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    Summertime shows up quickly....

    June 6th 4:52 p.m.

    it's 98* with 103* index

    68* dew point 77* wb



    Record breaker today...


    only 1 A/C call?



    3 days in a row got 3 more to go with 98*+ days.........so far.




    Lot's of beer food and pool parties this weekend.....feel sorry for the fellow on call.
    Last edited by BigJon3475; 06-06-2008 at 05:01 PM.

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    Everyone has passed out from the heat....they will call when they wake up....
    97* here in North Atlanta....too hot...too soon...

    Joe

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    snow flurries in Houston.
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    Come to find out it hit 99*

    in june?

    darn cow poots...

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    Don't worry. Come monday, there will be plenty of calls for you.
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    Question

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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    Don't worry. Come monday, there will be plenty of calls for you.
    From Mon. to Mon.

    If nothing else I am playing with some systems at their limits with this heat wave crap.....96* today....suppose to be 92*.......that's like a week straight now. I have two places in particular that are at their absolute limit and when it's 92 the inside raises 1 degree for every degree increase outside if they want it at 70*.


    I have 1 Question. I know mass has a big effect. How big? These folks have about 2/3 of their home packed with mass (when I say mass I'm thinking dense woods, bedding material, carpets, huge couches, large flate screen TV.) With that question I'm leaning towards asking how long does it take to heat up? I've tried thinking in terms of specifics heats and what not but I don't have the exp. to just call it like it is.


    Nice places. 3rd floors, direct sunlight all day, 1400 sqft., 84' construction, 1 1/2 ton units.

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