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  1. #1
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    2 stage heat pump and furnace, garage radiant floor and make-up air

    Finished this job just before Christmas, excellent contractor, excellent supervisor, excellent clients.

    XP16


    G61MP. Bottom right is a steamer unit for the downstairs walk-in shower.




    Re-Circ pump is on a timer.


    Went to the 4 zone in case they wanted us to zone off the basement later.


    Domestic water to the left, radiant goes to the garage floor. Wish I could show the cars, but they are the owners baby's so I must respect his privacy.


    1200 cfm kitchen fan with remote fan upstairs, here is the make-up air in the crawl. I like how Scott thinks about the future tech who has to service it.
    We also did the plumbing in the house, all cast and copper




    Here is Sparky wiring up the garage fan we installed, it is activated by a CO detector. You car nuts would die for the side by side lifts. 2 cars up, 2 cars under.
    Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

  2. #2
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    Beautiful, nice attention to detail.

  3. #3
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    As usual your work looks great. Nice install.

    Smallest of complaints, felt pen is fine for the crawl but a label maker would really finish off the contol panel in the mech. room nicely.

  4. #4
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    Writing on the control panel

    Good point.
    We have a labelmaker too. I better get it to Scott before he writes on the one he's hooking up today.
    Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

  5. #5
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    Nice work.

    How many tons is the XP16? I assume they're pretty quiet units?

  6. #6
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    very nice!

  7. #7
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    XP16-060. Pretty quiet for a 5 ton.
    Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

  8. #8
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    Nice job on everything!

    Only thing I noticed, no intake vent for the furnace... I am sure the house is new, and is pretty tight.

  9. #9
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    Good eye.

    Originally, it was going to be a true direct vent, but the chase going up two floors had the furnace exhaust, water heater exhaust, two bathroom exhausts, and the kitchen fan exhaust (12"). Simply ran out of room.
    There is a spill grill on the underside of the duct just above the coil, fresh air is brought into the return duct about 20' upstream. We wanted to bring fresh air into the mechanical room anyways so this is working quite nicely.
    Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

  10. #10
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    looks good even with the Delhi Green

  11. #11
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    Hats off to you collin, the whole job looks great, it's nice to see someone who knows how important duct sizing is and if I'm not mistaken I think I even see turning vanes in there. Your pride shows keep it up.
    Remember, some poor fool has to work on what you install someday, and it might even be you.

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    water heater straps supposed to be for seismic?

    I remember you guys always had to fuse the thermostat circuit too

  13. #13
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    Yup, seismic is a code issue, hence the straps. Good call on the Delhi.

    Yorkguy, thanks for the kind words. Ken, who does my sheet metal is VERY quality oriented. You are correct in seeing the turning vanes in the return boot. I do have pride in our work, but that is directly reflected upon the guys who bring all the work together. THEY are the ones who make me look good.
    Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

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