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  1. #1
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    Goodman Horizontal

    90+ Gas furnace with 4 ton 13 seer ac
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    90+ Goodman

    Gas furnace

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    Looks good.


    You should close the door on the lift though. It's there for a reason...lol.
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    i would say put a filter at the return duct instead of in the furnace, would make it easier to change with a ladder. but i can't really tell how high up it is.

    looks very clean and a joy to work on (does the lift come with it) lol

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    I did install a 2' of and and grille. Thank you. The person we were working for was very picky.

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    this is why i have a 30 foot step ladder on my truck..dont mean to be a dik..sell a unit thats for the space and make it serviceable..theres other options out there than a furnace horizontally mounted 25 feet in the air..work looks good though

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    Work looks good. Curious how big the spiral coming off the supply side is?

    By the way, where in MD are you? I'm in Montgomery County.

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    Neat job. I like how your all-thread supports go past the unit. Too many around here installed that way, where the supports only go between two purlin supports, making it a headache to ever remove the blower, etc. Also, nice square-to-round. Those are a ***** to make, for me anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lash View Post
    Looks good.


    You should close the door on the lift though. It's there for a reason...lol.
    They require fall protection when using lifts at my workplace. I'm not sure if OSHA requires that however or just our safety dept.

    Looks really good otherwise. I wish more than 1 or 2 of the controactors in my areas was capable of that doing a nice install like that.

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    Im from Baltimore and the trunk is 16". This job was for Paramount Die near Aberdeen. Off 0f 543 Near the Mercedes building

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