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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.
    Last edited by EugeneTheJeep; 08-08-2009 at 08:13 AM.

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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.
    “whenever an air conditioner starts up, it is very inefficient. Once you have it running, you want it to keep it running as long as you can.”
    John Proctor

    "Christ is the Son of God Who died for the redemption of sinners and was resurrected after three days. This is the greatest truth in the universe. I die because of my belief in Christ."
    Watchman Nee



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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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