RE: "Pics of install - let the comments fly" thread.
The city inspector came by today to look at my heat pump/furnace install. He said the exhaust vent pipe is to close to a window and he would talk to the install company about it. Currently the air intake is in the garage. He then said that if they brought the air inlet pipe out beside the exhaust vent, then the vent could be much closer to the window. Is that true? What the heck does having the air intake come out of the wall near the vent have anything to do with how close the vent can be to the window? Im not sure, but I think he said it could it could then be within 12 inches of the window.
Assuming he was correct, and they bring the air inlet out the wall, how close can the air inlet pipe and the vent pipe be to each other?
Oh, he wasnt going to say anything about the disconnect being right behind the heat pump. But I asked him about it and he said he would have to check with an electrical inspector. You would think an HVAC inspector would know to look for something like that.