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  1. #1
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    The importance of strong duct work

    Notice the nice roofing job too.

    Zach

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    Talking

    i'am not a roofer but i can do better than that

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    WTF I'm I looking at??

    Is this for real, or a some goofy HVAC art work from a drunk part time artist?

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    LOL

    So sad to see. It looks like it takes work to make it look like that. Why just not do it right the first time

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    Quote Originally Posted by orion242 View Post
    WTF I'm I looking at??

    Is this for real, or a some goofy HVAC art work from a drunk part time artist?
    No illusions here.
    Zach

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    I don't know why they don't disconnect the crap on the roof. They don't even have power coming into the house.

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    must be make up air

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    what are those things sitting on the blower housing ? looks like some huge ants or somthing

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    It looks like someone made a frame out of 2x4s and put a used fan from ebay in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgohdes View Post
    I don't know why they don't disconnect the crap on the roof. They don't even have power coming into the house.
    There is power, it's hard to see the power drop in the picture.
    Zach

  11. #11
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    Perfect title for this post, could not agree more lol.

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    Confused

    little short on ductwork i guess!!!
    Any job big or small,do it right, or not at all !!!

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    Wow, really surprised to see a swamp cooler in Texas, didnt think they would work that well out there.
    The roof looks like crap, the swamp cooler has no stand or legs, thats a hell of alot of weight when you add water to that cooler.

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