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    Bets Anyone - How long until this falls through the roof...

    This is what happens when I take photos of things OTHER than bad A/C installations:
    Arizona. Photographed: http://community.webshots.com/album/563042864aIFjqw

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    LOL now thats a good one!

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    wow.....

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    Can't wait for alittle earth shaking...

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    Whats wrong with that?????? Oh yeah they didnt use pressure treated 2x4 s. Idiots.
    You sure are cocky for a starving pilgrim.

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    It would of cost more for the pressure treated 2X4's to use.

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    Well do you think they Had It Inspected
    If you help others then you are a Success

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    Of all the populated areas in Arizona (based on population, not land area), for R&R HVAC, about half require permits and about half do not. The contractor confused this location with the latter.
    This is what happens when I take photos of things OTHER than bad A/C installations:
    Arizona. Photographed: http://community.webshots.com/album/563042864aIFjqw

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    I'll keep an eye on Google Maps to see what it looks like in a few days.

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    looks like they used the wood from the pallet!pads are not that expensive!

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    Talking

    based on the rate of wood rot about 10 months

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    Quote Originally Posted by actoken View Post
    looks like they used the wood from the pallet!pads are not that expensive!

    You know a pallet would probably work better. free too.... 100% proft!!!

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    Let me guess....

    no inspection sticker was there?

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