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    rough-in and trim-out checklist

    I am trying to make a rough-in and a trim-out checklist. I want to have something for all of our installation crews to have so that when they install a job they must check off all the items on the list so I know what has or has not been completed. I did not know if someone had a list already made up before I tried to make one from scratch. Any help or ideas would be great.

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    expensive crimpers left up in truss - put back in toolbox
    forgotten dropcords - roll them up back in truck
    bologna rings strewn on floor- put in trash
    beer cans - hide
    2" of mud on work truck from 4 wheeling - goto carwash

    I think thats about it....anything else im forgetting?

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    Yeah.."Collect Check".

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    checklist

    Take the plastic off the Air bear filter,take the cardboard out of the condensate pump,make sure no paw prints,blood,ect. around t-stat or regesters.double check hangers,all joints(duct joints boys)and make sure you do that last walk through (even if you do have to go all the way back up into the attic)Thats just the tip of the iceburg depending on how independent your help is.Good luck!

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    make sure you clean up the "roaches"!

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    Check all return panning. We have plumbing and electrical subs who pull down panning for access and leave it where it lies. We never mess with their stuff!!

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    East Grand Forks, MN
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    maybe you shouldn't pan!

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