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  1. #1
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    Efficiency Heating and Cooling recent work

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    This is my first time trying to upload photos.

    Anyways these are some pictures from some recent install jobs that my company has done.

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    Woops looks like one of the pictures is sideways.

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    These are all 2 stage variable speed furnaces. That's what we are selling probably 75% of the time. Let me know what you think about the American Standard/Trane 2 stage variable speed furnaces. Anyone having any issues with them. I wouldn't know as we just became an American Standard dealer maybe 6 months ago.

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    Sure a good tin man at that company!

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    Thanks it takes more time but I think it pays off when you have good airflow and reduced noise in the system. Plus it looks good!

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    looks good, nice and neat. I have been installing American standard for 5 years now and have had very few problems. Off the top of my head I think we have had to replace 1 draft induce motor(making noise but still working) 1 vacuum switch, and 2 variable speed heads, ( I think they were zapped with a power surge). That's good considering how many we installed.

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    Nice job.


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    very well done.......
    it was working.... played with it.... now its broke.... whats the going hourly rate for HVAC repair

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    Nice job.

  10. #10
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    Nice looking work, y'all are so lucky you don't have to smother mastic all over everything and wrap it with R8. I hate having to cover up my metal work.
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    We do mastic and R-8 when its an unconditioned space. It adds a lot of cost to the job when all the competition just wraps with R-4.2.

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    Where do you find all those nice clean cellars to work in? I usually get the dragon poo filled dungeons.

    Awesome work, though.
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