horizontals with 2 or 4 runs, etc
for HW heating to be all inclusive in est buys... if one uses HWater that can be heated from a/c systems and heat pumps, etc.
b/c the HW systems are a part of the tax crediting for qualified buyers