View Poll Results: when will we get to 4,000 posts?

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  1. #7814
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    Hello everyone, just got off work had to replace some blower bearings in a Data air unit for a clean room. If the FDA followed clean room guidlines we would never worry about the food we eat again. Hope you all have a good weekend.

  2. #7815
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    Quote Originally Posted by james80031 View Post
    It was an amazingly hot winter followed by the coolest, wettest summer since air conditioning has been invented. NOT GOOD FOR SALES. I know at least 1 supply house that needs a good fall/winter or they are closing.
    It's been crazy on the commercial side of things. If your interested in going back into commercial work we should get together and talk one of these days.

  3. #7816
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    Hi Tiger

    Hows your Grandfather
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  4. #7817
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    He's doing ok thanks, I forget the exact type of cancer he has but it has to do with his bone marrow so he isn't in any pain and he can stay at home and atleast he woun't have to go through all the pain and suffering you and so many others have had to go through with this horrable thing we call cancer.

  5. #7818
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    How long are they giving him?
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  6. #7819
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    1 to 5 years but knowbody really knows for sure.

  7. #7820
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    He's passing on treatment?
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  8. #7821
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger93rsl View Post
    It's been crazy on the commercial side of things. If your interested in going back into commercial work we should get together and talk one of these days.
    I agree. I've been busy. All that heat from lighting in retail makes even cool days HOT inside a store. No shortage of calls!
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  9. #7822
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    I agree. I've been busy. All that heat from lighting in retail makes even cool days HOT inside a store. No shortage of calls!
    My brother updated his lighting in his warehouse last year from T12's to T8's and his electrical bill has gone down $500 a month!!

  10. #7823
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger93rsl View Post
    It's been crazy on the commercial side of things. If your interested in going back into commercial work we should get together and talk one of these days.
    Gimme a call.

  11. #7824
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    Quote Originally Posted by james80031 View Post
    My brother updated his lighting in his warehouse last year from T12's to T8's and his electrical bill has gone down $500 a month!!
    There are many ways to save money off the bills, as long as the investment is not so large to cancel out the benefits.

    About 80% of heat in retail comes from lighting, especially those teenage, "edgy" stores that use high intensity halogen mini-spots.
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  12. #7825
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    Night all feel rough
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  13. #7826
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    There are many ways to save money off the bills, as long as the investment is not so large to cancel out the benefits.

    About 80% of heat in retail comes from lighting, especially those teenage, "edgy" stores that use high intensity halogen mini-spots.
    His was the old T12's with F32 lamps. Each lamp and ballast was like having an electric heater running. The heat gain was incredible. Even an hour after you turn off the lights the ballasts were pretty warm. The new T8 lamps are brighter and yet cold to the touch and the ballasts are electronic, so they are so cool, you have to open up each trougher to see if there is a ballast in there. I got him lights and ballasts at cost and had one of my buddies install them, so he got a $16,000 retrofit for $1400. Guess its one of the few times he was happy to have me as a brother. It has paid for itself 5 times over in the last year.

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