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  1. #1
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    Heres how we do it

    We do mostlty commercial and industrial, but here is one of our resi jobs we did at a new house last year. All of our jobs look like this.
    This is a RUUD Achiever 90, modulating furnace....They are nice!
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    why not get the frunace a little higher off the floor, doesn't look like there was a space issue?

    from the pic, is the side of ODU toward gas meter going to be below grade


    all in all looks good
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    Quote Originally Posted by dandyme View Post
    why not get the frunace a little higher off the floor, doesn't look like there was a space issue?

    from the pic, is the side of ODU toward gas meter going to be below grade


    all in all looks good
    No need to get the furnace any higher. Dry basement. Its actually all finished now into a bar with a pool table, tile floors, a bathroom, etc.
    Yard is now landscaped and the cement pad I built is above grade more than it needed to be. The pictures are before the homes was even done.
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    Very nice and clean but where is the PURPLE stuff???
    If you really know how it works, you have an execellent chance of fixin' er up!

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    Love the lineset outside!! Wish I done that on mine.

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    Looks good, the only thing i dont like in that picture is that condensate pump discharge line appears to be going up over the electrical panel. Also don't like seeing the condensate pump discharge being ziptied to that armorflex conduit, as that flex conduit isnt water tight. Otherwise, it looks great!

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    Very good looking work!

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    Nice clean and neat install!

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    Nice work, the vent termination has me confused
    A good HVAC tech knows how, an educated HVAC tech knows why!

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    Quote Originally Posted by heaterman View Post
    Nice work, the vent termination has me confused
    Trane Bayvent kit.....look it up.

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    1" filter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by heaterman View Post
    Nice work, the vent termination has me confused
    These vents are a lot nicer than have two pieces of PVC sticking out of the house (the plumber put the PVC vent for the water heater). They only cost about $25.00.

    ...and yes, 1" filter...never on commercial though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddalberto View Post

    ...and yes, 1" filter...never on commercial though!
    Why on resi but not commercial?




    If you're putting in all new duct anyway why not just throw in a 4" filter rack?
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