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  1. #1
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    Some of our recent work

    This is a job we did a couple of years ago at a small super market, time is taking a toll on some of the armourflex.
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    And here is our latest job. And I give honorable mention to Marc (my employee), for helping my with this project.
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    Nice workmanship!

    On the roof, get rid of that Carrier, making the "neighborhood" look shabby!

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    nice art work

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    Very nice. Good work
    Any job big or small,do it right, or not at all !!!

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    nice looking work- like the piping

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    Thanks Guys, I dont like to be associated with crappy workmanship.
    1st job: The old Carrier is actually dead, at least we did not use it for the project, but the store does have 3 10 ton Lennox L series and 2 more 10 ton old Carriers. We ran oval spiral inside of the store utilizing the existing RTU's that were previously used in CVS.

    2nd job:
    BTW, we did not do the domestic water piping to the Mueller tanks, that was done in house by the Bruderhoff community, and I must say they are a great bunch of mechanics and engineers. The most recent job was completed with Bohn Micro Channel units, Mueller Fre-Heat heat reclamation and all evap motors were ECM, was a nice job with cost not being the first consideration.

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    get the roofers to get the water off the roof

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    Very nice work

    I am so happy when I can see work done by someone who really cares about their work and what it looks like. I get so tired of having to complain (or hear others complain) about someone else's workmanship.

    That is a real professional job (both of them) and you should be proud. Only wish there were more like you out there.

    Keep up your high standards!

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    Great looking job 2001.
    You sure are cocky for a starving pilgrim.

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    Armaflex

    A great display of well thought out work and execution by master mechanics. We have to paint our armaflex here in Az or it won't last more than 3 years.
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    "keeping condensing pressures low and evaporator pressures high"
    "Some customers are more interested in comfort than energy savings"
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    Talking

    great looking good ......

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    Nice looking job,like the use of the tee drill and victaulic fittings for the DHW.
    I love overtime I just hate working for it.

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